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BY SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & COMPANY, 

(Formerly Adams, Sampson, & Co.) 

lESHKRS OF THE BOSTON DIRECTORY, NKW-KNGLAND BUSI3ESS DIRECTORY, ~f /jj 
NEW-YORK STATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY, ETC. JO | ] 

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Calking Cotton. 
Morss A. S. 210 Commercial 
Caloric Engines. 
TRIPP A. W. 137 South (see page 
664) 

Camera Box Manul'icr,u.rers. 
ROBERTS BROS. 6 Franklin aye. j 
(see page 806) 

Cane and Willow Furniture. | 

PARTEIErMlTLLER F. 4 Lowell pi. 
(see page 669) 

Cap Makers. 
Burke C. 1? Winter (ladies') 
Gould G. F. 14 Friend 
Gould Ivory, 8 Summer 
Hollander J. L. 170 Washington 
Kuhlman Henry, 233 Com'l (Russia) 
Louis & Cohen, 42 Summer 
Myers & Knapp, 32 Milk 
Strecker Bros. 144 Hanover 
Taylor G. M. 286 Wash, (military) 
Wolff Win. 56 Federal 

Cap Trimmings. {Patent Leather.) 
Turner George, 95 h Washington 

Capstans. {Power and Common.) 

Spauldmg & Coffin, 88 Lincoln 
Stone H. N. 132 Commercial 

Car Seat Manufactory. 

BOSTON & MAINE FOUNDRY 
CO. 139 Friend (see trout colored I 
page) 

Car Springs. 
Boston Car Spring Co. Geo. Dunbar, 

& Co., agent.-. 6 Federal 
New England Car Spring Co, Stephen J 

Cr. Deblok, agent, 9 Doane 
UNION CAR SPRING CO. F. J. j 

Caihoun, agent, 27 Doane 

Card Manuf. 
Perkins E. L., Vale 

Cards. 

Berry & Bouve, 12 West 
DEARBORN N. S. 24 School (see 

page 665) 
STORRS AMARIAH & CO. 54 and 

56 Cornhill (see page 691) 

Carpenters and Builders. 
Adams J. E. 3 1 Bowker 
Adams William D. 163 Dudley 
Alexander B. D. 85 Hudson 
Alien M. M. 756 Tremont 
Allen John A. 270 Third 
ARMSTRONG GEORGE, 4 



Bacon J. F. 29 Fulton 
Bail Wni. V., Athens, c. F 
BAILEY & EIILDRETH, 274 Broad 

(see pa;.-e. 684) 
Bailey H., Orleans, n. Sumner 
Bailey P., Bremen, n. Maverick 
BAKER M. L. 96 Brookliae, (see 

page 826) 
BalchF., Webster avenue 
Bancroft D. C. G:i Merrimac 
Barker C. & G. 26 Beverly 
Barker J. F. 75 W. Dedham 
Barker J. H. 52 Charles 
Barlow L. E. & Bros. r. 92 Broad way 
Barnes Curtis, 182 Portland 
Barnes & Barker, 168 Blackstone 
Bartlett E. L. 12 Hawley 
Barton & Bartlett, Go Wareham 
Bates & Emerson, 64 Broad 
Battison Wm. 44 Albany 
Beal J II. 230 Congress 
Bean Ivory, 676 Tremont 
Bell James A. 40 Batterymarch 
Bennett S. P. Chestnut, n. Charles 
Berry David A., O., near Fourth 
Berry J. C, London, n. Meridian 
Bixby M. M. 672 Washington 
Blackbird George & Co. 14 North 

Centre 
Blodgett C, H. 138 Dudley 
Blood Wm. G. 17 Morton place 
Bodweil C.H. 27 Kingston 
Boles George W. 110 Portland 



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Botume & Nixon, 22 State 
Bourn & Leavitt, 10 Lime 
Bowers A. 187 Portland 
Bowker Edmund, 50 Charlestown 
Bowker George W., New Albany, n. 

Canton 
Boyd & Leslie, Chapman, cor. Albion 
Boy u eon J. W. 41 pause way 
Braekelt Henry L. 37 Haverhill 
Bradford Thomas, 455 Tremont 
Brock S. O. 8 Oliver 
Brown E. F. 87 Brookline 
Brown E. P. 94 W. Cedar 
BROWN TRUE, 19 Wareham (see 

page 803) 
Bunten R. 117 Merrimac 
Burgess L. M. & Bro. 41 Causeway 
Burr Theop. 17 Blossom 
Burt L., Eustis, opp. Magazine 
Came Joseph F. 34 Chester Park 
Campbell J. F. 89 Brbokliue 
Carney John J. 337 Fourth 
Carpenter Wm. 33 S. Cedar 
Carter John D. 140 First 
Chamberliu & Marston, 403 Broad 
Chapman & Davison, 1S5 Hanover 



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Chase Samuel, 119 Ruegles 
Chase Sam'l S. 119 Ruggles 
tpiare (jobbing, see page | Chase S. A. 80 Northampton 
j Chase S. Y. 168 Liverpool 



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Cheney Artemas F. 808 Albany 
Cleaves S. L , Bonier, opp. Lexing- 
ton 
Clifford W. 117 Congress 
Clifford & Chapman, 422 Harrison av. 
Coffin U. H. 442 Harrison avenue 
Culeord B. F. 43 4 Tremont 
Conant Fred. P. 75 \V. Dedham 
Cookson Joseph W. 22 State. 
Cooper Edward, 90 Federal 
Cotton LTftis E. 33 Province 
Cowin It. S. 342 Commercial 
Cox George D., 27 Guild row 
Crimp J. E. rear 1834 Washington 
Cummings 6c Carlisle, 146 Tyler 
Cunningham G. H., Bolton, n. Dorch. 
Currier G. 22 State 
Curtis Hiram, 22 State 
Damon Calvin, 32 Tyler 
Damon C. Alphonso, 32 Tyler 
Damon Davis, 176 Border, E. B. 
Damon Henry, 91 Brookline 
Damrell J. S." & Co. 2 N. Russell 
Danforth T. S. 75 Ruggles 
D'Arcy James, r. 1 7 Bennington 
Daunt" T. K. 278 Federal 
Davies Dan'l & Son, 154 Mt. Vernon 
Davis T. F. & Bros. 412 Tremont 
Davis & Tarbox.*76 Charlesfown 
Dean & Pyne. 1769 Washington 
Dearborn J. B. & Co. 22 Hawlev 
Delue & Trait on, 8 Oliver 
Ditson If. 28 Hawley 
Dobson J. 24 Hawley 
Donnell II. D. 186 Broad 
Dcwling Mark, 27 Kingston, and 4 

Bumstead court 
Drake W. G. 90 Federal 
Draper & Vaughn, 22 State. 
Dunbar Luther W. 271 Charles 
Dunlu-aek & Turner, 66 Medford 
Dupee Charles, 32 Lancaster 
Easterbrook Isaac, 7 Biver 
Elder Geo. G. Gurvc, c. Albany 
Ellis T. 58 W. Castle 
Ellison G. G. 127 Merrimac 
Emerson Charles P. 434 Tremont 
Emerson Jacob, Fourth, bet. I and K 
Emery A. J. 75 Dedham 
Estes James H. 59 South Margin 
Farrington John F. 462 Harrison ave. 
Fifieid O. 163 Dudley 
Fitch Jonas, 383 Federal 
Fitzgerald S. 50 Clarendon 
Flanders B. II. 84 Albany 
Folsom A. W. 17 King 
Folsom James A. 17 King 
Ford Daniel B. 73 West Dedham 
Frame 6c Jordan, Border, opp. Lex- 
ington, E. B. 
Fretman Albert, 113 Merrimac 
Frizell Charles, 44 Albany 
Frost J. M. 2 Bread 
Frost Wm. 15. 2 Bread 

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I Fuller L. L. 8 Congress square 
j Gage Wm. B. 33 Hamburg 
J Gallagher John, Artisan Block, East 
Union Park 
Garliek II. L. 1724 Washington 
I Gerrish & Simpson, 84 Chardoo 
I G'nTord M. S. 205 Portland 
Gilbert John, Dearborn, n. Eustia 
Gillespie John W., E. Union Park 

Gilmore 31 Way 

Goodwin A. E. & Co. 5 Creek sq. 
Gould D. F. 123 Congress 
I Grant I). 6*6 Harrison avenue 
j Greenleaf J. W. 390 Tremont 
! Hadlock 6c Bruce, 129 Congress 
Haines J. F. & Co. 165 Sumner 
Hanning J. 2 Mechanics Block, Wal- 

tham 
Hanson A. 84 Hudson 
Hart Nathaniel O. 75 Wareham 
Harvey A. F. 52 Charles 
Haskell T. F. rear 64 Joy 
Haslet George, Chapman, cor. Albion 
Hastings A. W. 142 Friend 
Hatch & Eastman, 13 Norfolk 
Hathaway A. loot of River 
; Hathaway II. F., B, cor. Third 
Hawkes Benj. 434 Harrison ave. 
Hazlett N. 37 Fleet 
Heath Dana, 150 Charlestown 
Hendriek J. AV. & Co. 117 Merrimac 
Hill Jacob J. Chapman, cor. Albion 
Hine E. B. 2 Creek square 
Hobart Peter. Jr. 15 Harvard place 
Holbrook &: Harlow, 226 Third, cor E 
Holden Henry A. 4G8 Tremont 
Holmes Chester D. 7 Creek square 
Horton G. W. 113 Merrimac 
Howard C. C. 75 AV. Dedham 
Huggins Chester H. 614 Harrison av. 
I Hunkins J. B. 152 Dover 
i Hunt Wm. 500 Harrison avenue 
j James Wm. 98 Richmond 
I Jenkins Henry, 474 Tremont 
1 Johnson A. 47 Zeigler 
j Jordan II. S. 32 Sudbury 
I Joyce Alonzo, 40 Batterymarch 
I Kennedy W. F. 7 Camden place 
j Kenny & Calder, Border, n. Decatur 
I Kent Abel, 123 Congress 
I Kent B. B. 308 Commercial 
j Keyes T. 42 Broadway 
; Kibbler 8c DeLue, 54 Devonshire 
! King Augustus, 614 Harrison ave. 
i Knowlton E. A. 94 West Cedar 
I Laming & Drisko, 418 Harrison ave. 
j Landers E. C. 19 E. Dedham 
] Lang S. 39 Richmond 
I Leroy Charles. Centre, near Day 
1 Lehman J. C. A. 20 Carver 
| Leuchars R. B. 131 Appleton 
! Lewis Asa, 6 7 Chapman [chester 

Lewis Woodburv L. federal n. Dor- 
I Libby Arthur, 120 Tyler 

INS, CO. of Springfield, Mass. Boa- 
JOHN BUMSTfi AD. General Aj;ent. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Carpenters and Builders — continued. 
Libby W. (.). & Co. 269 'Fremont,' 
Lincoln Geo. L. 18 fi&wlv-y 
Litchfield Ira, 6 N. Russell 
Low W. A. Sc 8. G. 74 Harrison ave. 
Lund J. (.'. 150 Cnarie^town 
Luiit if. L., Bartlett, eot\ Dudley 
Lydston A. LL, Dudley c. Wan-en 
Lyford E. K. 59 South Margin 
Lyford Thomas & Co. 7 Barrett 
Lynch Geo. II. 6 Cross. E. B. 
Mackenzie & Campbell* 18 Bedford 
Magrath John, 418 Tremont 
Mair Alexander. 151 Portland 
Mann J. H. rear 303 Broadway 
MANSON & PETERSON, Border, 
cor. Decatur, E. B. (see page 700) 
MARKS, EDMaXDS, & Co. foot 

Sumner, E. B. (see page. 700) 
Marlow J. B. Union Park st. near 

Harrison avenue 
Marshall Samuel, 87 Hudson 
Marshall Wm. 11 Bedford 
Marstoii J. M. 6 Taber 
May Peter, 608 Harrison avenue 
Mayo Watson G. (bridge), 22 State 
McAleer P. 21 Province 
McDonald & Lawton, Union Park st. 

near Albany 
MeGonagle Charles, 5 Creel: sq. 
McLaren A. & J. 22 State 
McLean & McDonald, 10 No. Ander- 
son 
McNiel James, Albion, cor. Chapman 
MeNiel & Bros., Albion, c. Paul 
McNUTT J. J., Novelty Wood 
Works, Wareham, c. Maiden (see 
page 818) 
Merriman f ., Norfolk 
Merrill S. W. 32 Tyler 
Metzler C. 1 New Heath 
Milliken 11. 73 Fourth 
Moore John, Newbem place 
Morrison J. I). 21 Leather square 
Morrison & Shaw. 16 Pitts 
Mors* William, 4 Mall 
Morton C. B. 114 Summer 
Morton E. 444 Tremont 
Morton & CheTev, 71 and 73 Ware- 
ham 
Munroe Henry, jr. 16 Chapman place 
Mureh S. L. 31 "Richmond 
Mur]>hy John, 1 Chapman 
Murphy Joseph, r. 804 Washington 
Newell" Samuel, 325 Fourth 
Nichols William, 14 2 Tyler 
Niles John S., Atlantic, n. Fourth 
Nowell O. S. 600 Washington 
Noves .1. & C. A. 16 Chapman place 
Patch Franklin, 03 Trave.rs 
Patterson George, 140 Dudley 
Patterson Win. E., Union Park St. 
Paul B. A. 116 Dover 
Peard W. 54 A 



P.-ny C. 40 N. Margin 
Perkins David, 28 Hawley 
Perkins S. S. 22 State 
Peterson & Goodwin, 7 7 Joy 
Peterson & Rumrill, 136 Dover 

ekering Leo: 

crick, E. B. 
Pickett Wm. B. Orleans, opp. Everett 
Pierce J. 82 Cross 
Pierce Stiilman, 134 Charlestown 



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TROY DIRECTORY, I'ttMIslierf by 

Adams, Sampson, & Co.). -17 



PIERCE S. H. L. 3 

(see page 684) 
Pike Andrew, 117 Merrimac 
Phillips & Carson, 84 Chardon 
Pike E. W., Causeway, c. Portland 
Pike Geo. S. 117 Merrimac 
Pike John K., Foundry, c. Fourth 
Poland D. E. 42 Devonshire 
Pond Cranston, 1410 Washington 
Pratt Eqenezer, 84 Leverett 
Pratt F. L. 61 Tyler 
Quimby Ira B. rear 185 Hanover 
Raynes Francis, r. 6.9 Prince 
Beed Alton G. 171 Dudley 
Reed Otho 11. 1893 Washington 
Rhoades D. 84 Fulton 
Richardson F. A. 151 Portland 
Richardson & Young, 56 Cooper 
Picker R. F. 22 Albion 
Kidlon Richard, 61 South Margin 
Ripley A. S., Emerald n. Chapman 
Roberts & Damon, 16 Pitts 
Robie Levi, 50 Charlestown 
Robinson Seth, 18 Haw ley ■ 
Robinson Vv r . S. 500 Harrison ave. 
Rogers J. H. 10 North Anderson 
Rogers P. II. 53 Smith 
Rose Fabius, 26 Taber 
Rose Hugh H. 175 Harrison ave. 
Roys ). B. Charlestown. c. Travers 
Rumrill k Stanton, Warren, c. Walnut 
Russell True, rear 138 Dudley 
SAPFORD EDWARD, 2 Paid 
Sanders Wm. 334 E 
Schell George M. 127 Ruggles 
Scott John M. 22 State 
Seymour F. 50 Charlestown 
Seward & Morgan, rear 39 Portland 
Shackle)' G. E. 178 Second 
Shapleigh J. W. 432 Tremont 
Sharp IT. A. 171 Sumner, E. B. 
Shaughnessv John, Swett, n. Reed 
Shaw J. J. 366 Broad 
Shaw & Morrison, 432 Tremont 
Siiioway Nath'l A. 13 N. Anderson 
Silva & Co. 5 Mechanics Block, Union 

Park 
Simmons Hiram, 89 Chestnut 
Simpson James W. 22 State 
Slade W. J. 153 Portland 
Small & Post, Union Park St. near 

Harrison avenue 
Smith David, 418 Tremont 
Smith N. S. 313 Fourth 

Sampson, Davenport, & Co. (formerly 
Congress Street, Boston* 



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Smith William, -JO Bowker 
Smith & Jacobs. 414 Harrison avenue 
SMITH & PRIOR, 163 Sumner 
Snow iV Burn ham, liu Portland 
Soule William, 31 Bowker 
Spence Andrew, 4 Head place 
Spra«jue W. II. IS ^awley 
Stamlish Francis, 167 Albany 
S.tarrett John, 120 Charlesto'wn 
Steele A. E. 18 Hawley 
Stetson C. P. 128 Cambridge 
Stevens D. S. 117 Congr^s 
Stevens John S. 56 Cooper 
Stimson J. & Co. 71 Portland 
Srone Marshall S. 33 Tyler 
Stratton H. B. 12 E. Springfield 
Strout A. J. 122 Dudley 
Stubbs Samuel, 22 State 
Studley E. B. 28 E. Springfield 
Sutherland J. A. 63 Bartlett 
Swallow Calvin, 7 86 Tremont 
Swear T. P. 119 Buggies 
Swifr. William A. 70 Albany 
SYLVESTER L. G. 256 Meridian, 

E. B. (churches, see page 805) 
'Tarr David S., Russell place 
Tenney & White, Blossom place 
Thaxter E. 6G Tvler 
Thomas J. A. 7 77 ^ Federal 
Thompson Miles, 142 Dudley 
Tibbetts A. J., Dudlev, opp. Green- 
ville 
Tibbetts Mark, 700 Washington 
Tiiden Christopher, jr. 61 Warren 
Towle S. F. 110 Portland 
Towne L. S. oS Beverly 
Townsend Geo. O. 21 Avery 
Tucker D. S. 22 State 
Turner T. J. 325 Fourth, near I) 
Turtle S. J. & G. 22 State 
Stress Magnus, 232 Broad 
Waitt & Casey, 1410 Washington 
Ware 1. II. 63 Merrimac 
Warner W. II., Piper'-s wharf 
Warner & Noyes, 48 Albany 
Waterman Thomas, 84 Fulton 
Weaver R. 1518 Washington 
Weld & Boyson, 390 Tremont 
Wells O. S" 114 Merrimac 
Wendell J. 84 Albanv and £2 State 
West J. W., rear 22o' Federal 
Wester John D. 193 Dudley 
Weston W. L. 72 Harrison avenue 
Wheeler N. & Co. Mechanic's block, 

\V al Cham 
Wiiiteoml) Benj. D. 29 Wareham 
Wigglesworth John H, Fourth, c. O 
Wiltoughby William W. 61 South 

Margin 
Wilson W. H. 267 Tremont 
Wrtherspooii E. B. 25 Wareham 
W....I M. is Ehwlcv 
Wright '.John', 75 West Dedham 
Y««Uig C. II. iiU Brookline 

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAJL. LIFR 
ton office, 173 Washington Street 



Carpet Ba^s. 
| Haley & Read, 36 Milk 
KEEFE JOHN J. & CO. 297 Br 
RICH, PITMAN, 8c CO. B2 and 84 
Union (see page 687) 

Carpet Cleaning. 
Blackmail R. 34} Lynde 
Smart Richard, Milldam n. Tollhouse 
Thompson A. II. & Co. Emerald, cor. 

Chapman 
Union Carpet Beating Co., Benjamin 

Simmons, Cambridge, <:or. Charles 

Carpetings. 
Allen John, 1792 Washington 
BRABROOK E. 11. 4 & 6 Union, 

and 4 to 8 Friend 
BRIGHT WILLIAM E. & CAPEN, 

328 and 330 Washin-t.n 
Brooks W. P. B., 120 Blaekstone and 

9 Marshall 
Browne W. II. 41 Temple place 
Chihis-, Crosby, & Lane,' 116 Tremont 
CH1PMAN GEORGE W. & CO. 

57 Milk, and 78 Devonshire 
Folsom A. & Sous, 7 7 Summer (man- 
ufacturers floor oil cloths) 
Fowlc, Torre v, & Co. 164 Wash. 
GOLDTHWAIT. SNOW, AND 

KNIGHT, 33 Washington 
Learned & Hartley, 136 Hanover aud 

78 and 80 Union 
Lovejoy J. & Co. 10 & 16 Summer 
Mcintosh M. & Son, 61 Hampshire 

(manufacturers) 
MERRIFIELD MOSES, 514 Wash- 
ington (see paere (>$'S) 
Miller P. H. 24 Factory (manuf.) 
Naylor George, 45 Temple pi. (man'f.) 
N. E. Carpet Co. 75 Hanover 
Packard P. F. 8c Sons, 56 Union and 

43 -Friend 
Peaslev J. J. & Co. 47 Washington 
Pray J. H., Sons, & Co. 192 Wash., 23 

Franklin, and 61 and 63 Hawley 
PUTNAM C. F. 29 Haverhill 
Roxbury Carpet Co. 127 Milk 
Sweetser & Abbott, 4 7 Temple place 
Wakefield Cyrus, 36 Canal (cane 

matting) 
Wentworth Fred. B. & Co. 66 

Carpet I/ining. 
BOSTON PERFORATED CAR- 
PET PADDING CO., Miles May- 
all, local agent, 1482 Tremont 

Carpet Makers. 

Allen S. II. 23 Congress 

Bellis & Dow, 2 7 Coruhill 
I Bigbee Sarah. 84 Poplar 
I Clark .Maria F. 45 Piedmont 
j Danfortli Harriet A. 29 Pinekney 
| Farrell Margaret A. 11 Norfolk pi. 

! IXS. CO. of Springfield, Bias*. Bo*- 
; JOHN 151'MSTEAD, General Agent. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Carpet Makers — continued. 
Hersey Sarah, 7 Oxford 
Parker O. Mrs. 1409 Washington 
Stoddard Harriet, ti CiaUin place 
VAUGHN JOHN J. 3$3 Washing 

toa (see page GS1) 

Carpet Sweepers. 
Weed Otis 11. 31 Drat tie 
WRITTEN MATTHEW, Border 

near Central square, E. B. (mauuf. 

Herrick's patent, see page 701) 

Carpet Yarns. 

Jones I. H. jr. 6c C :>. 144 Congress 

Carriage Builders. 

{See also Wkeelwrighti.) 

Abbot, Downing, & Co. 11 Central 

wharf 
Bartlett Francis E. 96 Travers 
Batchelder F. D. 1179 Tremons 
Blood A. 51 Eliot 
.Blood & Judkins, 149 Beach 
Brainard-E. II. & Co. 852 Federal 
Brown Albert, 43 Bowker 
Burnside A. 18 King 
Chamberlin 11. B. 41 Eustis 
Daly P. 625 Harrison avenue 
Daiiielson & Johnson, 4G0 Federal 
Dinsmore & Kennedy, 89 Travers 
Duclos Zem. 116 Albany 
Duran P. 248 Summer 
Ellison George W. 62 Hampden 
Frve J., Doreh. st. eor. Eilerv, W. V. 
GILCHRIST WILLIAM, Border n. 

Central square, E. B. (see p. SO 7) 
Goddard Thomas, 146 Federal 
Hall James & Son, 21 Hawkins 
Hewitt John, 26 Hampshire 
Jaquith & Buss, lis Dover 
Kimball Brother^ & Co. 11-2 Sudbury 
Mitchell & Co. 11 Eliot 
Nichols D. P. US W. Brooldine. 
Penn Joseph 6c Co. 264 Friend (ex- 

press) 
Perry D. W. 4 73 Harrison avenue 
Pray Joseph F., Beacon, op. Parker 
Pierce c* Co. 26 Vernon 
Riddle Bros. 1 Norfolk ave. . 
Rtass C. 6c Co. 263 Northampton 
Sargent 6c Ham, 5 7 and ^9 Sudbury 
Sargent Francis & Co. 69 to 73 Sud- 
bury 
Sargent William P. & Co. 14 Sudbury 

and loo Tremon£ 
Scot!, efokn A. 42 Warren 
Slade R. 6< Son, 205 Federal and 28 

and 30 East 
Smith John T. 1826 Wash. 
Stevens C. B. 3 and 5 Taber 
Sweeney & Bradley, 1734 Wash. 
Thomas Chauneev, loot of Chestnut 
Treadwdt \V. II.' II. 59 Eliot 
Warnke E. 59 Palmer 
Wluttier John P. 12 Merrimac 



Carriage Depositories. 

Bates A. M. 73 Union 
i B rylev Dudley H. ^ Co. 91 Federal 
; Coiinan M. &Son, 121 Portland 
J Hale E. W. 25 and 27 Haverhill 
I Isburgh & [lowland, 8 and 10 East 
! Kimball Brothers & Ca 112 Sudbury 
j Riddle Edward, 126 Union [bury 

S argent Francis 6c Co. 69 to ~:j Sud- 

Sargent William P. & Co. 14 Sudbury 
and 155 Tremont 

Scott John A. 42 Warren 
j Smith John T. 1826 Wash. 

Wiiittier John P. 8 to 12 Merrimac 

Carriage Smiths. 
Batterman John, 471 Harrison ave. 

and 1088 Wash. 
Bridges C. A. & Bra, F., cor. Athens 
Cahill Leander, 155 to 159 Liverpool 
Daniels Ebenezer, 13 North Anderson 
DODGE & ROWELL, 183 Portland 
Dowd 1). 6c J. do Palmer 
GILCHRIST WILLIAM, Border, 

near Central square, E. B. (see page 

807) 
Lazell Wm. H. 6 Bumstead court 
MeBarron Bros. 6c Lucas, Harrison 

avenue, cor. Dedham 
Stevens Charles P. 3 Taber 

Carriage Stock. 
I American Sleigh & Carriage Iron Co. 
T. W. Porter, agent, 11^ Hawkins 
Foster, Colburn. 6c Co. 123 Milk 
French 6c Collin, 59 Milk [Utica 

Novelty Steam Bending Works, 92 
Peabody B. I. 72 Kilby 
Wight James & Co. 53 Beverly 

Carriage Top-Dressing. 
HAtTTHAWAY C. L. 6c SONS, 56 
Fulton and 1 and 3 Ferry (see page 
826) 

C arver s . ( A rch itectural. ) 

McNUTT J. J., Wareham, cor. Mal- 

den (see pa<je 818) 
Pratt S. F. 6c Co. 16 Devonshire 

Carvers. ( Ornamental. ) 

Coffin Henry. 526 Washington 
. Finron Thomas M. 1752 Washington 
i Hastings E. W. 51 Commercial 

JELINEK CHAS. 383 Federal (see 
I page 684) 

j Leonard. Clark, 6v Co. 20 Beach 
j Litchfield E. rear 41 Eustis 
j Maher E. 390 Tremont 
I Mclntvre 6c Gleason, 21 Commercial 
j Meagher J. W. 3 Chambers 

Nye Alfred, 66 Harrison avenue 
! Pendleton <S; Mack 09.\- Union 
j Priestman 6c Watson. 412 Tremont 

Seallan & Co. 455 Tremont. 
! Stevens Charles, 1751 Washington 



CHVULESTDUN DIRECTORY, Published by Sampson, Davenport, «v 

Co. (formerly Adams, Sampson, & Co.), 47 Congress street, Boston. 



CARVERS 



CHEMICAL APPARATUS. 



429 



Ship Carrers. 
Fowle J. D. 102 Commercial 
l[ istinga K. *V. 51 Commercial 
,\lrlntvr«' ^c Gleason. 21 Commercial 
White T. J. -Sc Co. 2"I3 Qommercial 

Cask Dealers. 
HILL & WRIGHT. 145 and 157 

Sumner, E. B. (see page 813) 
Hinckley F. 04 Commercial 
Howard* O. 1-4 Blackstpne 
Mills J. L. & Son, Bartlett & Atkins's 

wharf 
O'Donnell Michael, 27 Wesley, E. B, 
Patten Wm. C. 205 Causeway 

Caskets. 
Peak John & Son, 145 Friend (patent 
air tigbt)' 

Cast Steel Workers. 
Wheeler Samuel & Co. 12G Marginal 

Castings. 

BOSTON & MAINE FOUNDRY 
CO. 139 Friend (see from colored 
paure) 

DAVIS St FARNUM, 82 Washing- 
ton (see pau-e 662) 

HILL ROWLAND, Carlton's wh'f, 
E. B. (brass, see page 725) 

Caterers. 
Cook T. D. 1622 Washington 
Dooling James, 1249 Washington 
Moore J. J. 5 City Hall avenue 
Smith J. B. 13 Bulfineb 
Tufts Wiliiam, 73 7 Washington 

Cement. 
Brav &: Haves (Roman & Portland) 

145 Milk" 
CLAPLIN & WELLINGTON, 20 

Doahe and 240 Federal 
Clement E. (diamond), 70 Tremont" 
Cock, Jordan, & Morse, 1191 Wash. 
Dvar N. A. 22 State 
EDMOND JAMES & CO. 13 Liber- 
ty square ( see back colored page.) 
Hayes Martin, 3 Berkeley & 22 State 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 'Long wharf 
Kent & Co. 101 Fulton 
McAbee N. S. 6c Co. 52 First 
Robv D. & Co. 280 Cansewav 
WHITTLE R A. R. 15 Doane 
WINGATE & FIELD, Otis wharf, 

IdS Broad (see page 693) 
WctiuMv!! O. D. 95 State 
Young C. & Co. 9 7 State 

Chain Cables and Anchors. 
IVari ;«._-. Eodman, & Swift, 23 and 

25 Commercial 
>i bi&oii, Brother, & Co. 33 Commercial 

Chain Makers. 
Hill Brothers, F, corner Third 



Massachusetts mutual life 

to« office, i;j Washington Street; 



j Chair Dealers and Painters. 

! BOSSOM 6c LOUS II, 68 Albany 

! (see page 830) 
BOSTON CHAIR CO. T. M. Jack- 
son, treasurer, 41 Wav (see page 
701) 
Bowker F. 169 Fulton 

\ Brown W. II. 62 Fulton 

| Chapman Wm. 9G Fulton 

j Conant Brothers & Co. 3G Richmond 

! DERBY P. & CO. 141 North 

| Forsyth G. 65 Fulton 

! Heywood Brothers 6c Co. 217 State 
Hills & JTolman, 73 Fulton 
Hodge A. S. & Co. 42 Richmond 
Hodson Henry, 72 Fulton 
Merriam O. W. 121 to 135 Fulton 

| Neagle Wm. 36 Fulton 

| Nichols William, 101 Cross 

j Parser, Sawyer, & Co. 170 North 
(manuf. cane seat) 

1 Perry -J. W. & Co. 51 Fulton 

i PEIRCE, BROWN, & CO, 76 Rich- 
mond 

| Safford Hiram & Son, 4 N. Market 

; Sawin & Osgood, 286 Commercial 

j Sawver, Thorn psou, & Perlev, 159 
Fulton 

] Shattuck W. G. 108 Fulton 

i Smart B. & J. II. 9 7 Fulton 

i Stuart F. E. 93 Fulton 

| Wads worth Geo. P. 173 Fulton and 
198 Commercial 
Watson J. 7 7 Fulton 
White A. & Co. 96 Fulton [North 
WINCHESTER C. & G. C, 134 

Chair Manuf. 

i BOSTON CHAIR CO. T. M. Jack- 
son, treasurer, 41 Wav (see page 

| '04) 

; Delaporte & Co. 129 Portland 

; Hubbard J. C. 701 Washington (in- 
valid locomotive) 

| Nichols William, 101 Cross 

Chalk. {Importers.) 

; ELLERY HARRISON, 8 India whf. 

(see page 681) 
! HASSE '•& PRATT, Maverick, n. 

Orleans (see page 667) 
j STICKNEY J. W. & CO. 64 Broad 
j (see page 680) 

j Check and Ticket lumberer. 

I HATHAWAY ALFRED, 116 

Wash, (see {.age 827) 

Chemical Apparatus. 

j CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 

310 & 3 12 Wash, (see page 703) 
I Sprague A. W r . 138 Lincoln 

IAS. CO. of Springfield, JIass. llos- 
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Chemicals. 
American Chemical Co. W. II. Win- 
slow & Co. agents, 26 Central whf. 
Boston Chemical Works, Edward 

Chamberlm &Co. 27 Central 
Boston Drug Mills, 90 North 
Boston Dyewood & Chemical Co. 116 

Milk 
Clark'George A. 114} Milk 
Cochrane A. & Co. 10 Broad 
Ehrhardt L. H. G. (analytical), 62 

Congress 
Ernmorton & Co. 13 and 15 Custom 

House street 
Ilobbs, Pope, & Co. 221 State 
Hodge-* & Richardson. 46 India whf. 
Merrimac Chemical Co. George G. 

Granger, treasurer, 225 State 
New England Chemical Co. William 

H. Foster, treasurer, 82 Milk 
NICHOLS JAMES R. & CO. 150 

Congress (see page 660) 
PETTES G. W. & CO. 45 India Tvhf.. 
Salem Laboratory Co., T. P. Sy- 

monds. agent. 11 Central 'wharf 
SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO. 32 N. 

Market 
SUFFOLK LEAD WORKS, 123 

Water 
Whiting D. R. & Co. 56 Chatham 
Window W. H. & Co. 147 Milk 

Chemists. 
ADAMS ISAAC JR. 8 Boylston (see 

page 809) 
At wood C. IT. 139 Summer 
BABCOCK JAMES F. 8 Boylston 

(analytical and consulting, see page 

672) ' 
BOWKElt H. L. & CO. 27 Broad 
Brown John I. & Sons, 14 Essex 
EHRHAKDT, DU BELLE, & CO. 

62 Congress (see page 689) 
FLICK G. F. 54 Hampden, n. Boston 

Lead Work^ (see page 805) 
Hayes A. A. 20 State (analytical) 
Hayes S. Dana, 20 State (analytical) 
Jackson C. T. 41 Somerset (analyti- 
cal) 
LAMRERTONJ. F., Eustis corner 

Dearborn 
Lovis Ambrose. 843 Albany 
NICHOLS JAMES R. & Co. 150 1 

Congress (manufacturers, see page 

660)" 

Children's Carriages. 
Bridgman & Peabody, 8 F. EL sq. 
Eaton, Jones £c Co, ti Holmes block 
Kimball S. H. 25 Union • 
Kittredge & Button, 7 7 Union 
Wentworth.J. 315 Washington 

Chimney Sweep. 



ett Jest 



40 Brattle 



Chimney Tops. 
EDMOND JAMES& CO. 13 Liberty 

square (see back ool red page) 

China Decorators. 
Boston China Decorating Co. Porce- 
lain place, near foot of Poplar 
Briggs Richard, 137 Washington 
Walter Theodore, 21 School 

China Ware Repairer. 
Clement Edward, 70 Tremont 

Chiropodists. 
BOND L. E. 7 Hay ward place (see 

page 662) 
KEN I SON N. & SON, 57 Temple 

place (see page 828) 
Kcnison Parker, 145 Tremont 
Perkins F. B. 3 Winter 

Chocolate Mamif. 
BAKER WALTER & CO. 201 State 
Preston John, 162 State 
Webb Josiah <Sc Co. 48 Chatham 

Chromos. 
BOSTON CHROMO CO. 12 West, 

J. H. Bufibrd, jr. and Charles A. 

Cutler, managers (see page 808) 
Sinclair Duncan D. 18 West 
DODGE, COLLIER. & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 

Chronometers. 
Bond William & Son. 17 Congress 
Willard Simon & Son, 9 Congress 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

BREWER C. & SONS, 14 South 
Market (see page 694) 

Fretch William S." jr. 9 Change ave. 
| GIRO & PARETS, 103 Water (in 

Havana, see page 810) 
! Graveu.r Louis, 42 N. Market 
| Masse Isidore. 19 Vernon 
i Murchler Jacob, 18 Berlin 
j Mullaliy Wm. 2 79 Commercial 
! Goldsmith John, 213 Harrison ave 
| Hall Win, H. 133 Blaekstone 
j Robinson F. W. 3 Lewis 
1 Waitt & Bond, SO North 
| Wilder & Estabrook, 7 Commercial 

Cigar and Snuff Stores. 
(See also Tobacco.') 
Abraham Fanny Mrs. 39 Fleet 
Adder William, Coventry, n. Tremont 
Alles John, 156 Cambridge 
Almosino J. cc Co. 134 Commercial 
Ashton J. H. 50 N. Market 
Llacon S. EL 51 Green 
Bassett \\ r m. A. 5 7 Elm 
Bates Geo. II. W. 133 Cambridge 
Beavin T. S. 715 Federal 
Becker Joseph, 1169 Wash. 

& Co. 



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(formerly Adams, Sampson, & Co.)* *T Congress Street, Boston. 



CIGAR AND SNUFF STORES. 



431 



Becker J. & Son. 5.j Newland 
Dennett & Garcia, 90 Harrison ave. 
Bert Edward. 1818 Washington 
Bernhard B. S. 1349 Tremont 

Bird Martin, 11 Water 
B!«e*J. E. 130 Washington 
BREWER CLARK & SONS, u 8. 

Market (see pa^e 691) 
Bromberg Levi, 1235 Tremont 
Bn.wn 1). S. & Co. 31 and 33 Broad 
Butland Bros. 144- Meridian 
Carroll K. Mrs. 255 Hanover 
CAREUTH D. J. 61 Blackstone (see 

page 67 7) 
Carruth H. & Co. 46 Hanover 
Ciark L. H. 596 Washington 
Cohan D. 8 Guild row 
Collins A. B. 31 Sudbury 
Cleverly H. F. 65 Kingston 
Gonant C P. 117 Washington 
Gorman Lucas, 137 Shawmut ave. 
Dashuck J. & Son, 7 Camden 
Davenport & Legg, 239 Broad . 
l)e Meca P. J. 10 Commercial 
Donovan Lawrence, 37 Hanover 
Driscoll John. 62 Fleet 
DUNBAR T. J. & CO. 68 & 70 Broad 

(cigars, wholesale, see page 681) 
Filer Maurice, 16S State 
Engle Isaac, 1345 Tremont 
Foley Michael, 82 Merrimac 
Forrester Michael, 371 Federal 
Fretch Win. S. 9 Change avenue 
Friedman M. 137 Broadway 
Garner Win. H. 17*7 Washington 
Gillett O. L. 15 and 17 Broad' 1 
Giro L. 130 Commercial 
GIRO & PARETS. 103 Water (im- 
porters cigars, see page 810) 
Goldsmith John. 814 Wash, and 213 

Harrison avenue 
Gotthardt II. M. 082 Washington 
Gowgenbehn Joseph,, 117 Eliot 
Goulston Henry, 40 Cambridge 
Green Charles, 127 Cambridge 
Green Maurice, 402 Harrison avenue 

(manufacturer) 
Grodjinski Brothers 91 Wash, and 11 

Court sq. 
Grout John H. 37 7 "Washington 
Guggenheim J. 849 Washington 
Ilambro Solomon, 1046 Washington 
Hamilton H. M. 51 Merrimac 
Hart Abraham, 1812 Washington 
Heineman & Bros. 524 Washington 
Hei'baek Wm. 1231 Tremont 
Tiim.tn J. (i85 Washington 
Hitu.ke J. 25 Boylston 
Howard W. II. 1*36 Everett, E.B. 
Hyams II. N. 584 Washington 
Hyams S. M. 171) Hanover 
Jackson Bros. 211 Broadway 
Jacobs J. 239 Federal 
Kitnmel John & Co. 1754 Wash. 

Massachusetts >[itual hi <\e 

ton office, 173 Washington Street; 



| Kraft Lorenzo, 31 Cherry 

i Kranse F. 516 Wash. & 138 Court 

i Lissner M. 12 State 

Lopez Florenc •, 24 Chelsea, E.B. 

Marsh W. II. 302 Commercial 
j Martin Antoine A. 8 Lewis, E.B. 

Meyerpon A. 1713 Washington 

Milant Charles A. 20 Border, E.B. 

MITCHELL A. R. (agent for P. & 
G. Lorillard), 35 Centra! 

Mock G. & Co. 1449 Washington 

Mohr C. 3 7 Cambridge 

Morris Nathan? 751 Washington 

Morse Samuel, 1223 Tremont 

Moses Louis, 101 Cambridge 

Mossdorf Frederick, 47^- Kingston 

Mower J. W. 94 Union 

Myers Benjamin, 22 Boylston 

Negrinia A. 116 Cambridge 

Newbatl, Kimball. & Co.4 City Hall av. 

Oppenheimer J. 71 West Concord 

Paine Joseph, 1892 Washington 

Parker C. D. 154 Merrimac 

Parker LB. 107 Broadway 

Parks L. 764 Federal 

PECK A. M. 58 Broad (cigars, whole- 
sale) 

PERKINS & WOODMAN, 159 Milk 
(importers) 

Quinn Francis, 82 Merrimac 

Quinn Joseph, 100 South 

Quinn J. 300 Federal 

Raddin F. L. & J. A. 125 Hanover 

Rich & Bro. 7 9 Union 

Richards C. A. & Co. 99 Wash. 

Robert Joseph, Charlestown bridge 

Robinson J. W. 3 Lewis 

Rock P. E. 225 Hanover (manuf.) 

Rosenberg Samuel, 290 Tremont 

Ross Frank, 422 Federal 

Russell H. B. 121 Tremont 

Samuel Isaac, 6 Court square and 5 7 
Tremont 

Samuel Nathan, 33 Treiu. & 34 Kilby 

Sanborn & Worcester, 5 Green 

SHARP OTTO & CO. 35 Central 

Shattuek & Farwell, 92 Court 

Sherman S. S. 32 Parkman 

Sigwart F. 1098 Tremont 

Slade Henry, jr. 105 State 

Blade La Roy S. £c G. F. 24 Broad 

Smalley L. W. 32 Court 

Smith & Hastings, 11 Boylston 

Smith George 6. 10 Lindall 

Spaulding & Stark, 1070 Wash. 

Spitz John, 24 7 Hanover 

Stadehnan Chas. N. 691 & 779 Wash. 

Susmann Brothers, 9 Union 

Sweetser Brothers, 36 South Market 

Tannenbaum J. 1909 Washington 

Thompson A. 139 Broadway 

Traiser Henry, 125 Court 

Verveer L. 177 Hanover 

Victorson S. V. 40 Elm 



INS. CO. of Spvii&gfield, .T^s. Bos- 
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Cif/ar Store* — continued. 
Waitt CooksOn, 130 Commercial 
Wasserboehr J. E. 5 Hanover 
Wasserboehr J. E. & bun. 14 Union 
Weil Frederick. 2 Howard 
Werner J. 1). Mrs. 94 Harrison ave. 
Wezensky W. 56 Broad way 
WezenskV & Co. 1201 Washington 
Whiton J. P. -24 Broad 
Win ton J. W. 29 Province and 41 

Bromfield 
WILDER & ESTABROOK, 7 Com- 
mercial ainl 78 Washington 
Wilder C. W. & Co. 45 Congress 
Wilt'ert John J. 10 Eliot, 
Wilson Charles, 104 Union 
Wolf Isador, 562 Washington 
Wolf Joseph, 500 Washington 
Woreesrer A. \Y. 5 Green 
Young II. W. 1 795 Washington 

Cistern Builders. 
Burgess L. M. & Bro. 41 Causeway 
Siade Wm. J. 151 and 153 Portland 

Civil E tig's and Surveyors. 
(See also Mmhanical Engineer*.} 
Andreri Alban, 61 Water 
Apple ton Edward, 13 Doane 
Ashburner Samuel, .'51 Kilbv 
Batchelder J. M. 16 Pemberton sq. 
Briggs Lather, 81 Washington 
Brown Josiah, 16 Pemberton sq. 
Clapp Otis F. 7 Court square 
Crafts N. Henry, City Hall (city en- 
gineer) 
Curtis Joseph II. 31 Pemberton sq. 
Darracbtt Franklin, 28 State 
Davis Thos. W., City Eng's office 
Doane T. & J. jr. 42 Barrister's Hall 
EDSOX WILLIAM, 24 Studio build- 
ing (see page 6 72) 
French W: M. P. 7 Court sq. 
Frost Brothers, 68 Cornhill 
Fuller J. F. 96 Washington 
Fuller S. P. 96 Washington 
Garbett W. A. 22 Guild row 
Gates Stephen P. 40 Court 
Granger David & Son, IS Old State 

House 
Hall C. G. St. Son, 2S Old Slate II. 
Henck J. B. 41 State 
Herschel C. 81 Wash, room 17 
Jackson Wm. II. 33 School, room G 
Lewando Chas. 40 and 41 Studio b. 
Lktle.field C. II. 17 Pemberton sq. 
Manney Henry, 7 Court sq. 
MeCouneli Walter F., City Engineer's 

office 
Mlnot S. L. 7 Court sq. 
Morten C. Citv Engineer's oftiee 
Moses H. II. 22 Guild row 
Moses T. B. 113 Dudley 
Noble John, 30 Court and 6 Winthrop 
block, LB. 



| Nott G. II. 61 Water 
i Pettee Wm. 7 Court sq. 
I Philbrick Edward S. 12 W<>st 
I Richardson Geo. L. -_'<> State 
j Sawyer Edward, - x l Washington 
i SHEDD J. II 7 Court square (see 
page 668) 

Smith Simeon B. 1 '•> School 

Thompson Wm. II. 16 Pemberton sq 

Tidd M. M. 46 Court 

Tower G. B. N. 33 School, room G 

Wadsworth Alex. 9 R. It. Exchange 

Wilson Henry W., Dorchester, oppo- 
site Seventh 

Claim Agents. 

Andrews J. L. 46 Court 

Bell James B. 12 Old State House 

Butler J. H. 7 Court sq. 

Cass A. J. 5 Tremont 

Clark I. P. 113 Washington 

Cowley Charles. 7 Court sq. 

Drew S. S. 59 Court 

Derby & Williamson, 46 Court 

DYE II FRANCIS S. 75 Summer 

Gay Ebenezer, 42 Court 

Hobbs Wm. jr. 10 State 

Flo we M. G. 35 Court 

Murdock J. 19 Tremont row, room 8 

Prescott Levi T. 86 Court 

Schouler Wm. 33 School, room 12 
| Todd Paul P. & Co. 17 State 

Woodman Horatio, 25 R. R. Exeh. 

Clairvoyants. 
Armstrong Hannah, 12 Winter 
Beals M. E. Mrs. 425} Washington 
j Boutell A. Mrs. 145 Hanover 
I Canon C. C. Mrs. 27 Boylston 
j Chandler C. Mrs. 2 Garraux place 
| CLARK J. J. MRS. 4 Jefferson place 
| (see page 820) 
I De Fauut F. Mrs. 1 6 Salem 
j Foskett II. B. Mrs. 54 Beach 
Francis S. 2 Warrenton 
French M. A. Mrs. 28 Winter 
Gay M. C. GSG Washington 
Hatch Mary Mrs. 8 Harrison ave. 
Howland A. E. 16 Salem 
Jackson Hannah Mrs. 82 Friend 
Ladd E. K. Airs. 140 Court 
Lambert A. L. Mrs. 1 Gorham place 
Latham A. C. Mrs. 292 Washington 
Litch L. W. Airs. 2 Garraux place 
Newell L. E. 1431 Summer 
Newman Alary Airs. 150 Hanover 
Porter M. A. 8 La Grange 
i Richards Nellie Mrs. 268 Wash. 
j .Sargent L. A. Mrs. 58 Bedford 
j Smith L. Mrs. 588 Washington 
'Stetson S. Miss, 27 Boylston 
| Stickncv S. J. Airs, lti Salem 
i Walker' Eunice W. Mrs. 59 Bedi 
| Wright Madam, 260 Washington 
I York Loaua, 1 Harvard 



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merly Adams, Sampson, & Co.), 



!»y Sninpson, Davenport, &, to. (liar* 
47 Conjrresft Street, Boston. 



CLAMS — CLERGYMEN. 



Donovan R. (It. C.) 28 Chester park 
Dunn James B. (Pres.) 
Kastburn Manton (!•:.) ISO Tremont 
Eastman Luciua R. (C. T.) 538 

Washington 
Eddy D. C. (B.) 22 W. Springfield 
Edmunds Edward (Ch.) 7 7 Dover 
Ellis Ruius (C. U) 



Clams. 
Brown & Co. City Wharf 
Stubbs J. A. 131 Commercial 

Clergymen. 
( Settled over Boston Churches.) 
Abbott G. S. (B.) 8 Linden 
Adams Nehemiah (C. T.) 1198 

Washington j Fitton James (it. G.) E. Boston 

Alden Edmund K. (C. T.) 299 Br'dy Foote Henry W. (C. U.) Charles 
Alger Wm. R. (C. U.) 38 Temple * \ Foljambe S*. W. (B.) li Dwight 
Babeock Wm. G. (C. U.) 16 Florence ; Fulton Justin D. (B.) 32 Milford 
Bapst John (R. C.) 751 Harrison Fulton Robert (K. C.) 751 Harrison 

avenue avenue [place 

Bartol Cyrus A. (Cong.) 17 Chestnut ! Gannett Ezra S. (C. U.) 10 Bovlston 
Bellwalder Ignatius (JR. C) 32 Mid- ! Gamer Wm. V. (15.) 116 Charles 

dlesex I Gavlord N. M. (Uv.) 5 Oak place 

Bingham Joel S. (C. T.) 117 Web- Gerbi Emiliano (R. C.) Fourth, n. I 

ster ! Gerry E. J. (C. U.) llanover-Street 

Blagden Geo. W. (C T.) 40 Bowdoin j chapel 
Blaikie Alexr. (Pres.) 5 Newbern Griffin James (R. C.) 



place 
Rleukinsop Wm. A. (R. C.) 35 

Broadway 
Bolles James A. (E.) 8 Hancock 
Bowen Chrs. J. (C. U.) Dennis 
Bradlee Caleb D. (C. U.) 41 Chester 

Park 
Brash John (Pres.) 168 Broadway 



Grimes Leonard A. (B.) 28 Grove 
Hague Wm. (B.) 44 E. Newton 
Hale Edward E. (C. U.) 6 7 Wor- 
cester 
Hall L. J. (li. E.) 122 Saratoga 
Hamburger M. J. (Hoi. Jew) 104 
Essex [chester 

Hannaibrd J. L. (M. E.) 161 Dor- 



Brewster L. R. S. (M. E.) 13 Marion j Hanser Otto (Ger. Lu.) 70 Shawmut 
Beiggs L. L. (Uv.) 735 Tremont 
Burnli John T. (E.) 38 Hanson 
Burroughs Henry, jr. (E) 82 Ml 

Verti on 
Butler William (M. E.) 95 F 
Byrne Wm. (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 



avenue 

Haskins Geo. F. (R. C.) 2 North sq. 

iieily James A. (R. C.) 75 Albany 

Heafy J. J. (R. C.) Vernon 

Hepworth Geo. H. (C. U.) 191 Shaw- 
mut avenue 

Johnson Geo. D. (E.) 22 Rutland sq. 

Kellev S. (M. E.) 5 Cornhill 

King'Henry M. (B.) 1 Danforth pi. 

Kirk Edward N. (C. T.) 5 Staniford 
) 6 St. James ave. 



Knight C. F. (F 
Lamb Peter (it. C.) Maverick 
Lewis J. J. (Uv.) 565 Seventh 
Lothrop Samuel K. (C. U.) 12 Chest- 
nut x [park 
(R. C) 28 Chester 



Cassin Joseph II. (R. C.) Maverick, 

near Catholic church, E B. 
Chanev Geo. L. (C U.) il Worcester 
Chapman J, A. M. (M. E.) 5 7 Rut- 
land 
CUarJier Alphease (It. C.) 75! Har- 
rison avenue 
Clark Wm. R. (M. E.) 41 Saratoga, 

East Boston J nut 

Clarke James F. (C.U.) 26 Chaimcv j Lynch Thomas 
Clinch J. II. (E.) 382 Broadway ' Lyndon P. F. (R. C) 1192 Wash 
Coolidge J. 1. T. (E.) 280 Broadway ! Magenniss Thos. (R. C) Vernon 
Connor Rowland (Uv.) 165 West j Manning <Liob M. (C. T.) 9 Boyb- 

C.tiiton ton place 

Converse Geo. S. (E.) Cedar, near McDonald W. (M. E.) 16 Temple 
Highland | McGuire William (E.) 21 Bon. Ion 

Corcoran W. J. (R. C.) 75 Albany | McKeown A. (M. E.) 10 Regent 
Cudworth W. II. (C. U.) 1 Meridian I McManus C. (R. C.) 4 Allen 
Cushman Henry I. (Uv.) 133 Warren i Mrans John O. (C. T.) 31 Mt. 

avenue i Pleasant 

Denham Geo. (E.) 51 Chelsea, E. B. ! .Miner Alonzo A. (Uv.) 52 Green 
Depue M. Avres (Pres.) Maverick j Molinari Antonio (It. C.) 2 North sq. 



House, E. B 
Dexter Henry M. (C. T.) 15 Cornhil 
Dinger F. W. (Ger. E.) 545 Shaw 

mat avenue 
;>»lau Miehael (R. C.) 35 "Broadway 



Dompieri (R. C.) St. Mary's Ch. | Ne de 

HASSACHtTSETTS MUTUAL L1F 



I Moron Michael (R. C) 1192 Wash. 
I Morgan Henrv (M.) 9 Groton 
I Murphv J. (R- C.) 73 Purchase 
! Murray William H. H. (C. T.) 
Adams House 

Rollin II. (B.) 19 Somerset 



IJVS. CO. or Springfield, Muss. !><»•<- 
t«n office, 173 Washington Street; JOHN BUMSTJEAJB, General Agent. 

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Clergymen — continued. 
Nicholson W. R< (E.) 18 Louisburg 

square 
Nopper F. X. (R. C.) 32 Middlesex 
Noves Geo. S. (M. E ) 2 Phipps pi. 
O'Beirne P. (R. C.) Vernon [way 
O'Callaghan Denis (R. C.) 35 Broacl- 
0*Kaue Dennis (R. C.) Endicotc 
O'Keefe J. (R. C.) 73 Purchase 
O'Reiliy Bernard (R. C.) 4 Allen 
Orrock'j. M. (S. A.) 116 Harrison 

avenue 
Parsons B. F. (C T.) 
Patterson A. J. (Uv.) 17 Forest 
Pattison Thomas E. (E.) 762 Wash. 
Praesser Hugo (R. C.) 73 Purchase 
Prendergast J. (R. C.) Endicott 
Purcell David (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 
Putnam George (C. U.) Highland, 

near Cedar 
Quinlan R. J. (E. C.) 2 North sq. 
Band Edward A. (C. T.) 16 Linden 
Reed James (Swed.) 45 Pinekney 
Reiter Ernest (R. C.) 32 Middlesex 
Risley J. Edward (M. E.) 1663 Wash. 
Kockwood L. B., Walnut, c. Munroe 
Robbins Chandler (C. U.) 85 Pinek- 
ney 
Robinson J. P. (E.) 67 Bedford 
Sallowav Jas. (C. U.) Wash. Village 
Sanderson Jas. H. (E.) 102 East 

Brook line 
Schoninger Joseph (Ger. Jew) 50 
Fayette [Pincknev 

Sehwarz Louis B. (G. E. Ref'd) 103 
Sheridan E. J. (R. C.) 73 Purchase 
Slack Samuel R. (E.) 162 Third 
Smyth PL P. (R. C.) 75 Albany 
Stickney M. P. (E.) 11 Cambridge 
Stow Baron (B.) 20 Harrison ave. 
Tavlor Edward T. (M. E.) 1 Prince 
Teehan James T. (R. C.) Endicott 
Tildeu Wm. P. (C. U.) 345 Shiw- 

mut avenue 
Thompson A. C. (C. T.) 100 W T arren 
Todd John E. (C. T.) 26 Edinboro* 
Townsend L. T. (51. E.) 23 Pinekney 
Tucker Hilary (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 
Upham Samuel F. (M.E.) 184 Salem 
Walker O. T. (B.) 20 Leverett 
Washington Geo. H. (M.) 28 Park- 
man 
Watson John D. (E.) 37 Purchase 
Webb Edwin B. (C. T.) 638 Tremont 
Welch E. H- (It. C.) Harrison ave. 

eor. Concord 
Wells E. M. P. (E.) 37 Purchase 
Wi.it.> Chas. J. ( Uv.) 142 Lexington I 
Williams John (C. U.) 
Williams John J. (R. U.) II 92 Wash. ! 
Williams Pelham (E.) 73 Appieton 
Winkley Sand. 1 [. (C. U.) 5 Chambers 
Wright Wm. B. (C. T.) 163 West 
Canton 

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Cloaks and MantillaB. 
Ide Ceo. L., Carter, & Co. S3 Winter 
Springer Bros. 32 Summer 
Stevens John J. 282 Washington 

Clocks. 
BANFIELD, FORRISTALL, & Co. 

28 & 30 Federal (see page 663) 
Beals J. J. & Co- 101 Union 
Bradley B. & Co. 149 Hanover 
Brickett William H. 21 School 
Davis D. P. 118 Water 
Grueby Geo. H. 21 School (calendar) 
Hafwood Brothers, 20 Bromfield 
Pleyer Brothers, 78 Federal (im- 
porters) [Tremont 
Howard Watch & Clock Co. Ill 
'Kennard C. W. & Co. (dealers) 122 

Tremont 
Partridge Horace, 27 Hanover 
Pratt D. & Sons, 49 Union 
STEDMAN D. B. & CO. 80 Broad 
(French) [(tower) 

Stevens G. M. & Co. 00 Sudbury 
Weston Brothers, 73 Harrison ave. 

Clock Makers and Repairers. 

Brickett William II. 21 School 

Edmands & Hambletr, 30 and 40 
Hanover 

HOWARD WATCH & CLOCK 
CO. 114 Tremont 

Plunkett R. 101 Warrenton (re- 
pairer) [(tower) 

Stevens G. M. & Co. 90 Sudbury 

Weston Brothers, 73 Harrison ave. 

Cloth Finishers. 
Birkmaier & Burns, 65 Congress 
Howard William, 9 Hawley 

Cloth Printers. 
Howard William, 9 Hawley 
Locke Wm. H. 4 Otis 

Clothes Cleaners. 

Alexander Henry, 10 Brattle 
Allen P. H. Mrs." 4 Lindall 
Brown Richard, 221 Federal 
Clark Jonas W. 18 Brattle 
Cooper E. J. 25 Howard 
Cornev & Harvey, 2 Pme 
Dinsmore William M. 11 Dock square 
DeSbields Benjamin, 14 1-2 Brattle 
Easton Alexander, 10 1-2 Beach 
Kicks P. B. 2 N. Russell 
Hurd Charles, 2 Harrison ave. 
Lewey W. H. 97 Green 
Scott James, 127 Merrimac 
Sidney J. T. 97 State 
Sullivan & Long, 11 Howard 
Walton H. 2 Lowell place 
Watson D. C. 79 1-2 Green and lb 
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Clothes Wringers. 
C0OLID6E GEORGE, 3 Milk 
EUREKA CLOTHES WRINGER 

Co. T. J. Alexander,- agent, 113 

Court (see page 6 7o) 
Hood George 11. agent, 9 7 Water 
Sawyer J. F. agent, 40 Bronrfield 
Sherman Orin, 31 Brattle 

Clothing ( Whole&ah.) 
Bliss, Whiting, Pierce, & McKenna, 

16 Franklin 
CARNES G. W. & CO. 43 & 45 

Summer (boys', See page 659) 
Chaniberlin &•. Currier, 138 Devon- 
shire 
Fenno Isaac & Co. 66 Franklin 
Freeland C. \V., Beard, & Co. 152 

Devonshire [mer 

Goddard, Smith, & Atwood, 62 Sum- 
Grihin Bros. & Co. Quiuey Hall 
Hodgdon D. M. & Co. 15 Otis & 28 

Arch 
Johnson J. C. & Co. 90 Devonshire 
Jordan, Clark, 8c Co. 69 Summer and 

154 Broadway 
Keating, Lane, & Co. 81 Franklin 
Knowles 8c Leland, 104 Devonshire 
Lane George H. 8c Co. 45 Milk 
Leland, Rice, 8c Co. 95 Devonshire 
Lovejoy Win. B. & Co. 74 Franklin 
Merrill & Co. 80 Federal [Arch 

Miner, Beal, & Co. 11 Otis & 20 
Morse Leopold & Co. 29 & 30 Dock 

square 
Palmer J. B. & Co. 91 Devonshire 
Phillips, Morse, & Co. 58 Summer 
Rhodes, Ripley, 8c Co. 71 Summer 
Simmons Geo. W. & Son, Oak Hall, 

34 North [22 Aroli 

Stiles, Edmunds, &j Co. 12 Otis and 
Wads worth P. & Co. 105 Devonshire 
Whitten, Burditc, -S: Young, 79 

Franklin and 130 Devonshire 

Clothing. (Ilttuil) 
{Ste also Tailors and Drapers,) 
Adams Isaac, 24 North 
Adamsou C. S. Mrs. 104 Merrimac 

(boys') s 

Allen Benj. F. 10 Faneuil Hall sq. 
All^u R. B, & Co. 641 Washington 

(boy,') 
Andre S. Mrs. 40 Prince 
Atwood W. S. & Co. 38 k -10 Wash. 
Bean N. J. 23 North 
Belt Mary A. Mrs. 313 Broadway 
Bennett S. P. 6c Co. 456 Washington 
Bergen P. 269 Commercial 
Berry Geo. W. 250 Hanover 
Bock Jacob, 51 Union 
Boies & Truiant, 292 Commercial 
Boise L. D. & Co. 30 Washington 
Bolton Charles, 312 fitanover 



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| Bornstein Henry. 2 &4 North [ver 
I Bornstein J. L. 60 North & 141 Il.mo- 
j Boston Clothing Store, 15 Broadway 

Boutwell ox: Trow, i;9:i Washington 
Boynton C. H. & Co- 31 ^c 32 Dock 

square 
Bymes & We>t, 4 2 Washington 
CARNES G. W. & CO. 43 and 45 

Summer (boys', see page 659) 
Ch'ace 11. B. 4 7 Leverett 

Clark Mark, 15 Salem 
Comer Joseph, 10 & 12 Wash. 
Connor C. A. 710 Federal 
Corthell, Noyes, & Co. 9 & 11 Wash. 
Crosby Anthony, 2 ( J6 Hanover 
Cross Joseph S. 5 Winihrop Block 
Cunilf Misses, 13 E. Dcdham (child- 

rens') 
Curtis John, 6 and 8 North 
Dam & Blaekie, 149 Court 
Daniels Isaac, 46 North 
Dean Amos J. 1843 Washington 
I Drinan John, 25 Fleet 
j Eaton Ezra's Son, 182 Commercial 
j Eaton Ezra O. 257 North 
Eaton W. W. 661 Wash. 
! Enos A. 17 Fleet 
Farrington I. H. 681 Washington 
Fenno George A. <Sc Co. 498 Wash- 
ington (boys') 
| Fisher Louis, 85 Union 
I Fowle H. 24 Wasldngton 
| Freeman, Carey, & Co. 155 Wash. 
; Friedlander E. 11 7 Beach 
I Gillis W. K. & Co. 23 7 Washington 

(boys') 
I Giassett Thomas, 812 Washington 
j Gieason Thomas, 5 and 7 Eastern av. 
J Griffin Bros. & Co., Quiucy Hall 
j GrilRn Ebenezer, 75 Richmond 
I Hallctt& Bearse, 61 Lincoln 
| Ilamelburg L. 68 Broadway 
j Hamilton Nathaniel, 11 North square 
j Hard Charles, 134 Broad 
Harris M. 93 Union 
Hevneman I. 688 Washington 
I HOLLANDER M. T. & CO. 32 Tem- 
| pie pla.-e (boys', see page 661) 
j Holmes A. Miss 5 Eliot (boys') 
j HUNTING J. & C. 258 'Commer- 
cial [square 
Jackman & Merrill, 12 and 13 Dock 
Josslyn T. S. 171 Commercial 
Kelley John T. & Co. ^QJ Wash. 
Kenney P. IL 20 North 
Krey 11. 14 Fleet 
Lane ^c Bond, 267 North 
Lawrence H. S. 1939 Wash. 
Lennon Peter, S0G Albany 
I Levi Iliinui. 19 Salem 
| Levi Mark, 42 Salem 
j Lewis Bros. 700 Federal 
j Linscott John. 28 Commercial 
| Lipmaii Jacob, 1353 Tremont 

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Clothing — continued. 
Loemans \Y. C. 14 2 1) roadway 
Lombard II. S. 52 Clinton 
Lovejoy Charles J. 1 North 
Lovcjoy C. W. 226 Commercial 
Macquarrie & Chishoim, 3S0 North 
Macullar, Williams, & Parker, 200 
Washington [bovs) 

Mansfield" S. A. Mrs. 28 Winter 
Marshall C. S. 3 N. Market 
Me Key John, G27 Washington 
McLarty William & Son, 154 Sum- 
ner, E. B. 
Monney S. 235 Hanover 
Morris Wm. 3 Lewis, E. B. 
Morse Charles, 127 Salem 
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[. Clothing. (Second Hand ) 
i Albee J. A. 90 Friend 
; Alexander Henjy, 10 Brattle 
; Applebaum J. 87 Essex 

' Benseraal S. 16 Washington 
: Barnott Deborah Mrs. 124 Merrimai 
Berman J. 436 Hanover 

Borkusky C. 34 Salem 
, Buitekan Alex. 104 Essex 
j Campbell I. 64 Merrimac 
! Carroll Ellen F. Mrs. 1917 Wash. 
j Clark Jonas W. 18 Brattle 

Coburn J. P. & Co. 20 Brattle and o r ' 
Corn hill 
j Cohen Simon K. 31 Salem 
j Cohn Henrv, 48 Salem 



rse Leopold & Co. 29 Dock square j Cohn Herman, 183 C 



Moses Henry, 210 Hanover 
Nelson B. 80 Merrimac 
Noonan 6c Connolly, 12 North 
Nordeusheld Faist," 765 Wash. 
Olmstead <Sc Co. 28 Avery 
Page M. S. Salem cor. Endicott 
Paretts Isaac, 09 Essex 
Pearson H. A. 24 Tremont (boys') 
Pierce & Spooner, 8G0 Wash. 
Pircher Bros. & Co. 660 Wash. 
Pond S. H. & Farrington, 631 Wash 
Prager & Bock, 135 Hanover 
Proctor N. B. & A. E. 206 Comm'l 
Pushee Jas. H. 157 Court 
Raphel A. 10 North 
Read J. W. 17 Summer (boys) 
Ratshesky Asher, 184 Hanover 
Eeinstein S. 1796 Wash. 
Richards George II. 24 Dock sq. 
Ryder, Crocker, & Co. 536 Wash. 



ambridge 



| Copeland S. 100 Blackstone' 
Dann II. E. 1248 Tremont 
Delaney Mary, 48 Maverick sq. 
DeShields Benjamin, 144 Brattle 
DeYoung Benjamin, 38 Eliot 
DeYoung Simon, 186 Harrison av.e. 
DeYoung Samuel. 141 Dover 
Donovan Timothy, 30 Brattle 
Ehrlich N. 18 j Salem 
Ellis Joseph, 1921 Wash. 
I Fitzgerald M. 46 Broadway 
i Friediand A. 117 Beach' 
| Gallagher James, 17 71 Wash. 
i Galvin D. & T. 33 Eliot 
| Gilrain M. 70 Cross 
j Greenwood S. 47 Salem 
I Hart Benjamin, 72 Cambridge 
I Herriott K. R 23 Endicott 
I Higgins James, 338 Federal 
cobs S. 62 Broadway 



Saver James F. & Co. 68 Congress j Jacobs S. 76 Albany 



(oiled) 
Sayer Wm. H. & 

Pearl Street House 
Shaman Abraham, 1884 Wash. 
Silber Solomon, 281 Hanover 
Simmons Albert, 374 Hanover 
Simmons George W. & Son, Oak Ha 

34 North 
Simon Brothers, S5 Essex 
Salzbury Jonas, 41 Carver 
Toppan F. L. <Sc Co. Union, c 

stone, and 804 Wash. 
Vurenberg Israel, 3 70 Hanover 
Walters Wm. P. (manufacturer) 



Meridian, E. B. 

Warshauer E. 26 North 
Welch E. C. & Co. 4 Lewis, E. B. 
Whiiebone A. & S. 75 Eliot 
Whittemore S. I). 34 Washington 
Williams Joseph, 1 1 Bedford 
Wilmoc M. 34 7 Hanover 
Wilmot, Applin, & Co. 115 Wash. 
Wingersky L. 422 Hanover 
Wingersky Samuel. 388 Hanover 
Wohlgemuth Joseph, 16 Brattle 
Wolf A. 307 Hanover 



p Johnson J. J. 22 Brattle 
Co. (manuf.j 2 >. Johnson Richmond, 74 Eliot 
j Kantorowicz J. 6 Salem 
j Kennedy Margaret (women's). 

Salem 
J Lamb L. 133 Dover 
I Latz Morris, 09 Cambridge 
j Levi Simon, 44 Salem 
Levi & Sugarnian, 25 Salem 
i Levy Samuel, 50 Salem 
Black- j Lewis S. II. 40 Brattle 

i Mock & Buitekan, 7 so Federal 
I Nelson II. M. 1 1 8 Essex 
154 | O'Brien Edmund. 40 Eliot 
Packerman Jane, 45 Salem 
i Paretts Isaac, 00 Essex 
! Pitts <Sc Brown, 24 Brattle 
| Pragar & Bock, 135 Hanover 
j RUNKEL JACOB (women's), 

Salem 
j Schieafcklt J. 112 and 122 Essex 
j Smith Henry, 7 City Hall are. 
| Smith Wm. 43 7 Commercial 
■ Solomon M. 23 Salem 
| Stanley Thomas, 7 7 Portland 
! Stott James C. 92 Essex 



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SugSTOiaft & Weiner, 4 Kneeland & 

129 Dover 
Sulke S. G6 Salem 
Thompson J. V", 9 City Hall ave. 
Vanvoolan Nathan, 1239 Tremont 
Walkvr Mary, 2 7 Salein 
White S. 61 Cambridge 

Cloths and Woolen Goods. 
{Importers and Jobbers.) 
Allen E. & Co. 36 Franklin • 

Barnes. Merriam, & Co. 7 7 Franklin 
Bean James M. & Co. 3 Otis 
Blake & Stearns. 62 Franklin 
Bridgham, Dwinel, & Jones, 104 

Summer 
Burrage Bros. & Co. 35 Franklin 
BURR AGE J. C. & CO. 3 Winthrop 

square 
Clement C. & Co. 14 Arch 
Dresser, Parsons, Bradt, & Co. 70 

Franklin 
Fernald Bros. & Keith, 11 Arch 
Eager, Bartlett, & Co. 93 Summer 
Gillis William K. & Co. 237 Wash. 
Gilbert, Lovejoy, & Co. 100 Summer 
Hardy, Brown, Goss, & Co. 76 Sum- 
mer 
Horswell, Kinsley, & French, 12 

Summer ' [lin 

James, Lovett, & Stedman, 18 Frank- 
Jewett, Bush, & Macrae, 94 Summer 
Kendall, Barrows, & Co. 9 Franklin 
Lamb, Sawyer, & Co. 53 and 55 

Franklin [mer 

Lawrie, Blood, & Hammond, 64 Sum- 
Macullar, Williams, & Barker, 200 

Washington 
Marsh, Talbot, & Wilmarth, 6 7 

Franklin 
Richardson, Bird, & Co. 25 Franklin 
S ilsbrd. Nute, & Wilson, 37 Franklin 
Smith Samuel, (com.), 69 Franklin 
Smith, Stebbins, ok Co. 87 Summer 
Springer Bros. 32 Summer 
Todd," Perkins. & Co. 6 Federal 
Tufts E. O- & Co. 45 Franklin 

Coal Dealers. ( Wholesale.) 
Audenried Lewis & Co. 14 Kilby 
Audenried, Norton, Ok Co. 27 Doane 
Babson Charles jr. 7 Doane 
Bangs & Morton, 31 Doane 
Pitkiston, GraefT, & Co. 18 Doane 
Bord.i, Keller, & Natting, 42\ Kilby 
Bryant Nathaniel H. 1.27 State 
Pukh'v M. S. & Co. 11 Doane 
Bush J. P. 19 Doane 
Bur nh am C. 25 Doane 
Busteed Geo. W. 21 Commercial 
Casiaer, Stickney, & Wellington, 20 

1> >ane 
CJ'rk os: Leatherbee. Lehigh, opposite 

Way, and Albany, opp. Dedham 
Crauc'W. D. & Qo. 26 Kilby 

H is* vt.Hirsior is .hitiml l.ifi^ 

tou oiii^c, 17J Washington SUfct j 



Day, Iluddell, & Co. 7 Doane 
DFAN J. F. &Co. 23 Doane 
EASTWICK C. J. & J. II. & CO. 19 

Doane 
English W. A. 19 Doane 
Gardner & Carlton, 71 Congress 
Gooch N. G. 7 Doane 
Hacker W. Alfred, 29 Doane 
Hall, Caldwell, & Co. 144 State 
Hammet, Neil, & Co. 25 Doane 
Howard W. V. 29 Kilby 
Lee D. W. 27 Doane 
Lincoln George E. 38 City Exchange 
Little S. O. 99 State and Charle^town 
Lochman J. E. & Co. 29 Doane 
Merritt Jerome, 13 Doane 
Mitchell James H. 92 Scate 
Moody J. G. 21 Doane 
Nevin G. P. 7 Doane 
Odiorne F. H. 146 Broad 
Paige C. E. 15 Kilby 
Quintard, W r ard, Allen, & Co. 24 

Kilby 
Keed James M. 1 7 Doane 
Repplier George S. 27 Doane 
Rommel J. jr. 21 Doane 
Sawyer Edwin R. & Co. 42 Kilby 
Scott Walter & Co. 29 Doane 
Seaver E. 25 Kilby 
Sinnickson & Co. 21 Doane 
Snelling Howard & Co. 33 Congress 
Stevenson & Pierson, 48 Kilby 
Taylor S. P. & Co. 18 State, and 529 

Commercial 
THWING S. C. & CO. 77 State 
Tyler J. M. 25 Doane 
Tyler & Co. 19 Doane 
Van Dusen, Brother, & Co. 5 Doane 
Vaughan B. 42 India 
Wallace W. & Co. 11 Doane 
I Wannemacher & Co. 36 Kilby 
I Weld, Sherwin, & Co. 19 Doane 
I WHITTIER A. R. 15 Doane 
! Williams James M. W. 66 State 
Winslow George M. & Co. 103 State, 

228 Causewav, and 139 Cross 
Witherell O. D. 95 State 

Coal Mining Companies. 

BOSTON & LACKAAVANA COAL 

CO., Jos. F. Dean, treas. 23 Doane 
BOSTON & MAIIANOY COAL 

CO., Jos. F. Dean, treas. 23 Doane 
Butler Colliery Co., D. L. Demmon, 

treas. 134 State 
Colonial Mining Co., John Howarth, 

pres. 221 Washington 
Cumberland Coal Co. 97 Commercial 
Gilbcrton Coal Co., G L. Hunting- 
ton, treas. 80 State 
Hampshire & Baltimore Coal Co., 

Stevenson & Peirson, ants. 48 Kilby 
Harleigh Coal Co. A. D. Lamson, 

treas. 66 State 

IXS. CO. of Syrittgflcld, >Inss. Boa- 
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Coal Mining Companies — continued. 
Henry Clay Coal Co. B. A. G. Ful- 
ler, treas. 26 Merchants' Exchange 
Hickory Coal Co. Wfii. F. Matehett, 

treas. 43 City Exchange 
Lawrence Coal Co. J. C. Allien, treas. 

19 Doane 
Locust Dale Coal Co., F. Jaques, 13 

Exchange 
Mount Lafl'ee Coal Co., C. March, 

treas. 17S Congress 
MOUNT PLEASANT COAL CO. 

23 Doane 
ROARING BROOK COAL CO. 

23 Doane 
Shawmut Coal Co., J. Francis Incker- 

man, treas. 42 Court 
Short Mountain Coal. Co., Win. B. 

Fowle, treas. 38 City Exchange 
Stock bridge Fron Co., E. L. Baker, 

treas. 40 City Exchange 
Suffolk Coal Co. T. H. Bacon, treas. 

22 Congress 
Summit Branch R. R. Co., Wm. B. 

Fowle, treas. 38 City Exchange 

Coal Sifters. 

Wadman W. B. 1197 & 1447 Wash. 

and 83 and 85 North 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 
Abbott J. & Co. 370 Charles 
Adams J. Edson & Co., Swett, opp. 

Lead Works 
Adams Wm. Henry, 1 1 Water 
Austin H. B. 35 Travers 
Barry Jotham & Co. 42 Kil'oy 
Batch elder Bros. 35G Federal and 25G 

Broad 
Batchelder H. L. & Co. 51 Harr. av. 

and B, corner Third 
Bell John, 200 Causeway ' 
Benson Frederick A. 3u Ki-Iby 
Bliss T. K. 6 Nashua 
Bosworth & Hamlin, 250 Federal 
Brigham Nahum, 444 Federal 
Brigham <x Piper, 230 Federal 
Bullard, Thomas, & Co. Albany, foot 

of Troy, Fiske's whf, and 81 State 
Burnham & Darrow, 036 Federal 
Caldwell J. J Federal, foot of First, 

and 1207 Tremont 
Calef A. D. 294 Harrison avenue and 

418 Federal 
CLAFLIN & WELLINGTON, 20 

Doane and 240 Federal 
Clark Win. & Co. 11M Tremont 
Clark & Leatherbee, Lehigh, opposite 

Way & Albany, opp. Dcdham 
Coleman H. C-, Granite, c. Baldwin 
Conh-v & Niekerson, 378 First 
Cook* Jordan, & Morse, 1191 Wash. 

and Albany, foot of Maiden 
Craft* Henry Sc Sou, 610 Federal 
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Curran J. F. 1 So. Margin, c. Pitta 

Curtis Frederick, 2.30 Federal 
dishing Perez, C, cor. Fir-t 
Darrow Charles $86 Federal and 771 

Washington [Brorafield 

Day <<: Co., Howard Day, agent, 56 
Dunning & Crabtree, Curve, near 

Harrison avenue 
Emery Wm. H. & S. L. 288 Federal 
Faunce C. B. & Co. 1301 Tremont 
Fernandez Francis, 128 Lever*** 
Foster Thos. P. Sc Son, foot Hanover 
Frost A. 144 Merrimae 
Gibson Nehemiah, Ferry wharf, E.B. 
Gove A. & Son, Wec-ks's whf. Border, 

n. Central sq. E.B. 
Greer John, rear 80 West Cedar 
Hall Alfred A. 60 Church 
Hall L. & Co. Webster, cor. Oilcans 
Hall S. & Co. Border, near Decatur 
Ham Jos. Northampton, cor. Albany 
Holmes Jacob Pi. 1G0 Border, E.B.' 
Huntley Wm. C. 81 Essex 
Jones & Co. 'JG Washington 
Keei'e Wm. J. & G. PL 656 Federal 

and 1154 Tremont 
Lambert D. P. 168 Commercial 
Lincoln N., Lincoln's wharf 
Little S. O. 99 State 
L1TTLEFIELD & LORD (wood) 6 

Commercial 
Loring H. W. 126 Fourth 
Lyons H. O. 72 Eliot 
Mavo Charles H. 581 Shawmut ave. 
MeAbee N. S. & Co. 52 First 
McNAUGHT PETER 6c SON, 29 

Burke (coal, see page So 3) 
Morse L. B. 880 Harrison ave. 
Murray M. 167 Endicott 
Newell & Burnham, 117 Revere 
Nichols W. H , Bartlett's wharf 
Noyes Benjamin, 22 State 
Oa'kman & Eldridge, 'J'J State 

Charlestown 
Odiorne F. H.140 Broad 
Page James B. 210 Rugales 
PARTHEIMULLER F. 4 Lowell 

place (see page 06'J) 
Patterson O. N. 126 Purchase 
Penniman II. 327 Fourth 
Phelps S. 96 Washington 
Pike J. M. & G. El. 831 Albany 
Poor James E. & Co. 700 Washington 
Pratt C. H. 131) Cross 
Prentice Theodore, 320 Broad 
Prentice W. II. & Son, 320 Broad 
Prescott W. L. & C. J. Harrison ave. 

corner East Castle 
Prescott & Chapin, Liverpool wharf 
Rand O. T. 1267 Tremont 
Richardson C. R. :; .Milk (kindling) 
Ridgway John J. 5 N. Russell 
Uubbins J. & Co. U9 Sumner & Stur- 

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Robbina S. 350 Broad & S06 Tremont 

Robv D. & Co. 280 Causeway 

Shattuck B, F, 3 Thatcher 

Shenard Chas, 1). & Co. n i Dover 

Sherwood I). D. 119 Beach 

Sne.lHrij! Howard & Co. .33 Congress 
& Jii'jjeFsoIKs wharf, & Albany, loot, 
of Canton 

Stetson A. M. & Co. First, foot of I 

Stevens It. 3 7 North Anderson 

Sullivan Daniel, 54 Suffolk 

Talbot J. 1-26 Fourth 

Taylor Simeon P. & Co. 16 State 

Tirrell Jesse & Co. 304 Federal 

Turner James, rear 130 Cambridge 

Yinal C. P. 354 Charles, foot Poplar 

Warren F. C. foot of Allen 

Wellington Bros. 20 Doane 

White John R. & Son; Colby's wharf, 
Mt. Washington ave. 

WHITTIER A. R. 15 Doane 

Williams J. M. W. 66 State 

WING ATE & FIELD, 198 Broad 
(see pa<re 693) 

Winslow Geo. M. & Co. 228 Cause- 
way and 139 Cross 

Wiswall & Co. 252 Federal 

Witherell O. D. 95 State 

Wood C. B., Charles, cor. Levere'tt 

Young C. & Co. 4^-5 Commercial aud 
97 State 

Cocoa Manufacturers. 

BAKER WALTER & CO. 201 State 

Preston John, 162 State 

Webb Josiah & Co. 48 Chatham 

Cocoa Nut. (Prepared.) 
Robinson Wm. F. 8 North Market 

Cocoa-Nut Cake Baker. 
KRIEGEL GEORGE, 24 Chadwick, 
cilice 5 Dock sq. (for price, see page 
818) 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 
Berry N. & Sons, 28 Central 
Carter, Mann, & Co. 43 Water 
Davis Noah & Co. 63 Charlestown 
Dwinell & Co. 35 Batterymarch 
Flint Brothers & Co. 50 & 52 Broad 
Fuiiarton J. & Co. 12 N. Market 
Garfield Win. II. 19 Harvard place 
Gtines J. T. & N. 2 Haymarket sq. 
Hayward & Co. 25 Haverhill 
Maynard & Co. 50 Commercial 
. Nfiw'M H. B. 36 South Market 
Oriental Tea Co. 87 Court 
Iland \V. D. 188 State 
Richardson & Lane, 7 Haverhill 
Russell, Stewart, & Co. 52 Chatham 
Sticknev & Poor, 19 and 20 India 
SWAIN, PLATT, & E'AllLE, 1 
r ^ Broad (see page 806) 
Tremont Coffee and Spice Mills, J. 
F. Gault, agent, 43 Way 



Coffin Warehouses. 

Cotter James, 296 Federal 
Ellard Daniel, 349 Federal 
Farrell James, 169 Endicott 

Ileintz John, 1124 Tremont 
Jones Lewis, 122 Court 
Lavery J. W. 54 A 
Manning William, 813 Albany 
Peak J. & Son, 146 Friend 
Pierce J. W. 190 Federal 
Rafferty Patrick, 62 Merrlmac 
Smith Franklin & Son, 251 Tremont 
Tinkham J. 20 Howard 
Waterman Joseph S. 1912 Wash. 
Whitney N. P. 19 Blossom 

Collars. 

(See also Paper Collar Manufs.) 
Glazier, Marean, & Co. 81 Summer 
llawley F. A. & Co. 13 Otis 
| Judson G. C. & Co. 2 Lincoln. 
' Leland Emerson, 6 Arch [shire 

; Leland, Wheelock, & Co. 81 Devon- 
1 March Bros., Tierce, & Co. 10 Otis 
I Noyes Chas. A. & Co. 72 Summer 
; Skinner S. N. 84 Summer [mer 

Weil Chas., Dreyfus, & Co. 47 Sum- 
Collectors. 

ADAMS THOMAS, 33 School 
! Caverly Charles, 22 State 
j Connor James, 284 Washington 
\ Harrington John C. 10 North square 
| Haytbrd H. L. 1693 Washington 
i Lurvey J. T. 36 Washington 
j Martin D. A. 47 Congress, room 8 
| May John. 20 Court 
\ MeLellan C. W., Grand Junction whf 
i Neale John B. 74 Washington 



Rich Ed. R. 319 Bi 



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Silsbee J. P. 13 Court, square 
Thompson George, 76 Tremont 

Color Manufacturers. 

CARPENTER, WOODWARD. 8 

MORTON, 107 State 
Folsom, Gil man, & Pope, 63 Broad 
Morris Thomas D. 143 Broad 
| Wood Henry's Son & Co. 45 Broad 

Comb Makers. 

Gray Thomas A. (shell) 332 Wash. 
Josselyn E. K. 130 Wash, (shell) 

Commercial Brokers. 
I 

j Barnes & Carter, 5 Seollay's building 

Browne & Co. 23 Comire-s 

I Diman J. H. & Co. 90 Washington 

| Prurv C. F. 106 Court 

I Elliot II. F. 103 Blackstone 

! Foster Chas. II. 9 Srate 

i French G. W. 14 Commercial 

; Goodhue Alfred I). 283 Washington 

j Longley S. & Co. 20 State, room 6 



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Commercial Brokers — continued. 
Niles C. E. & Co. 15 Congress 
Pickering Mark, 163 Blackstone 
Head C. A. 72 Friend 
Taylor & Co. 20 State 

Commercial Colleges. 
Bill A. D. 40 Tremont 

Boston Nautical College, 49 Tremont 
Bryant, Strafton, & Hibbard, 366 

Washington 
Chamberlin Charles E. 538 Wash. 
Comer George N. 323 Washington 
Eaton Win. II. 283 Washington 
French Charles, 4G0 Washington 
Sawyer George A. 274 Washington 

Commissioners. 
(See page 90.) 

Commission Merchants. 
Abbot Geo. W. & Co. 21 Central whf. 
Abbott Henry W '. 24 Franklin 
Abbott & Gushing, 49 Commercial 
Adams Chapman, 37 N. Market 
Adams C. H. & Co. 28 North Market 
Adams C. F. & Co. 29 Commercial 
Adams C. W. & Co. 7 Doane 
Adams Edwin F. 27 Central wharf 
Adams R. A. & Co. 22 Milk 
Alden & Edwards, 23 India 
Allen .Daniel & Co. 149 Blackstone 
AllenlS. G. 118 Milk 
Ainory Charles, jr. 17 Batterymarch 
Andrews Chas. L. 1 Central wharf 
Archibald G. F. 36 Kilby 
Atherton, Hughes, & Co. 21 Lewis wf. 
AUSTIN BROTHERS & STEERE, 

32 and 36 Federal (fireworks) 
Austin Wra. R. 104 State 
Avevy II. N. 40 North Market 
Ayer & Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Babcock John B. 10 and 10 Arch 
Bailey Arthur H. 12 North Market 
Bailey George L. & Co. 1 India whf. 
Bailey, Jenkins, & Garrison, 164 Con- 
gress 
Baker Brothers, 73 Commercial 
Baker & Morrill, 13 Commercial 
Baldwin William II. 3 Commerce 
Ballard A. 3 Batterymarch 
Barker Bros. & Gardner, 44 Kilby 
Barnard George M. & Co. 26 Mer. 



Barr George L. 555 Commercial 
Barrett Edwin S. 96 Milk (goat 

sheep skins) 
Barry & Brother, 69 Federal 
Bartlett C. L. & Co. 16 Broad 
BARTLETT J. R. 127 State 
Bartlett, Swadkins, & Miller, 

Devonshire 
Bates W. A. & Co. 62 Kilby 
Bu\Jey J. R. 18 Sooth Market 
Bayley. Rollins, & Go. £6 State 



and 



10; 



Belknap L. & Co. 12 Clinton 
Benner E. & Co. 1 Commercial whf. 
Bennett, Rand, & Co. 13 <N: 20 North 

Market 
Bickf'ord I. H. 65 Clinton 
Billings, Chatree, & Co. 168 Devon- 
shire 
Bingham O. A. & Co. 16 Federal 
Birchard E. A. & Co. 22 City wharf 
Bird, Perkins, & Job, 39 lnd'ia wharf 
Blackler Wm. H. 5 basement Phoenix 

building 
Blake John S. ID Central wharf 
Blanchard II. & Co. 65 Comaiercial 
Blanchard, Pousland, & Co. 140 Com- 
mercial 
Boggs C. D. & Co. 166 Broad 
Bond & Davenport, 114 Lincoln 
Boone, Cannell, & Co. 72 Summer and 

23 Otis 
BOOTE EDWARD, Agent, 20 City 

wharf (see pa^e 668) 
Borges de F. H. M. 233 State and 130 

Central 
Bowen Otis E. & Co. 32 N. Market 
Boyle James O. & Co. 21 India whf, 
Boynton N. & Co. 87 & 89 Commercial 
Boynton W. H. & Co. 7 Central 
Braekett Jeffrey R. 40 State 
Bradbury Willi'am, 231 State 
Bray Thomas C. 21 Central wharf 
Briggs James W. 11 Custom House 

St. (oil) 
t Brigham J. B. & Co. 40 Central 
! Brintnall N. Y., 138 Commercial 
i Brockway & Dearborn, 109 Comml. 
i Brooks Luke, 59 Broad 
Brooks S. J. 17 Howe's wharf 
Brown & Bates, 55 Commercial (wool) 
Burgess Benj. & Sons, 55 Merchants 

Exchange 
! Bush James P. 19 Doane 
j Bush & Comstoek, 14 Broad 
j Butman F. C, 38 Central 
; Byrnes W. B. 34 Doane 
i Candler, Todd, & Co., 35 Broad 
Capen & Pierce, 6 & 8 Custom House 
st (oils) 
j Cargili J., 14 Commercial 
| Carlisle Joseph, 454 Federal 
j Carruth & Sweetser, 25 Broad 
! Carter O. & Co., 53 Chatham 
| Chamberlin Bros, & Co.. 117 Federal 
j Chase A. K. & Co., 102 Commercial 
! Cheney & Miliiken, 101 Summer 
j Chenery & Co., 196 State 
1 Chessman W. H., 9 Central 
j Child D. ft., 19 Central 
! Church, Randal!, & Co., 105 State 
' Churchill, Brown, &Manson, 27 India 
i Clap & Brother, 173 State 
Clark B. C. & Co., 4 Central wharf 
Clark Samuel, 37 Commercial 
Clark & Woodward, Fort Hill wharf 



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Cobb Samuel C, 47 Central wharf 
Con, ir.t K. S. & Co., 21 Commercial 
Congdon Louis, 96 Hiffh (leather) 

Cotton & II iley, L28 State 

Cowing & Hatch, 4.3 Pearl (boots and 

shoes) 
Crafts Win. B., 37 Commercial 



Creagh & Berrv, 127 Stale 
Crocker M. & Co., 9 India 
Crockett Brothers, 43 Commercial * 
Crowell P. & Sons, 70 Commercial 
Cummins T. K. & Co., 14 Central 

wharf 
Curtis, Bouve, & Co.. 130 State 
Gushing J. Rice (hardware), 6 7 .Fed i 
Cushing, Porter, & Cades, 161 Milk 

(drugs) 
Daland Bros., 11 Liberty square 
Dana Bros., 1 Central wharf 
Dane & Hough, 19 Blackstone 
Daniels F. J. & Co.. 40 Summer 
Darling C. B., 129 State 
Darling John G., 4 7 Commercial 
Davis Adolphus, 18 Central wharf 
Davis John, 158 Devonshire 
Davis W. H. 27 Doane 
Delano & Dinsmore, 1 F. II. Market 
Belong & Seaman, 5 Central wharf 
Dennie James, 22G State 
Denny, Rice, & Co., 49 Franklin 

(wool) 
Deshon James, 29 Central wharf 
Dewey Edward & Co., 213 State 
Dickinson Benjamin, 38 Milk 
Dickinson D. L. 214 State 
Dimlck & Russell, 90 Commercial 
Doane S. P. & Co., 13 N. Market 
DODGE JOHN T. & CO., 6 Custom I Greenough James 



Fearing Lincoln, 1C4 State 
Fenno, Abbott, & Co., 19 City wharf 
Ferris John, 10 North Market' 
Field, Converse, & Alien, 52 and 51 

High (hides and leather) 
Fisher & Co.. 23 Central wharf 
Fiske Josiali. 164 St«re 
Fitz Philip & Co.. Ill Commercial 
Flagg J. P. & Co., 107 Milk (wool) 
Flint, Peabody, & Co.. 11 t State 
Flint Thomas & Co., 29 Federal and 

92 Devonshire (hardware) 
Foote Oscar, 45 North Market 
Forrest W. B., 146 Broad 
1 Foster, Candler. & Co.. 225 State 
j Foster, Swazey, & Co., 15 Doane 

(lumber) 

| Foster & Taylor, 115 Broad (foreign) 

Foster, Weeks. & Co.. 142 Blackstone 

Fowle G. M. & Co., 48 Central wharf 

Fowle & Carroll, 28 India wharf 

(foreign) 
Francis Charles, 56 Summer 
Frazar A. A. & Co.. IK, Federal 
j French, May, & Co., 9 Blackstone 
j Frost Henry & Co.. 80 Summer 
! Gammans James J.. 103 Commercial 
j Gardiner O. W. & Co.. 89 Franklin 
i Gay. Dana, & Co.. 44 High 
! Gavle & Co., 51 Commercial 
j Gill & Lootz, 27 Central wharf 
! Glidden & Williams, 114 State 
Goldsmith N. F. & Co., 7 Central whf. 
Gorman Wm., 118 Broad 
Grafton & Remiek, 79 Summer 
Gray George H. & Dan forth, 48 India 
Greeley Wm. H. & Co.. 44 India whf. 



4 7 Commercial 



House St. (see page 834) 
Drake, Leman, & Co., 15 India wharf 
Draper, Baker, & King, 15 Charles- 
town 
Browne George R. & Co., 47 Congress 
Drury Otis, Grav's wharf 
Dttbuc J. P. P. 251 & 29i State 
Dudley Joseph Y."G6 State 
Dupee John, 3 Commercial 
Dyer E. C, 158 Devonshire 
Dyer S. N.jr., 17 Central wharf 
Eaton. Cumings, & Co.. 26 Central 
EATON & LANE, 5 F. H. square 

(produce) 
Eekley A. A., 12 Central wharf 
Kdman.ls Jas. F. & Co., 172 State 

(flour) 
EDMOND J. & CO., 13 Liberty sq. 



Greenwood J. M. 15 Summer 
j GnswoM, Whitney, & Co., 37 Mer- 
! chants row 

I Hate J. M. & Co., 6 Blackstone 
; Hall Jacob. 39 Lewis wharf 
j Hall John G. & Co., 64 Chatham 
j Hall Samuel W., 40 Fulton 
! Hall &Beck, 27 North Market 
i Hall &Macomber, 114 Milk 
i Hall, Myrick, & Co., 118 Commercial 
j Halloweli & Coburn (wool), 98 Fed'l. 
1 Hapgood C. E. & Co., 27 Commercial 

(wool) 
i Harding Bros. & Co., 72 Summer 
! Hardy Alpheus & Co., 181 State and 

78 Central 
| Harris & Phinney, 9 Central wharf 
| Harris Horatio & Co.. 18 India 

"Harris T. B. 22 North Market 



(see back colored page) 
Ett&fej Lihbev. & Darling, 19 Com- | Hart S. Rowland. 23 Pha-nix building 

mercial 
Everett II. B. & Co.. 54 Milk 
Kab'er Oc Pullen, 154 North 



Pariaw John S. & Co., 38 India 
Parw.dl A. G. & Co., 8 Central wl 
Faxon Lsaiah & Son. 8 Channing 



Haseltine J. F... 110 Water 
Ilaseltine W. B. & Co., 13 Foster's 

wharf 

Haskell T. IL, 150 State 
Hastens William & Son, 21 Kiiby 

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Commission Merchant* — combined. 
Ilawes \Vm. 300 Commercial 
HeathfiekJ T. !>.. 51 Commercial 
Henry S. 0. & Co.. 1 Pearl St. Ho. 
Hicks & Hathaway, 3 Commerce 
HILL GEORQE & CO., 139 Federal 

(hardware) 
Hills & Bios., 117 South 
Hobbs, Pope, & Co.. 221 State 
Hodgkinson, Goodwin, & Co., -27 

Doane 



| Lewis A. S. & W. G. & Co. 17 Rowe's 
wharf 

! Lewis, Bailey, & Co. (Calcutta), 19 
Central 
Lewis Daniel & Co. Merchants row 
Lewis II. F. 26 Kilby 
Lewis & Folger, 51 Commercial 
Lewis & Hall, 9 Merchants row 
Libbey Frank, 32 S. Market 
Libbey W. 19 Commercial 
Lincoln J. F. & Co. 81 Commercial 
Lincoln J. M. & Son, 140 Commercial 



Holmes, Bates, & Nichols. 62 Broad 

HOUGHTON, BRINK, & CO.. 100 | Lincoln Wm. & Co. 15 Central 

and 102 Broad (liquors and wines) | Linder & Meyer, 17 India wharf 
Hovev, Mead, & Co., 71 North Littlefield & Enslin, 9 North Market 

Howard Benjamin's Sons. 26 Kilby LITTLEFIELD & LORD, 6 Coin- 
HOWARD, 1 SON, & CO., 11 North | mercial (lumber) 



Market 
Howe Francis, 19 Doane [Market 
Howes, Scudder, & Crocker. 38 North 
Howtett George C, 25 Central wharf 
Hoxie T. W. & Co., 43 Long wharf 
Hunnewell J. W.j 7 & 8 Com. wlif. 



Lock & Holmes, 20 Clinton 
LOMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis wharf 

and 9 T wharf (see page 685) 
Lord, Stone, & Denny, 8 Blackstone 
Loring & Co. 34 India wharf 
Loring & Shute, 30 Broad 



Hunt H. W. & Co., 16 Central wharf Lovell Win. L. 80 Summer 



Ingraham David IL, 91 Broad 
JeTlison L., 18 Central wharf 
Jenkins F. P., 119 Milk 
Jenkins H. W. 119 Milk 
Jenney Stephen, 46 India 
Johnson Earl W., 33 Devonshire 
Johnson H. E. & Co., 110 Milk 
Jones I, H. jr. & Co.. 144 Congress 
Kaan George, 13 Central wharf 
Kemble & Hastings, 69 Commercial 
Kendall IT. A., 40 Fulton 



Low, Ilersey, & Gary, 170 Congress 
Lowry Maxwell & Co. 101 Devonshire 
Lynch Camille, 156 State 
Maeomber William, 9 7 State 
Maguire James, 75 State 
Mann N. P. & Co. 220 State 
Manning J. E. 205 State 
March A. S. & Co. Go Milk 



MARDEN WM. L. S 

ket (produce) 
Marsh Win. K. & Co. 



5 North Mar- 

5 Commercial 
Kent Wm. & Co.. 144 State (lumber) I Marshall F. H. 25 Shoe & Leather 

1 Maxwell E. II. 18 India wharf (liq- 
uors, &c.) 
Maynard & Sons. 34 Commercial 
Mayo Noah, 9 Commercial 
Mayo & Tyler, 80 Commercial 
McCarthy "Campbell; 89 Franklin 
MeElroy J. W. 5 Central wharf 
McGilvray D. F. & Co. 171 Tremont 
Mclnnes John, 14 7 Congress 
McLean A. 88 Commercial . 
.Mead A. &" O. W. & Co. 35 N. Mar- 



Keyes Amos & Co., 20 Clinton and 26 

Blackstone 
Kidder Frederic. 136 Milk 
Kilham A. D. & Co.. 5 and 6 North 

Market 
Kimball L. L., 1 North Market 
King S. A. 43 North Market 
Kiugsley C. W. & Co., 2 Commerce 
Kinsman Win. II. & Co., 209 State 
Lamb Salem T.. 23 Central 
Lamson J. & J. F. & Co., 13 B'kstone 



Lamson & Leonard. 18 City Exchange I ket »" d 3 ' 5 Clinton 

Lane Chas. & Co.. 115 Federal ' | Median William, 7 Central wharf 

LANG & DELANO. 2 India wharf| Merrill George, 18 S. Market 

(see pa«re 806) | Merrow John F. 6 Fulton 

Lawrence°Daniel W., 555 Commercial I Miller Bros. & Willis, 22b Broad 
Lea J. & J. T. & Co., 1.6 Arch j Miller Levi B. 105 Fulton (cotton 

LEACH & HOLMES, 20 Clinton, I and wool) 

under N. E. House Mitchell Jas. II. 92 State 



Learned A., 29 North Market 
Lee Jas. W«, 71 Congress 
Leeds Richards. 15 Central [North 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. 75 and 7 7 
Leland, Allen, & Bates, 69 Franklin 
Leland Emerson, 6 Arch 
Leobaldti & Meyer, 56 Summer 
LEONARD JAMES A. loS Broad 
(oils) 



Mitchell & Plummer, 3 N. Market 
Mixer, Whitman, .Sc Co. 44 Broad 
Morey & Co. 19 7 State 
Morse E. & Co. 84 Commercial 
i Moulton George S. 6c Co. 96 Summer 
: Mowry \V. B. 2 North Market 
! Mud-e E. R., Sawyer, & Co. 57 Sum- 

mer 
| Mudjrett W. S. 71 Congress 



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Mullay John, 59 Court 
Xv.-li, Spaulding, & Co. 87 Broad 
Xazro Brothers, 5 Chatham row 
N&zro O. G. 5 Chatham row 

Naxro. Parker, & Co. 105 Commercial 
Neal & Crowuinshield. 6 Central 
Nelson Henry, 44 Broad (eiicars) 
Newconib John J. & Son, 60 Cotn'l 
Nichols, Parker, & Dupee, 103 Fed- 
eral (wool) 
Norcross W. F. 136 Milk 
O'Donnell J. 162 Broad 
Gsborn A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 
Osborn J. W. 223 Commercial 
Page, Kidder, & Co. 11 & 12 Black- 
stone 
Page, Richardson, & Co. 70 State 
Page William, 11 Custom House 
Paine Wm. R. 36 Broad 
Parker Mason G. & Co. 14 Central 

wharf* 
Parker S. T. & Co. 141 Milk _ 
Parsons & Reed, 73 Commercial 
Patch Daniel A. 45 Kilbv 
Paul & Hollis, 50 Norjdi Market 
Pea body Henry W. & Co. 1 1 Liberty 

square 
Pearson & Co. 233 State and 130 

Central 
Pvirce 15. O. 16 Kilbv 
PERKINS & SANDERSON, 96 & 

98 Broad (liquors & wines) 
Perrin Lewis, 86 Commercial 
Peters Edward D. & Co. 12 Central 

wharf 
Pitcher, Flitner, & Co. 200 Comm'l 
Pluiner & Co. 173 State 
Plummer W. E. 210 Congress 
Pollard S. S. & Co. 7 Central 
Poor Samuel, jr. 19 Charlestown 
Porter Brothers 42 Summer 
POST & GODDAKD (see page 686) 
Putter & Demmon, 30 City wharf 
Preseott Harrison, 19 Central 
Prichard & Co. 75 State 
Priest Charles C. & Co. 152 Congress 
Priest John L. 14 Central wharf 
Prince & Co. 1 74 State 
Putnam, Wiggin, & Upton, 29 North 

Market 
Quincy Thos. D. & Co. 40 Comm'l 
Raeder Henry, 3 Commercial 
Pvandall J. W. & J. L. 9 N. Market 
Reed P. \\ '. 73 Commercial 
Heynokb Edward B. 44 Kilby 
Reynolds IV. .11. & Co. 206 State 
Rich Saebnati & Co. 9 Commercial 
live & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Richard*, Ad mis, L y Co. 235 Stare 
U«-hards.m B. Eleber, 15 Rowe'swhf. 
[Udimund ,\ Pray, IS9 State 

Thorn is H, Battery wharf 
Win. F. 8 North Market 
& Co 3- Canal 

&A*»ACIU JiETTS 3IUTU4Jli LIFE 
tou oiUce, 17 i Washington Jiti^et ; 



| Rockwell & HicVok, 12 Blackstone 
Rodocanachi J. M. ^ Co. 30 Central 
wharf 
j UogerS, Crocker, & Co 19 Doane 
- Rogers Gorham, 61 Kilby 
| Ross, Pearce, & Co. 50 Milk 
; Sehnit/er Jacob, 3:5 Central wharf 
Schumacher J. & Co. L9 Doane 
SCUDDER, BARTLETT, & CO. 

56 Broad (flour & oils) 
Scudder Harvey & Co. 21 Comm'l 
Scudder Horace 8c Co. 123 Comm'l 
Scudder. JRogers, & Co. 71 Federal 
Sears J. Henry, 92 State 
Sears & Durham, 1 78 & 180 State 
Seaver Jacob W. & Co. 44 Kilby 
Seaverns A. 120 Milk- 
Shaw George A. 29 Kilby 
Shaw James M. 97 State 
Shaw John \V. & Co. 97 State 
Shelton P. S. & Co. 4 Central wharf 
Sherburne J. A. 59 Broad 
SHERMAN E. A. 31 India (oils) 
Sidebottom R. H. 283 Wash. 
Siders Chas. & Co. 119 Commercial 
Silva, Archer, & Co. 233 State 
Skinner S. N. 84 Summer 
Smith Charles & Co. 6 Central whf. 
Smith Charles Howard, 4U India 
Smith Richard B. 6c Co. 11 Federal 
j SNEERING S. G. 82 Milk 
J Snow 8c Co. 24 North M-irket 
j "Soper R. & Son, 111 Commercial 
j Southard, Hudson, & Co. 52 Corn'l 
Sparhawk D. H. 8 7 Milk 
Speare & Gregory, 3 Central wharf 
Spencer T. W. &*Co. 2G Centred wf. 
Spooner W. B. & Co. 163 Congivss 
Spra^ne Francis & Co. 11 Central 
Sprague, Soule, & Co. 10 T wharf 
Stanwood, Jacobs, & Co. 10 North 

Market 
Stearns C J. 94 High 
Stetson & Pratt, 28 Broad 
Stodder Charles, 75 Kilby 
STONE SAWYER S. 81 Milk 
Storrow & Van Brunt, 5 Chat ham row 
Sturtevant J.«D. 134 State 
Surette Louis A. G2 Commercial 
Swasev J. B. & Co. 127 State 
SWETT A. O. 81 Hanover 
Swift John, 92 Federal 
Tappan J. H. A. 8 7 Milk 
Teel A. F. & Co. 3 7 Central 
iThacher II. C. &. Co. 69 Kilby 
Thaxter Benjamin, 21 s State 
Thayer, Brigham, & Co. 32 India 
Thayer & Lincoln, 13 Commercial 
Thompson E. 1 7 ' 



Central wharf 

' Thwire-- Bros. 1 1 Central wharf 



C. & CO. 



Mate 



llobitis 


Kwbina 

K .bin- 



■TIIWING S. 

i (eoai) 

j Tilestoii E. G. & Co. 70 State 

I Tilton Stephen & Co. 10 Central wf. 

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Commission yferchnnls — continued. 
Tisdale. Wilde, & Co. 101 Com! 
Tobey II P. 23 Broad 
Torrey E. E. 6: Co. 127 Commercial 

Townsend I. P. & Co. 3 Commercial 

Townsentl & Yale, 149 Devonshire 
Tower 6c Jov, .35 Commercial 
T.u-ker H. F. 13 Doane 
Turner John JB. 44 Kilby 
Tuttle Joseph W. 18 Clinton 
Tyler David & Co. 18 S. Market 
Upham G. P. & Co. 206 State 
Vaughan Benjamin, 42 India 
Vila James & Co. 51 Federal (wool) 
Vinal Quincy" A. 44 Commercial 
Vose Thomas B. 210 State 
Wadsworth G. W. 32 S. Market 
Wannemacher & Co. 36 Kilby 
Ward Chas. T. 103 State 
WARE JOHN S. & CO. 4 K. Market 
Warner B. F. 5 Central wharf 
Warren Henry W. & Co. 27 Central 

wharf 
Warren & Co. 132 State 
Weld's Aaron D. Sons. 193 State 
Wettch S. & Co. 129 State 
Wesolowski M. & Co. 125 Broad 
Wheeler J. P. jr. 174 State 
Wheeler W. D. 4G Congress 
Wheelock F. F. & Co. 72 Federal 
Wheelwright E. 57 Fulton 
Wheelwright, Pippy, & Co. 89 Sum- 
mer 
White & Howe, 19 Doane 
Whitmore C. O. & Sons, 1 Central 

wharf 
Whitney & Sampson, 70 Long whf. 
Whittemore W. & F. H. 32 Broad 
Wilbur & Bryant, 16 Clinton 
Wilder A. IL 57 Fulton 
Williams & Tyler. 6 Commercial 
Williams Horace P. & Co. 16 Arch 
Williams Jarvis & Son, 41 Kilby 
Willkms & Gould, 84 Kneeland 
Willis II. G. 118 Milk 
AVilson John L. 17 Rowe's wharf 
Window W. H. & Co. 14 7 Milk 
Winder Alfred 8c Son, 70 Long wharf 
Winsor Nath'i. 8c Co. Broad, c. State 
Winsor, Chamberlain, 8c Co. 130 State 
Winter Royal. 58 Federal 
Wise I). P.' 3 2 S. Market 
Wise & Russell, 213 State 
Wood H. T. & Co. 226 State 
Woodward & Mann, Harris wharf, 182 



(see 



Condensed Milk. 
Lewis W. K. 8c Brothers, 93 Bread 
(Borden's patent) 

Confectioners [Manufacturers.) 

Bird, Wright, 8c Co. 75 Court 
Bradshaw Albert, 12 Hawiey 
Cain & Brooks, 73 Haverhill 
Chase 8c Co. 114 Congress 
FERA GEORGE, 343 Wash. 

p.-vre 673) 
FORES, HAYWARD, & CO. 96 & 

9s Sudbury (see page 704) 
Moore E. V. 6c Co. 4 TUackstone 
.Murdoch Wm. C. 15 Marshall 
Roberts Bros. 157 8c 3u7 Broadwav 
SCHRAFFT W. F. 11 Elm (see 

page 834) 
SOU THMAYD 8c CO. Tremont, c. 

Brom field 
Stahl William F. 23 Essex 
Confectioners. 
Akers & Co. 1603 Washington 
Austin Esther, 207 Broadway 
Banford Richard, 156 Harrison ave. 
Barnes T. E., Boston Ferry 
Belcher E. J. & Co. 284 Wash. 
Bell house Margaret, 123 Eliot 
Berry Samuel, 692 Washington 
Bilb H. H. 1861 Washington 
Bird, Wright, & Co. 75 Court 
Bliss E. S. 243 Hanover 
Blunt H. 715 Tremont 
Brigliam Martin F. 1877 Wash. 
Carroll Benj. 183 Hanover 
Chaffee George R. 254 Broadway 
Childs & Co. 6 Lewis, E. Boston 
Clare E. M. 50 Myrtle 
Copeland A. F 208 Washington 
Copeland C. 4 Tremont row 
Crowe Lizzie Miss, 1842 Wash. 
DeGooder M. 402 Harrison ave. 
Dickey R. C. 246 Hanover and 90 

Harrison ave;. 
Doolmg James, 1247 8c 1249 Wash. 
Dorraan Francis, Eliot square, near 

Highland 
Feld Frederick, 83 Eliot 
FERA GEORGE, 343 Washington 

(see page 673) 
Ferdinand Francis, 117 Broadway 
Fitieid M. B. Mrs. 263 Dearborn * 
FOBES, HAYWARD. & CO. 

(wholesale). 96 and 93 Sudbury, 

(see page 704) 
Ford Charles W. 1205 Washington 



Broad 
Wright, Goodwin, 8c Capen, 115 | Forrester Joseph, 26 7 Meridian 

Federal, (wool) I French G. L. 1575 Washington 

Wyman 8c Arklay, 59 8c 61 Summer Hancock Samuel. 76 Pleasant 
Yeaton G. H. & Co. (produce), 18] Haven Abner, 11 School 

North Market 



Composition Rollers. 
Greene George A. 21 School, up stairs 



Hambro M. 1042 V Washington 
Hedge Chas. F. 413 Washington 
Hobart A. C. Mrs. 51 G4 Wash. 
Jfessop J. H. 10 Tremont 



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Johnston J. S. jr. 89 Hanover 
KRLEGEL GEORGE, 24 Chadwick 

office 5 Dock square (cocoanut cake 

manui.. ibr price, see page 818) 
Lake & Husten, 568 Washington 
Laury C. II. Mrs. 102 Cambridge 
Lincoln M. 12 Essex 
Littig Mary, 517 Tremont 
Marden E. W. 143 Shavrarat ave. 
May George R. 102 Court • 
Mayer Mary, 423 Washington 
Montgomery & Co. 423 Washington 
Moore A. Mrs. 135 Broadway 
Murdoch John, 16 Green 
Murdoch William C. 1790 Wash. 
Nelson J. H. 772 Tremont 
Pern ber ton Thomas, 77 Canton 
Pepper J. W. 154 Hanover 
Perkins A. S. 216 Tremont 
Reinbold A. J., Dearborn, e. Eustis 
Rivinius T. A. 124 Pleasant 
Roberts J. W. & J. II. 13 Hanover 
Roberts J. W. 64 Salem 
Savage J. Mrs. 277 Sumner 
SCHRAFFTWM. F. 11 Elm (see 

page 834) 
Seiberlich L. 37 Union 
Smith J. R. 1 & 5 Henry, E. B. 
SOUTHMAYD & CO.,' Tremont, c. 

Broin field 
Stahl Win. F. 23 Essex 
Stewart Geo. F. 45 Green 
Strain J. 263 Hanover 
Stark Mrs. 120 Dudley 
Tonilinson H. G. 233 Hanover 
Treseott Win, 113 Dorchester 
Tuesley Bros. 96 Tremont 
Tufts Wm. 737 Washington 
Warren N. C. 175 Cambridge 
Weber Frederic E. 23 Temple pi. 
Webster Albert, 235 Washington 
Wells Benj. F. 173 Court 
Wezansky J. & Co. 1188 Wash. 
Wheeler Jas. B. 545 Washington 
Wilkinson R. W. 45 Court 
Wiikshire II. 655 Washington 
Wihverth J., Yeoman, cor. Adams 
Woodbury Addie M. 102 Salem 

Consuls. 

Argentine Republic, David I). Stack- 
pole, 48 State 

Austrian Consul, J. Henry Gossler, 
jr. 31 India wharf 

Bavarian Consul, John Schumacher, 
^ 19 Doane 

Brazilian Vice-Consul, Stephen Hig- 
ginsdn, 1 Kilby [State 

British Consul, Francis Lousada, 127 

Danish Vice-Consul, E. C. Hammer ; 
Gill & Loot/, (acting), 2 7 Central 
. wharf 

French Consul, M. Arthur Lanen, 76 
City Exchange, l\) Devonshire 

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE 
ton office, 173 Washington Street $ 



I Greek Consul, J. M. Bodocanachi, Go 

Central wharf 
! Hawaiian Hands, Henry A. Pi 

6 7 Commercial wharf 
II ay ti an Consul, Benj. C. Clark, ( 

tral vvhari' 
Italian Vice-Consul, Gustavus M. 

Finotti, 28 Winter, mom 21 
Mexican Vice-Consul, C. L. Bartlett, 

16 Broad 
Netherlands Consul, G. Lootz, 2 7 

Central wharf 
North German Confederation Consul, 

J. Henry Gossler jr. 31 India whf. 
Peruvian Consul, Adolphus W i 

Lindall 
Portuguese Vice-Consul, M. Borges 

de F. H. 233 State & 130 Central 
Russian Vice-Consul, Robt. B. Storer, 

47 India wharf 
Spanish Cousul, Federico Granados, 

22 Congress 
Swedish and Norwegian Vice-Consul, 

G. Lootz, 27 Central wharf 
Turkish Consul, Joseph Iasigi, 36 

Central wharf 
Uraguay Vice-Consul, Charles Soule, 

jr. 103 State 

Contractors for Building. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 

Adams Edwin, 22 State 
Adams William, 41 Dover 
Bean H. P. 307 Shawmut avenue 
Blaisdell Albert, 3 Tremont row 
Cram Daniel, house 11 Chelsea, E. B. 
Dolan Thomas, 115 Hampden 
Downing Emanuel, Princeton, corner 

Brooks, E. B. 
Fitch Jonas, 383 Federal 
Harmon I. & H. M. 140} Tremont 

(superintendent), 22 Guild row 
Hayes Martin (cellars), 3 Berkley 
Nute Orsamus, L. Dedham. n. Albany 
Rollins Charles, 8 ( J Washington 
Stanton P. F., Warren, near Grove 

Hall 
Wadleigh Dexter E. 13 Dexter 
Wheeler Edward P. 33 Dwight 
Wood-berry Chas. & Son. 23 Congress 

Contractors for Public Works. 

Evans William, 43 Winter 

Munson N. C. 13 Studio Building 

Rowe S. S. 13 School 

Stanton D. N. & J. C. 25 Mer. Exch. 

Conveyancers. 

Berry Morrill P. 1887 Washington 
Goldsburv John, 31 Pemberton ?q. 
HUMPHREY EUGENE, 38 Old 

State [louse (see page 832) 
Kern cV Fitch, 2 Courtsq. Tudor bldg. 

I>'S. CO. of Spriuijlield, .Mn<s. Bou- 
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CoHvcpGrttcefn — continued. 
Mills John O. 13 Kilby 
Thompson Win. V. 16 Scollay's bl<3g. 
Wadswortn Alex. F. 9 R. R. Ex- 

r» lota era 



L57 



HILL & WRIGHT, 145 and 
Sumner, E. B. (see page 813) 
LANG & DELANQ* 2 India wharf 

(see page 8i>6) 
Mills James L. & Son, 160 State and 
519 Commercial 



Wright A. B. 12 Old State House 

Coopers. 
Abbot Benjamin, 22 Medford 
Beck Lewis, Boston wharf 
Boman & Darrow, 138 Milk 
Breed 6c Dow, 32 Central wharf 
Carlton John EL., Carbon's whf. E. B. 
Cate Samuel, 182 Commercial 
Close Emery, 18 TV Broad 
Connolly & Co. 49 Central 
Crowley James K. 1 Chatham 
Daniels Wm. 78 Harrison avenue 
Davis C. M. 26 North Market 
Eaton J. B. & Co. 340 Commercial 
Elliott J: II., Murray Court, E. B. 
Farquharson A. S., First, corner K 
Goddard E. W. 27 Richmond 
Gruben Anthony D. 23G Commercial 
HILL & WEIGHT, 145 and 157,, 

Simmer, E. B., Manufacturers and ' MA X ^ X a ^ ents for ^ evv -Bedford 



Coopers' Tools. 
LANG & DELANO, 2 India wharf 

("see page 806) 
Morss A. S. 210 Commercial 

Copper and Brass Foundries. 
Crowley J., Albany, corner Curve 
Hooper Henry N. & Co. 66 Causeway 
Ingolls J. P. & Co. 113 A 

Copper and Iron Pumps. 
Dalton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
back cover) 

Copper Dealers. 
Foster & Roby, 178 and 180 Com- 
mercial 



Dealers in every description of 
Casks. Barrels, &c. New and Sec- 
ond- Hand Flour Barrels, Half 
Barrels, Flour Barrel S hooks, Su- 
gar Barrels, New and Second- 
hand Water and Oil Casks, Square 
Water Tanks, Harness Casks, 
Buckets, Kegs, &c. Red and 
White Oak Shocks of every kind 
made to order (see page 813) 
Hinckley F. 94 Commercial 
Hull Hiram, 21 Eastern avenue 
Hussev J. & Co. south side Lewis wf. 
Kellcy E. A. 36 Hawle.y 
Kelley Levi, 40 Battery march 
Kenney Thomas. 44 Orleans, E. B. 
Lunt os. Swett, 18 N. Centre 
Mills J- L. & Son, 513 Commercial 
Nickles James M. 7 T wharf 
Ober John P. 323 Commercial 
Patten Wm. C. 205 Causeway 
PHILBRICK 6c KUItRUS, Granite, 

corner Richards 
Pitman J. II. & Co. 23 Ferry 
Sanger Z. 17 Custom House street 
Sawyer II. A. 200 Commercial 
Vannevar Alexander, 206 State 
VAX NOSTRAN1) WILLIAM T. 

118 Lincoln' (see page 6 78) 
Verge & Go. 12 Whan' 
Verge Thomas K. 301 ] Broad 
Warren A J. & Co. 392 Commercial 
Whoih-y John, 76 Broad 
Wiggin T. B. <x Co. 3 Bussey place 
Worthley Wm. 310 Commercial 



Copper Co. 1 Broad (see inside 

back cover) 
NEW BEDFORD COPPER CO., 

Joseph B. Glover & Co. agents, 30 

Central (see page 75 7) 
Revere Copper Co. J. Davis treas. 47 

Kilby 
Taunton Copper Co.. Crocker Bros. 

& Co. agents, 124 Stare 

Copper Mining Companies, 

Having Offices in Boston. 

Adams Mining Co. L. F. Burr, treas- 

31 Kilby 
Algomah Copper Mining Co. Solon 

Thornton, 24 City Exchange 
Allouez Mining Co. IT. Bigelow, treas. 

60 City Exchange 
Alta California Co. T. H. Bacon, 

treasurer, 22 Congress 
Argentine Silver Mining Co. D. L. 

Demmon, treasurer, 134 State 
Atlas Copper Co. F. Beck, treas. 58 

City Exchange 
Aztec Mining Co. S. Thornton, treas. 

24 City Exchange 
Bay State Mining Co. S. Thornton, 

treasurer, 24 City Exchange 
Boston Copper Co., It. W. Nelson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 
Boston 6c Lake Superior Mineral 

Land Co. H. Bigelow, treasurer, 60 

City Exchange 
Calumet Mining Co. Chas. W. Sea- 
114 State 



Cooperage Stock. 



i Concord Copper Mining Co. John 
I Brooks, 12 Phoenix building 
ELLERY II. 8 India wharf (see page [ Copper Falls Mining Co. 1 [. Bigelow, 

681) ! treas. 60 City Exchange 

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COPPER MINING COMPANIES — CORK CCTTERS. 



I 1" 



Copper Harbor Copper Co., F. Beck, ' Star Copper Company", II. W. Nelson, 



I 



treasurer, 58 City Exchange 
Dana Mining Co. H. W. Nelson, 

treasurer, 24 City Exchange 
Devon Mining Co. C. T. 1 toward, 

treasurer, 26 Kilby 
Dudley ftliiiing Co. F. Beck, treas. 

58 City Exchange 
Eagle River Miuing Co. A. D. Lam- 
son, treasurer, G(> State 
Franklin Mining Co. Charles Emery, 

treasurer, 62 Congress 
Hancock Mining Co. John Brooks, 

treas. 12 Phoenix building 
Hanover Mining Co. II. W. Nelson, 

treasurer, 24 City Exchange 
Ilecla Mining Co. Chas. W. Seabury, 

treasurer, 114 State 
Highland Copper Co. F. Beck, treas. 

58 City Exchange. 
Hulbert Mining Co. EL Bigelow, treas. 

60 City Exchange 



tn-a-;. 24 City Excfa 
St Louis Copper Co. F. Beck, treas, 

58 City Exchange 
Toltec Copper Mining Co. II. W. 

Nelson, treas. 24 City Exchange 
Tremont Mining Co. C. T. Howard, 

treas. 26 Kilby 
Victoria Mining Co. C. T. Howard, 

treas. 2<j Kilby 
Washington Copper Co. F. Beck, 

treas. oS City Exchange 
West Minnesota Mining Co. A. L. 

Cunningham, treas. 2 Change ave. 
Winthrop Mining Co. H. VV. Nelson, 

treas. 24 City Exchange 

Copper and Steel Plate Ma- 
kers. 
Gulch er P. G. 15 Morton place 

Coppersmiths. 



. . , . T w v . | ALLEN SAMUEL H. 39 Haverhill 

Humboldt Copper Co. H. W.Nelson, / e g34) 

treas. 24 City Exchange -p \* V f '.,n' ■,• ru c- vr 

, T . ~. J r^ -ry n i ' -Deal, Ivenuall, Cx Lo. 6< Merrimac 

Hungarian Copper Co. r. Beck, 



Coltman Henry W. & Co. Marginal, 
head of Cunard's wharf 

Davis & Hallberg, 36 7 Wash. 

Dudley B. F. 72 Harrison ave. 

Fisher J. P. 16 North square 

Foster & Robv. 178 Commercial 

Gay CM. 21 Warren 
i Hicks & Badger, 51 Pitts 
' Hunneman ^ Co. 2ti Union 
J Loring A. B. 6c S. H. 76 Harrison 

avenue 
I Sharp David, 31 First 
j Strater H. Cs: Sons, 78 Sudbury 



treas. oS City Exchange 
Iroquois Mining Co. A. S. Bigelovv, 

treas. 60 City Exchange 
Kearsarge Minting Co. L. F. Burr, 

treasurer, 31 Kiiby 
Madison Mining Co. F. Beck, treas. 

58 City Exchange 
Mesnard Mining Co. L. F. Burr, 

treasurer, 31 Kilby 
National Mining Co. transfer ofiice, 

28 Milk 
Native Mining Co. John Brooks, 

treas. 12 Phmnix budding 
New England Copper Co. A. L. Cun- i T kins L s§ & Son , 50 Uiilon 

nngW treas. 2 Change avenue j Vannevar E . B . & Ca 58 Fulton 
Ossipee Mining Co. L. 5 . Burr, treas. , w w & g U1 s m 

31 kilby 
Petheriek Mining Co. H. Bigelow, Copyist. 

treas. 60 City Exchange j Kidder S. B.Miss, 34 School 

Pewabie Mining Co. C. Emory, treas. j 

62 Congress 
Phoenix Copper Co. W. E. Coffin, j 

treas. 103 State 
Pittsburgh & Boston Mining Co. L. | 

F. Burr, transfer agent, 31 Kilby 
Pontiae Minim* Co. L. F. Burr, treas. { 

31 Kilby 
Silver Creek Mining Co. IT. Bigelow, 

treas. 60 City Exchange 



Cordage. 

Hingham Cordage Company. Whiton, 

Brother, & Co. 33 Commercial 
New Bedford Cordage Co. Fearing, 
Rodman, & Swift, 23 and 25 Com- 
mercial 
Nickerson Joseph & Co. 95 Comml. 
Pearson Bros. ,x Co. 90 Water 
Plymouth Cordage Co. i'y Ki by 
South Pewabic Copper Mining Co. I Rogers, duelling, & Co. 99 LJroad 

L. F. Burr, treasurer, 31 Kilby I Scudder, Rogers, 6: Co. 71 Federal 
South Si.leMiuingCo.il. W. Nelson, ! SE WALL, DAT, & CO. 83 Com- 



mercial 



treas, 24 City Exchange 
St. Glair Mining Co. A. D. Lamson, 

treasurer, 66 Slate 
St. Mary's Canal Mineral Land Co. j Beeching R. <S: Co. 80 Blackstone 

1L Bigelow. land agt. 60 City Ex. ' Holmes & Co. 109 Blackstone 
St. Marv's Copper Mining Co. F. | McQuade 11. 70 Sudbury 
•eas. 58 Citv Exchange 



Beck, 



Cork Cutters. 



Munroe & liarriu<rtou, 71 Sudbury 



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Corn Balls and Candy. 
Folsom J. F. 1 N. Centre 
Godfrey Henry I. 59 Cambridge 
llaskias J. IV. & Co. 5 Fulton 

Corn Brooms and Brushes. 
Howe E. F. 04 D6rclfe9ter 
Coroners. 
(See Contents.) 
Corsets. 
Adams C. M. Mrs. 368 Wash. 
ALLEN EZRA & SON. 295 

ington (see p;tge 690) 
BOSTON 



Gray & Co. (brokers), 27 Kilby 

Greene & Travis, 55 Kilby 

Gurney & Lougee (brokers^, 4 Lil>- 

erty square 
Hall George F. 67 Kilby 
Hart.-d.orn K. II (broker). 33 WaJ*r 
Haskell Bros. 293 and 295 Broad 
Hewitt & Co. (brokers), 67 Kilby 
Ilobbs John, 88 Water 
Keith D. B. & Co 209 1-2 Comml 
Lawton Geo. & Co. 305 & 807 Broad 
Lock wood F. 110 Milk [Water 

Loring & Atkinson, (brokers), 60 
MANNING & SEARS, 73 Kilby 
CORSET SKIRT CO. I McDavitt Daniel, 88 Water 



Wash- 



117 Summer (see front eolored Miller Levi B. (waste), 105 Fulton 



page) 

Brooks & Morrill, 10 Arch 
Clapp William <Sc Co. 307 Wash. 
Conant Bros. 399 Wash. 
Donovan R. Mrs. 14 Oxford 
Ford J. G. 51 Temple place 
GRISWOLD D. 0. k CO. 164 Dev- 
onshire 
Mason & Tucker, 160 Devonshire 
Neff W. J. Mrs. 17 Winter 
Paine A. Willis, 405 Wash. 
Rogers S. Miss, 230 Hanover 
Saunders D. B. & Co. 96 Summer 
Sherman M. A. Mrs. 287 Wash. 
Young James, 12 Hanover 

Costumers, 
At wood Daniel J. 351 Wash. 
Bricher William, 14 Kneelaud 
Curtis <Sc Woodbury, 362 Wash. 

Cotton Buyers. 
Dorr E. L. & Co. 46 Water 
Dvright D. A. & Co. 20 City Exchange 
KetteJl, StauwoOd, & Co. 26 Devon- 
shire 

Cotton Dealers. 
Badger Geo. II. 4 Liberty sq. 
Baker J. I. 46 Water 
Beebe L. 9 Merchants row 
Benns k Brown, 169 Milk 
Bigelow E. C. 53 Kilby 
Bradlee J. & Son, 138 Friend 
Brooks J. N. & Co. (brokers), 06 Kilby 
Brown A. 1). (broker), 53 Kilby 
Bryant H. 1*. il Liberty square 
Burnham J. A. 82 Milk 
Chamberlin Bros. & Co. 117 Federal 
Dabney Brothers (brokers), 62 Ki'by 
Dewey S. W. <S: Co. (brokers), 62 

Kilby 
Dickson B. IL (broker), 88 Water 
Dunbar E. F. & Co. 34 Central 
Emerson A. & Co. 324 Broad (wa.ste) 
Foster George II. lv Doane 
Freeman iS: Co. (brokers,), 50 Kilby 
Frye 1). O. 31 Central 
Gray Gorliam & Co. 19 Lindall 



Peiree & Bacon, 84 Water 
Perkins Thomas jr. 44 Kilby 
Remick T. 316 Broad 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Scott John M. 22 State 
Scott Robert (broker), 75 Kilby 
Seaver Geo. (broker). 85 Wnter 
Seaver Geo. W. (broker), 85 Water 
Spraguc, Soule, & Co. 10 T wharf 
Tilesion Jas. C. (broker), 75 Kilby 
Torrey & "Welch, 60 Kilby, (brokers) 
Travis E. A. 55 Congress (broker) 
Turner John B. 44 Kilby 
Walker D. M. & Co. 79 Kilby 
Walker Ford B. 110 Milk (broker) 
Wellman J. W r . 22 Central (broker) 

Cotton-Gin Manufacturers. 



5 (basement) 
A Hobart, jr. 



Bates, Hyde, & Co. 

Phcenix building 
E. Carver Manuf. Co. 

40 State 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 
Boxbury Steam Mills, George, near 
Norfolk avenue 

Cotton Waste. 
Bishop Robert & Co. 213 Broad 
Emerson A. & Co. 324 Broad 
Haskell Bros. 293 and 295 Broad 
Lawton George & Co. 303 Broad 
Remiek T. 316 Broad 

Counsellors. 
(See Lawyers.) 

Coun ting-Room Furniture. 
Bamum & Frye, 21 Salem 
HUGHES JOHN A. & CO. 151 

Wash, (see page 688) 
LTTTLEHALE, DRAKE, & WIL- 

LETT, 94^ Utica and 139 and 141 

South 
Patterson & Lavender, 4 3 Cornhill 
Smith Stephen & Co. 51 Cornhill 

Court Plaster. 
Crosby & Lewis, 15 Marshall 

GLOUCESTER DIIti'X'TORY, Published by Snmpson, ])i\vt-»p<>i t, «^ Co. 
(formerly Adams, Sampson, & Co.)i *1 Congress Street, Boston. 



CRACKER BAKERS — CURRIERS. 



410 



Cracker Bakers. 
Al'sTIX C. F. & CO. 116 Commer- 
cial (gee page 660) 
Cream Tartar Manufacturers. 
siTFOLK CHEMICAL CO., J. 

Srhouler 5c M. S. May, 32 2sorth 

>! irket 
SLADE 1). & L. 21 India (see p. 718) 
Crockery, 

China, Glass, and Earthen-ware. 
Bancroft J. H. 121 Hanover 
B issett, French, & Co. 151 & 153 Milk 
BOOTE EDWARD, 20 City wharf I 

(ice page 668) 
Brtcklev Pat. Broadway, o. Emerson 
Brings Richard, 13 7 Washington 
Brings & Co. 22 & 24 Merchants row 
Caldwell II. P. 100 Court 
Cash S. W. & Co. 1108 Washington 
Cash Wm. E..530 Washington 
Cite Norman S. 1628 Washington 
("lark, Adams, & Clark, 156 Congress 
Cormorais II. & Co. 35 6c 3 7 Federal 
Croak Thomas, 43 Maverick sq. 
Curtis. Collamore, & Co. 119 and 121 

Federal 
Dane Charles R. & Co. 1612 Wash. 
Day John, 134 Essex 
Dawley IT. W. 1043 Washington 
Gould," Hitchcock, & Co. 129 and 131 

Milk 
Graver R. C. 152 Hanover 
Hall John, 7 Doane 
Homer, Caldwell, & Co. 52 Union, 

factory, Condor, E.B. 
[IOWLAND 6c JONES, successors j 

to Otis Noreross 6c Co, 24 South j 

Market (see page 708) 
Jackson Albert, 585 Washinaton 
fveilev E. 704 Washington 
LautJrWii II. C. 42 Federal 
Matthews Wm. jr. 149 Milk 
MvCutlough John, 29 Prince 
McDonald Vincent, 41 Maverick so. | 
MOKKY & SMITH. 49 Haverhill 

(slass, see page 812) 
Moses M. 1249 Tremont 
N ELS O X A. M- 1 20 Congress (i m- ' 

porter, see pane 681) 
Sivholson 6c Frost, 137 & 139 Milk 
Noreross; Mellen, & Co. 16 Merchants : 

rmv 

O'Neal John, 54 I 

Pierce Sam. B-, Son*, 6c Co. 4 7 Broad 
Pierce Wm. G. 19 Linda!! (importer) ! 
Hvmpton Nathaniel 6c Co. 14:5 Milk \ 
Heinstein Samuel, 1273 Tremont 
I'OGKRS ,x CO. 107 Federal (see 

.■-:<■ Gf>2) [(importers) ' 

^J EDM VN }i. R. & CO. SO Broad t 
VYhe. h-r A. B. & Co. C 3 Broad 
J) l2fS*n C. E. 151 Hanover 
«j &MW Wm. B. Ill Milk I 

'UswcmsKrTs aiuTUAt, life 

»«»u oUJe*, \;j \V.ishln S ttm Street; 



Croquet Equipments. 
Briges Oliver L. & Co. 5 7:* Wash. 

Brooks 1). B. & Bro. 55 Wash. 

Byrnes E. 17 Harvard place 
Davenport E. D. 18 Eustis 
JAQL'ITII A. B. 60 Albany (see- 
page 66',) 
Wood 6c Chester, 21 Harvard plare 

Crucibles. 
MAY 6c CO. 1 Broad (see inside back 
cover) 

Cudbear and AichiE 

MANCHESTER MANUFACTUR- 
ING CO. 54 Kilby (see page 699) 

Curled Hair Manufacturers. 

BAEDER, ADAMSON, & Co. IS 

Blackstone (see page 673) 
Capen J. & Son, 128 Tyler 
Holman Jolm 6c Co. 60 Union 
Planning, Glover, 6c Co. 102 Hanover 
Wheeler A. W\ & Co. 21 Union 

Curriers. 
Ames R. W. & Son, Ruggles, n. Wash. 
Arev W. IE 282 Commercial 
Bond 6c Tidd, 79 Pearl 
Bryant Edward, rear 853 Albany 
Byron Wm. D. 109 Purchase 
Carl F. 100 Merrimae 
Clapp H. B. 53 Elm 
Crane J. P. 6c Co. 85 Milk 
Duncan Robert. 113 Haverhill 
Farwell H. B. & Co. 128 ex 13o Pearl 
Faulkner B. 120£ Fulton [Hall 

Foley B. 6c A., Edge wood, near Grove 
Graham Thomas, 121 Haverhill 
Higgins H. M. 21 Ferry 
Hunt, Twitch ell, & Co.*26 Devonshire 
Jarvis Wm. E. 29 Haverhill 
Koen Miles, 63 Charlestown 
Rang Chas.. liarr. ave. near Eustis 
Maguire 6c Farley, 238 Cabot 
Marshall A.. Banlett. n. Shawmut ave. 
Maxwell Wm. M. 19o Eustis 
Maynard E. F. 145 Pearl 
MeConologue, Gibbons, & Conolly, 

1201 Fulton 
MeBonough Patrick F. 9 Gridley 
Mexal Andrew. 125 Haverhill 
Moriarty J. 6c T. 139 Commercial 
Panton Wm. 9 Gridley 
Payne & Garrity, 96 Milk 
Payne & Rogers, 121 Haverhill 
Porter 6c Co. 130 Commercial 
Eehenback Bros. 6c Mink. 132 Pearl 
Rhoderiek J. 130 Commercial 
Sehaver 6c Bros. 44 Chadwick 
Tidd Wm. 6, Co. 12 Pearl 
Waldmyer L'. & Co. 22 Leather s<p 
Warren Wm. 139 Commercial 
Wilson 6c Kearney, 136 Pearl 
Winslow J. W. 21 Brewster 

INS. CO. of SpriKgAeld, Miiss. 1J,m- 
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Curriers' Findings. 
BAILEY & IULDRETH, 274 Broad 
(stuffing and fulling mills, glassing 
machines, &e., sec page 684) 
James Win. (tables) 98 Richmond 
Sawyer Warren & Co. 65 Kilby 

Curriers' Fixtures. 
BAILEY & HILDR&TH, 274 Broad 
(curriers 1 tables, sole-leather rollers; 
&C, see page. 684) 

Curtain Fixtures. 
Bray Edw. L. 221 Wash, room 36 
Knapp cSc Curler, 22 Beach 

Curtain Goods. 

(See Window Shades, S:c.) 

Cutlers and Cutlery. 

BANFIELD, FORRISTALL, & 

CO. 28 & 30 Federal (see p. 663) 
Bates I). C. & Co. 146 Washington 
BRADFORD & ANTHONY, 178 

Washington 
Burditt & Williams, 18 & 20 Dock sq. 
Chapman Geo. H. jr. & Co. 45 Fed! 
Cashing J. Rice, 6 7 Federal 
EARLE & CHUTE, 522 Wash, (see 

page 688) 
Eaton, "Wellington, & Co. 117 Milk 



Dentists. 
Adams & Newm in, 28 Temple place 
Bacon 11. \Y. 7 Treniont row 
Ball, Fitch, & Co. 4 1 Tremont 
Bartlett Dennis S. 1879 Wash. 
Bartlett Jas. W. L807 Wash. 
Bartlett Samuel P. 156 Tremont 
Bartlett & Sylvester, 1879 Wash. 
Beaman William W. 50 School 
Bell John, 75 Summer 
Blake E. 16 Eliot 
Bianchard E. R. 129 Tremont 
Bramhall S. 7 Warren place 
Brigham Charles E. Treniont, cor. 

Pynehon 
Brigham & Hollace, 36 Winter 
Brown Ammi, 31 Boylston 
Brown J. A. 19 Winter 
Bullock A. B. 2 2 Hanover 
Burtehaell P. E. 8 Boylston pi. 
Caldwell Brothers, 120 Court 
Chandler B, B. 1669 Washington 
Chandler Thomas II. 17 Tremont 
Chase J. 18 Barton 
Child A. B. 50 School 
Child J. T. 50 School 
Clarke J. D. 119 Dover 
Clough John, Tremont Temple 
Codman W. W. 33 Boylston 
Cogswell Thos. 12 West 



Kraft F. & Co." 7 Spring lane [pi. I Cotton Dental Association, 18 Pem- 
Lautz. Becker, & Mine*, 15 Morton ; berton sq. 
Morss Charles W. 24 Union j Connor J. B. I. 25 Tremont 

Radiant Works, 763 Federal j Coolidge J. B. 25 Temple place 

Seaburv Brothers, 45 Hanover I Currier B. T. 99 Court & 2131 \\ ash. 

Smith Bros. 191 and 152 Washington ; I)a! . v & Rolf ' e 5 fllG Washington 
STEDMAN D. B. & CO- 80 Broad i Daniels E. II. 19 Tremont row 
Stratron. Corey, & Co. 78 Federal 1 Dearborn C. E. 228 W ashmgton 

j Dickinson D. D. 66 Tremont 
j Dillingham J. R. 12 Winter 
| Dixon Ruins E. 10 A vim place 
; Dorr & Kingman, 31 ^ inter 
Drake D. F. 25 Temple place 



Tucker & Appleton, 8 Union 
'Ward, Merriam, & Co. 13 Bromfield 

^manufacturers) 
Wilson, Uawkesworth, Ellison. & Co. 

45 Fulton 
Wortmann August, 17 Harvard place 

Daguerreotype Apparatus. 

DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Washington (see page 829) 



Button L. B., Sor-en's 1=1. 113 Dudley 
Easlham Charles. 25 Treniont 
Edson F. 110 Court 
Emery Albert 'J'. 1 Mount Vernon 
j Ensworth Charles P. 2 Lewis. E. B. 



Decaleornanie Goods. 
SPRINGER L. R. MRS. 351 Wa 
ington (see page 662) 

Decorators 
Beals William, 56 Pitts 



I Flagg& Osgood. 25 Tremont 
Flagg 6c Crosby, 23 Tremont 
j Fowler N. C. 21 Summer 
Frink C. T. 15 Summer 
Cage F. F. 4 Hamilton place 
Gay lord E. D. 29 Boylston 
Lamprell & .Marble, 357 Commercial | Glover N. A. 760 Wasl ington 
McPherson W. J. 19 & 440 Tremont ! Guild Albert, 76 Hanover 
Rimi P. Hw& Co. 20 Studio Building j Ham S. F. 74 Boylston 
Roeth C. W. 32 West ° i Hamilton L. B. 13 Essex 

Schulz Adolph, & Co. 744 Wash'. : H '!-> !ls D ( *- li;5 Court 

Turner It. A. 31 West ! rlarriman G. B„ Tremont Temple 

Harrington 1). G- 205 Broadway 
Demijohns, Bottles, & Flasks. Harris E. N. 647 Tremont 
Barrett C. B. 45 North .Market. ; liar wood D. 21 Summer 



llawes N. \Y. 33 Boi 



Foster Ceo. W. It Blaekstone 

GAUDXER (IIILsux, Muuufacturer and l)*nlw in FURNACES, 
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DENTISTS 



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Mayes Daniel W., Broadway, cor. E. | Dentists' Materials and Instru- 

IliU'hcock D. K. 169 Tremont 

Hitchcock T. B. 169 Trchiont 

H '-iu-r T. l->. 114 Hanover 

I Inward A. II. 1 Central place 

Humphrey J. 32 Winter 

Johnson W. L. 1 Central place 

Keep & Codman, 74 Boylston 

Kendall S. H. 18 Boylston 

Leach Elbridge G. 91 Boylston 

Leavitt Win. P. 19 Tremont row 

Leseur Horatio, 114 Hanover 

Leseur J. A. 5 73 Tremont 

Livermore A. H. 140 Court 

Lowe H. T., Broadway, cor. E. 

Mayo U. K. 2 Hamilton place 

McDougall S.J. 18 Bovlston 

MEAD W. F. 1039 Washington (see 



ments, 

Boston Artificial Tooth Co. 8 La 

Grange (pom-l lin t«»el h ) 
CODMAN & SIIURTLEFF, IS&lo 

Tremont (see page C75) 
Folsora J. T. & J. S. 36 Winter (den- 
tal plates) 
J Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co. 5 

Temple pla<-e 
| MILLER H. M. & CO. 17 Bromfield 

(see page G74) 
I White Samuel S. 16 Tremont row 



pajje 830) 
Miller W. S. 15 Summer 
Moffatt George T. 4 Hamilton place 
Newton & Tenney, 127 Court 
Nichols William, 54 Bowdoin 
Nolen Spencer, 5 Warrenton 
Noyes N. N. 1235 Washington 
Oliver & Taber, 49 Tremont 
Osgood & Munroe, 5 Temple place 
Parker D. M. 21 Summer 
Parker 1). S. 19 Tremont row 
Parker Levi. 18 Pemberton square 
Pinkham C. E. 1253 Washington 
Piumh L. A. 110 Hanover 
Pray M. W. 129 Tremont 
Prescott Benj. T. 518 Tremont 
Prescott Benj. T., Jr. 518 Tremont 
Preston A. F. 19 Bedford 
Prevail W. S. 324 E 
Peed G. S. 15 Summer 
Bobbins It. L. 39 Howard 
Rogers Oliver P. 11 Ashbur-ton place 
Russell hi. P. 15 Summer 
Salman Ira A. 670 Tremont 
Sawyer Joseph W.. Jr. 12 Winter 
Shepard L. D. 4 Hamilton place 
Shepherd <Sc itidgway, 3 Hamilton pi. 
Simon* is J. L. 8 La Grange 
Skinner J. 0. 70 Tremont 
Stearns S. F. 43 Hancock 
STEVEN'S & II.ODGDON, 169 

Court 
Stocking S. 19 Tremflttt row 
Stone W. F. 25 Winter 
Tasker C. W. 50 School 
Thresher J. M. 132 Court 
'tucker E. G. 11 Ashburton pi. 
fuefcer Joshua. 4 Hamilton place 
"W aters G. F. 54 Bowdoin 
HVrm Edsar, 17 Bedford 



Deposit Vaults. 

Union Safe Deposit Vaults. Lee, Hijr- 
ffinson, & Co. Union building, 40 
State 

Dermatologist. 

| Babcock George W. 28 Winter 

Designers. 

Baker Joseph E. 32 Summer 
Berry J. & J. 6s Cornhil! 
Clarke Geo. 11. 7 Studio building 
Faulkner II. Flovd, 7 Studio building 
HEDGE FRANKLIN, 15 Congress 
(see page 828) 
i Humphrey L. B. 81 Wash, (wood) 
| KILBTJR'N S. S. 96 Washington 
! Pratt S. F. & Co. (ornamental), 16 
j Devonshire 

! Saver Rheimunt, 13 Pemberton sq. 
Spaulding &: Collin, 88 Lincoln 
Stratton William D. 8 Federal 
Tidd Marshall M. 46 Court 

Desk Manufacturers. . 

HUGHES JOHN A. & CO. 151 
i Wash, (see pa-je f;*S) 
I LITTLEHALE, DRAKE, & WIL- 
LETT (counting house) 94i Utica 

and 139 and 143 South 
! Patterson & Lavender, 43 and 45 
| Cornhill 
! Smith Stephen & Co. 51 Cornhill 

Detectives. 

(Independent Detective < Office.) 

I HUNT J. S. & CO. 3 Tremont row, 
room 4 (see page 823) 

DiairTonds. 

I MONTAIRE JOHN & CO. 4SWin- 

j ter 

Diamond . Cutters, 



& Twichell, 22S Washington : CROSBY. MORSE, 



We! 

Wvtkerbee L J. 46 Dover 
Wt-yraouth A. L. 4 7 Green 
^ Uitechnrbh Charles, 91 Boylston 
Williams I). <;. t64 Tremont 
Williams Jacob L. 1 Mt. Vernon 



FO: 



240 



Wash, (see page 667) 

Diaphanie. 
SPRINGER L. R. Mrs. 351 Wash, 
(see page' 662) 



i-V.'OI, CAitl/TOX, >Sc CO., Manufhc t*\ vers of Um» Celebrated 
FIUCTION MATCH, 9\J to 10M Friend Street, Boston. 



BY 1.31 



452 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Die Sinkers & Letter Cutters. 
(See also Stencil Plates.) 

BARNES W. H. 74 Wash, (see page 
088) 

Berrv J. & J. 68 Cornhill 

JACOBS GEORGE, 151 Washing- 
ton (see page G62) 

MERRIAM& CO. 19 Brattle square 
(see page 6 7o) 

METCALF L. S. 101 Union (see 
page 677) 

Pennev F. L. 8 Dock square 

POWER & CLELAND, 5 Pearl St. 
House (see page 695) 

Smith W. H. 95A- Washington 

Spear Wm. F. 61 Cornhill 

\V FEDEX WM. N. 50 Sudbury (see 
page 809) 

Dies and Cutters. 
Blanchard & Layers, 30 Pearl 
COLBURN ISAAC & CO. 72 Milk 

(agent, see pao;e 657) 
DRAPERS WOODBURY, 86 High | 

(see page 672) 
Knapp & CutU-r, 22 Beach 
TAYLOR S. K. & CO. 53 Congress 

and 145 South (see page 804) 

Dining Saloon. 
DRAKE GEO. F. 15 Boylston 

Distillers. 
BROWN & HAYES, 91 Broad 

(see page 824) 
Felton & Stone, 229 State 
French J. II. Essex, near South 
GIBSONS J. SON & CO. 9 7 Broad 

(and rectifiers, see page 824) 
1 Iannis II. S. & Co. 72 Broad 
Lawrence D. & Sons, 555 Cuiu'L 
Lovis Ambrose, 843 to 851 Albany 
Trace v John & Co. 85 Broad 
TRULL EZRA & CO. 45 N. Market 



iudbory (see 



Jennin- 



Dog Dealer. 

Ilarrv, 3ft Portland 



Dollar Sale Stores. 

Adams R. A. & Co. 22 Milk 
Andrews & Co. 52 Elm 
Belcher James is: Co. 1 7 Baiter ymarch 
Brigham & Co. 71 Congress 
Brown &Lindsey, 64 Federal 
Dale & Co. 19 Lindall [page 831) 
DAVENPORT $ CO. 71 Water (see 
Dryden Geo. 21 Congress 
Cioutman N. B. & Co." 40 Hanover 
Eastman <Sc Kendall, 65 Hanover 
Hale cv Co. 3 Trembnt row 
HAWKS J. S. & CO. 143 Washing- 
ton (see page 814) 
Hudson, Morse, & Co. 90 Sudbury 
Knight A. 15. & Co. 15 Marshall 
Labonte & Babbitt, 83 Sudbury 



MESERYE & CO. 35 

page 68 4) 
MessingerM. D. & Co. 120 Hanover 

Parker K. & Co. 2 India wharf 
Plummor G. A. & CO. 30 Hanover 
Bea & Co. 30 Hanover 
Ross & Co. 26 Central 
Sherburne J. A. & Co. 59 Broad 
Simonds, Pratt, & Co. 83 Sudbury 
Stowe & Co. 55 Congress 
Thompson S. C. & Co., 136 Federal 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. 
Albee E. A. 20 Bowker 
Bailey Job F. 20 Kneeland and 8 

Plymouth place 
BOLES L. & SON, also dealers in 

window glass, Sudbury, cor. Hay- 
market square 
BROWN TRUE, 19 Wareham 

(doors, see page 803) 
Chase T. & J. F., Wareham, corner 

Maiden 
I Colby Philip N. 455 Tremont 
t Cooper L. L. & Co. 432 Tremont 
1 Cutter & Parker, 24 Charlestown 
Doe, Bartlett, & Co. 102 Fulton 
Feeley Patrick. 453 Tremont 
HALL JOHN, 177 Blackstorie (see 

page 683) 
Hardy A. 7 and 8 Charlestown 
Hardy & Co. 181 Blackstone 
Hastings Albert W. 14 2 Friend 
Hatch J., Wareham, c. Maiden 
Hayes Martin .S: Co. 3 Berkeley 
Junkins Chas. E. GG Church 
Langmaid S. P. & Co. 28 and 29 

Charlestown 
McDonald & Lawton (hard-wood 

doors). Union park, near Albany 
MctfUTTJOHNJ., Wareham. cor. 

Maiden (see page 818) 
Perry Granville & Co. 25 Eliot 
PIERCE S. H. L. 1025 Federal (see 

page 684) 
Richardson John, 9 4 V Utica 
Robertson J. A. 393" Federal (hard- 
wood) 
Stimson J. & Co. 71 and 73 Portland 
Taylor J. L., Charlestown, corner 

T ravers 
Veazie Warren, Swett, near Reed 
Walcott & Bates, 2 Creek square 
Wilson Stephen F. 59 Beverly (doors) 

Door Plates. 
Richards & Simonton, 42 Elm 

Drain and Sewer Pipe. 

(Cement, Clay, and Stone.) 
ALLEN SAMUEL H. 39 Haverhill 

(see page 834) 
Baldwin & Emerson, Dedham, near 
Harrison avenue 
j Bradley Josepn, 34 Congress 



GAUD.VER ( HILSOX, Manufacturer am! Dealer in FURNACES, 
RANGES, STOVES, &.C., 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



DRAIN AND SEWER PIPE 



DRESSMAKER: 



453 



BurKn M. 64 Leverett | Batman A. 25 Essex 

Dav \- Collins, 40 Bromfield Chamberlin D. A. Miaa, 25 Pleasant 

EDMOXD JAMES & CO. 13 Lib- Chase Nancy, 7 West 



ertv sq. (see back colored page) 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Mills William & Co. 28 & 30 Congress 
NEW ENGLAND DRAIN PIPE 

CO . B. Xoyes, agent, 22 State (see 

page 808) 
Swain C D. & Co. 116 Dudley 
Taylor S. P. & Co. 16 State 

Draughtsmen. 

Andren Alban, 61 Water 

Blake George, 73 Haverliill 

EDSON WILLIAM, 24 Studio build- 
ing (see page 672) 

Merrick Theo. B. 5o Sudbury 

Moffette & Tolman, 16 Pemberton sq. 

Reed C. W. 30 Studio building (on 
wood) 

SHEDD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 
(see r.ngc $6$) 

Rogers 'Charles E. 91 Wash. 

Spaulding S: Coffin (mechanical), 88 
Lincoln 

SpotFord J. A. 51 Chardon 

Tidd Marshall M. 46 Court 

Whitman H. T. 81 Wash, room 23 

Wilde M. S. G. 33 School, room 24 

Dressing Glass Frame Mamif. | Fellows M. T. 36 Winter 
BARDWELL & McELWATS, Bor- Fen T Fannv Mrs. 25 Winter 
der, near Central square ,E. B. (see I FIwadewB- S. Mrs. 2 Elmer place 

Fleming Susan M. 93 Leverett 



; Chesley Sarah Mist, 37 Winter 
I Clapp S. A. U J. L. 19 Winter 
' Clark A. E. 1617 Washington 
Clark Hannah Miss, 218 Jlarr. ave. 
Cloutman A. P. Miss, 29 Boylston 
Conroy L. J. Miss, 25 Wiuter 
Cock Mary II. 26 West 
Cooley C.'E. 519 Washington • 
Craig M. & S. 48 Winter 
Cronan Ellen Miss, 51 Suffolk 
Crowe Mary Aliss, 13 Lincoln 
Cummings C. Miss, 143 Fourth 
Cunningham S. 62 Prince 
Curran Julia Mrs. 92 Eliot 
Daisley M. T. Miss. Meridian, corner 

London, E. B. 
Darling Margaret Miss, 7 Emerald 
Davis Charles M. .Mrs. 4 Ilavward pi. 
Deverns Chas. Mrs. 1522 Wash. 
Diebold Fannie Mrs. 33 Pleasant 
Doane J. S. Mrs. 12 Avon pi. 
Dow-S: Bennett, 23 Winter 
Dudley E. J. Mrs. 32 Winter 
Dupee C. Madame, 174 Tremont 
Eddy R. H. Mrs. 12 Winter 
Emerson T. A. Mrs. 172 Friend 
Farrer C. IT. Miss. S La Grange 



page 807) 

Dressmakers. 
Adams C. M. Miss. 120 Tremont 
Adams M. S. II. Mrs. 6 Milton 
Ames & Forrest, 28 Winter 
Atwood A. P. Mrs. 292 Wash. 
BtUeyMirtha Mrs. 277 Hanover 
Bannon J. Mrs. 44 Causeway 
Barnes C. T. Miss, 1419 Wash. 
Baxter Mary, 12 Salem 
1'eale Nancy, 284 Hanover 
Bennett A. C. Mrs. 22 Lowell 
Benson M. C. 18 Chauncy 
Berrv S. M. Miss, 36 Winter 
Bicfcoer C, M. Mrs. 1 Gorham pi. 
Bisbee Randall, 36 Winter (pattern 

rooms) 
Blackstone Maragaret, Alary, & Eliza- 
beth Misses, 645 Wash. 
Blake A.M. Mrs. 31 Winter 
Blake Eliza R. Mrs. 2 Carlton pi. 
B <!nnnan A. J. 28 Winter 
lioyden H. N. 80 Warrenton 
Bradley Charlotte Mrs. 1 Indiana 
Brady Julia, 14 Oxford 
Brcnnan Eliza, 80 Essex 
';■• ■■'■/■ A. F. Mrs. 25 Winter 
prows Anna, 205 Cambridge 
Brown Mary Airs. 86 W. Dedham 
But! md Elizabeth, 3 Winter 



Fletcher L. M. Miss, 230 Harrison av. 
Flynn Agnes. 99 Chambers 
Flynt O. P. G. Mrs. 45 Chauncy 
Fogg A. G. Miss, 25 Winter 
Fonque Marie Louise. 49 Carver 
Gateley C. 198 Harrison avenue 
Germain S. A. 206 Tremont 
Giles E. M. Miss, 3 Tremont row, 

room 9 
Given A. D. Miss, 37 Winter 
Gleason Ellen, lo 7 Kneeland 
Gleason S. J. 26 Staniford 
Glover R. D. Mrs. 36 Winter 
Granger Susan, 219 Cambridge 
Grunbaum T. & E. Misses, 31 Eliot 
Haines E. II. Mrs. 43 Hanson 
Hannan Ann Miss. 7 2 Springfield 
Harding M. A. 380 Charles 
Hartford S. E. 798 Washington 
Hawkins Mary, 113 West Brookline 
Ilorsfield E. Mis^. 4 Spring 
Howe H. A. 36 Winter 
Howe J. W. Mrs. 1130 Tremont 
Huherd Charles Mrs. 2 X. Russell pi. 
Hutchinson E. 17 Broadway 
Irvine Ellen Mrs. 5 Indiana 
Jones Sophronia II. Miss, 25 Winter 
Keanv B. E. Miss, t"" Hanover 
KeefeMarv G. Miss, 821 Washington 
Kellev Mrs. iU]G Federal 



MASSACHUSETTS MKTCAL I-IFE IAS. CO. of Spriu-li Id. Muss. Bos 
tonoJiict, 173 Washington Street; JOHN BCMSTEAI>. Genera A^eut. 



454: 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Dressmakers — continued. 
Kelly Ann. 128 Merrimac 
Kelly W. Mrs, 9 Guild row 
Kennev Mrs. 1 1 Oneida 
Keyed "E. A. & II. N. 220 Tremont 
Kinj: M. 29 North square 
Knight L. M. Mrs. 143 Court 
Knowles S. Miss, 14 Avon place 
Kroesan C. Mrs. 170 Cabot 
Landers Joanna, 4 7 Winter 
Lang A. J. Mrs. 53 Poplar 
Lawlef M. & M. 18 Pleasant 
Leighton S. J. Mrs. IS!) 7 Washington 
Leiteh B. F. 66 West Dedham 
Lewis L. F. Mrs. 25 Winter 
Lincoln Lydia A. "283 Washington 
Linscott Elizabeth, 7 West 
Long E. M. Mrs. 28 Winter 
Loratte Louisa J. Miss, 21 E. Dedham 
Lueey E. & M. 82 Albany 
Slack & Tim in ins. 36 Winter 
Mackenzie L. W. Mrs. 25 Winter 
Mahoney R. 4 North Russell 
Malcolm Maria Mrs. 206 Tremont 
Malcolm M. C. 1-1 Avon place 
Mayrrard S. Y. Mrs. 208 Broadway 
MeCourt A. Miss, 11 Summer 
McDonald Annie. 14 Myrtle 
McDonald M. J. Mrs. 31 Winter 
McLane K. Mrs. 4 Spring 
McLaughlin M. 115 Shawmut avenue 
McLean Josephine. 1162 Washington 
McLaughlin M. 2 Sanaoset place 
Miller Mary E. Mrs. 23 Columbia 
Montgomery M. T. 32 Winter 
Monroe S. C. Mrs. 1 Central place 
Morrill L. B. 75 Leverett 
Morse E. Mrs. 1223 Tremont 
Murphy Bridget, 163 North 
Xasou S. S. 32 La Grange 
Ne\rhali S. E. 28 Winter 
Niekt-rson Julia. 1104 Washington 
Nixon Miss, 23o Harrison avenue 
Norton Anna Mrs. 6 Cherry 
Nourse Georgie A. Miss, 154 Tremont 
Nowlan M, A. C. 1 1 Summer 
Palmer N. M. Miss, 24 7 Washington 
Parents W. B. Mrs. 17 Cotting ' 
Parker C Mrs. 39 Lowed 
Pease M. 31. Miss. 14 Avon place 
Percival C. E. 36 Winter 
Pike J. II. Mrs. 22 Winter 
Randall B. L. Mrs. 2139 Washington 
Rassieigh E. Mrs. 29 Cooper 
Reaaan Mrs. 2 Oneida 
Redding S. Mrs. 87 Lowell 
Reed Nellie Mrs. is Pleasant 
Reilly Maria Mrs. 56 Lincoln 
liickels Mary Mrs. 215 Hanover 
iM>ert>on A. 1048 Washington 
It illins 3H, A. 8 Samosi't place 
ll*i} Cathrrine, 12 Anderson 
Bus.. Ellen M;ss, 129 Tremont 
II >w«- A. Mrs. 72 Pleasant 



[ton 



[ave. 



I Sampson Misses, 12 Avon place 
i Sanborn E. G. M:s. 659 Washing 
i Sanderson H. Mrs. 5 V Beacon 
i Sawver L. A. Mi's. 5 Maverick sq. 
SCHUSTER LOLA MADAME, 19 

Essex 
Seiders E. Miss, 129 Tremont 
i Shaw II. B. Mrs. 32 Lawrence 
! Simpson Elizabeth, 441 Broadway 
i Smith A. J. Mr*. 161 Court 

Smith II. N. Miss, 20 Boylston 
! Smith H. T. 2:> Winter " 
\ Stanchheld August a. 12 West 
! Stratton Bessie, S^j Brighton 
i Stratton Fanny. 86 Brighton 
j Stratton T. W.. Rutland, c. Shawmut 

Strong M. A. 6874, Washington 
j Sullivan Margaret" Miss. 286 Wash. 
\ Sullivan & Stackpole, 206 Tremont 
Taylor Jane, 12 Lexington, E. B. 
Thayer S. B. Mrs. 48 Leverett 
Thompson M. E. Mrs. 164 Tremont 
i Thompson Susan. 29 Camdem 
Timmons Mary J. 1310 Tremont 
Trafton Nancv H. 43 Winter 
Trask A. D. Mrs. 14 Cherry 
Traverse C. Airs. 2 Wesley place 
j Varrell S. A. Mrs. 313 Washington 
j Wads worth Anna W. 18 Camden 
j Wardman & Hopkins. 147 Court 
| Wasgatt Susan S. 69 Maverick 
i Watkins M. 90 Canton 
i Webb M. & C. 635 Washington 
I Webber O. J. 663 Washington 
j Webster M. W. 29 Boylston 
! White Annie A. Miss, 32 Chaunev 
White H. O. 32 La Grange 
Whittier Mary Mrs. 533 Washington 
"Williams A. Miss, 25 Winter 
Williams II. B. Miss, 4 Bowdoin 
Willoughby M. A. Mrs. 143 Court 
Wilsdon & Moore, 368 Tremont 
Winslow A. L. Mrs. 685 Washington 
Wilson E. M. Mrs. 23 Winter 
Wilson R. J. Mrs. 1887 Washington 
Woodman S. M. Miss, 37 Clarendon 
1 Woods C. C. Mrs.. Broadway, cor. A 
| Wyman H. M. Mrs. 93 Hanover 

Drug Mills. 
I Boston Drug Mills, J. C. Pierce, agt. 

90 North' 
I HOLMES & BL ANCIIARD, 9 & 1 1 
j Haverhill (manufs. of, see. p. Si 6) 
Druggists' Articles. 
CUSI-IING JOSHUA M. 221 Wa>h. 
Ives D. P. & Co. 4 7 Milk 
Kellev & Edinands, 156 Washington 
Leviii J. F. & Co. 11 Bromrield 
Shaw. Livenuore. & Co. 112 Wash. 
D ru agists' Glass Ware. 
! CHAMBERLAIN H. B. & W. O. 

310 Wash, (see r'--'" 7 " ; ') 
! Foster Get). W. 1 1 BlaeUtone 



{iA?iO:.KIl Cirif^OX, 3tauufacl 
U A NOES, STOVJ-S, A. v., l JO a 



liver .*»i»<5 Denier 
ud 101 E:aik«,lui:< 



in FIRKAC 
M., Boston. 



±755053, 



RUGS, MEDICINES — DRY GOODS. 



455 



Drugs, Medicines, &c. 
(See also Medicines.} 
Bird J. A. & W. & Co. 511 Srite 
Boston Drug Mills, J. C. Pierce, ajrt. 

90 North [Milk 

Boston Dyewood & Chemical Co. 11C 
Burleigh John A. 86 Hanover 
Burr M. S. <x Co. 2d Tremont 
Campbell Isaac T. 177 State 
Carter 6c Wiley, 138 Washington 
Coehrane A. & Co. 19 Broad 
Crafts & Williams. 5 and 6 Commer- 
cial wharf 
Cutler A. L. & Co. 14 7 Milk 
Dexter Brothers. 55 Broad 
Eliot J. F. 74 Commercial 
Folsom James, 140 Commercial 
Fowle Seth W. k Son. 1 Milton pi. 
Oilman Brothers, 109 Milk 
GOODWIN GEORGE C. & CO. 38 

Hanover 
Heath, Cheney, & Co. 85 Hanover 

(botanic) 
Henshaw, Brigbam, & Co., 154 State 
Bollis Thomas, 23 Union 
HOWE & FRENCH. 69 & 71 Black- 
stone (see pa^e 6 74) 
King E. & F. & Co. 26 India 
MERRILL BROS. 215 State (see 

page 665) 
Ray, Rogers. & Co. 75 Samraer 
Reed, Cutler, & Co. 109 to 113 Broad 
RICHARDSON CHARLES & CO. 

61 Broad 
Rogers & Lawton, 39 Federal 
Rust Bros. & Bird, 43 Hanover 
Swett Geo. W. 106 Hanover 
Thayer, Babson, & Co. 41 &43 Kilby 
Weeks & Porter, 170 Washington 
Whaler L. & Co. 1 Custom Ho. st. 
Wilson B. O. & G. C. 18 & 20 Cen- 
tral (botanic) 

Dry Docks. 

East Boston Dry Dock Co. R. Burn- j 

ham, supt. Border street 
Fort Hill Dry Docks, James Dillon, j 

232 Broad 
National Dock 6c Wareh.ouse Co. I 

Lewis, E. B.. E. T. Loring, presi- ! 

dent, 31 Kiiby 
Pioneer Dry Dock, Leavitt & Story, 

188 Broad 
Simpson's Patent Dry Docks, Margi- ; 

rial, E. B.. Octaviis Howe, Supt. | 

223 Commercial 

Dry Goods, 
" holesale Commission Merchants', see i 
also Glottis and Woolen (roods. \ 
A.llen, Lane, & Co. 13 Franklin 
Almy & Co. 38 Franklin 
Bailev R. M. & Co. 184 Devonshire 
Ban/ & Brother, 69 Federal I 

BYA3I, CARLTO.V, & CO., Mnnufs 
FRICTION MATCH, 93 to 



BLACKBURN GEO. & CO. 136 
Congress 

Braman George H. 149 Devonshire 

Brewer Gardner -s. Co. 5 7 Federal 

Cheney & Milliken, 10 l Summer 

CONVERSE JAS. C, BLAGDEN, 
& CO, 84 Summer 

Cooper, Vail, & Co. 162 Devonshire 

Cashing A. B. 4 Otis 

Dale Brothers & Co. 61 & 63 Frank- 
lin [onshire 

Danforth. Pippey, & Clarke, 151 Dev- 

D avis 6c Frost, 89 Franklin 

Denny, Boor, & Co. 49 Franklin 

Dexter, Abbot, & Co. 24 Franklin 

Dodge Brothers Ik Co. 39 Franklin 

Dyer E. C. 158 Devonshire 

Ehlen & Co. 29 Milk 
j Everett R. B. & Co. 54 Milk 

Farnham Gilbert, jr. & Co. 14!) Dev- 
onshire [Franklin 
: Faulkner, Kimball, & Co. 48 and 50 
j Faxon I. 6c Son, 6 and 8 Channing 
! Floyd Brothers & Co. 94 Devonshire 
j Francis Charles, bC> Summer 
! Frost Rufus S. & Co. C)S Franklin 
{ Frothingham & Co. 59 Franklin 
j Gray Wrn. & Co. 56 Summer 

Hale Theo. P. 101 Devonshire 
[ Harding Bros. & Co. 72 Summer 
I Harding & Colby, 38 Franklin 
! Howard & Co. 81 Milk 
! Howe J. C. & Co. 51 Franklin 
| Hoyt, Sprague, & Co. 5 Arch, Wm. 
D. Dimoek. agent 

Jackson P. T. 39 Milk 
j Jenkins H. W. 119 Milk 
| Lane, Lamson, & Co. 7 Franklin 
! LAWRENCE & CO. 9 Chauuey 
| Lea J. & J. T. & Co. 16 Arch 
I Little James L. & Co. 22 Franklin 

Maekintire, Lawrie, ^c Co 1 78 Dev- 
onshire [Franklin 

Mackintosh, Green, 6c Horton, 34 

March A. S. & Co. 65 Milk 

Minot, Hooper, & Co. 39 Milk [mor 

Mudge E. R , Sawyer, 6c Co. 5 7 Sum- 

Nevins & Co. 29 Milk 

Parker, Wilder, & Co. 4 Winthrop sq. 

Pearce S. H. & Co. 68 Franklin 

Perry, Wendell, Fay, 6c Co. 69 Fed- 
eral 

Phipps S. jr. 4 Otis 

Pierce. Hardy, & Co. 22 Federal 

Pratt A. S. 43 Summer 

RICHARDSON GEO. C. & CO. 96 
Devonshire 

Roddick W. 186 Washington 

Sampson O. 11. & Co. 158 Devonshire 

Skinner Francis & Co. <i9 Franklin 

Skinner S. N. \ Co. 84 Summer 

Smith R. B. 6c Co. 11 Federal 

Stanfield, Weutwo 
Franklin 



•th, 6c Co. 58 



tcturera of the Celebrated Br AM 

103 Friend Street, Boston. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dry Goods — continued. 
Stephenson Bros. & Co. 10 Milk 
Stewart A. T. & Co. 140 Devonshire 
Sutton, Smith, 6c Co. 45 Franklin 

Thayer, Badger, & Co. 11 Summer 
Townsend & Yale, 149 Devonshire 
Tufts K. O. & Co. 45 Franklin 
Upham, Tueker, & Co. 83 Milk 
Wheelock F. F. & Co. 72 Federal 



| Morse, Shepard, & Co. 52 and 54 
Franklin 
Nit-hols C. C 54 Federal 
Ordv.iu-, Bradbury, & Co. 31 and 33 
Franklin [Summer 

I Parker, Bacon, Kimball. & Co. U5 
SARGENT BROS. & CO. 108 Dev- 
onshire and 55 Federal 
Sawyer, Mansfield, & Co. 89 Summer 



Wheelwright, Pippey, & Anderson, 74 I Smith, Stebbins, & Co. 8 7 Summer 
Summer I Spalding, Hay, & Wales, 9 Winter 

Whittemore, Cabot, & Co. 5 Arch Stoddard. Lovering 6c Co. 4 Milk 

William? Horace P. & Co. 16 Arch 



Winter Royal, 58 Federal [shire 

Wright J. S. & E. & Co. 140 Devon- 
Wyman 6c Arklay, 59 Summer 

Importers and Jobbers. 

Aiken Henry M. 34 Chauncy 
Anderson, Heath, 6c Co. 5 & 6 Win- 

throp square 
Brett, Greene, & Co. 24 Otis 
Burrage J. C. & Co. 3 Winthrop sq. 
Bracket! & Co. 24 Chauncy 
Chandler & Co. 25 Winter 
CHURCHILL, WATSON, 6c CO. 

296 Wash, and 1, 5, & 7 Winter 
Converse, Taylor, & Co. 75 Franklin 
Daniels & Co. 57 Franklin 
Eastman & Kendall, 65 Hanover 
Evans, Webster, & Co. 30 & 32 Frank- 



Stone, Richardson, & Parker, 40 
Franklin [onshire 

Sweetser, Swan, & Blodgett, 170 Dev- 
Tebbetts, Baldwin, & Davis, 180 Dev- 
onshire 
Thayer, Badger, & Co. 41 Summer 
Walker Joseph & Co. 41 Franklin 
Wellington Bros. & Co. 38 Chauncy 
White, Browne, & Co. 26 Franklin 
White, Dickey, & Co. 58 Federal 
Whitney & Crain, 143 to 147 Devon- 
shire 
I Williamson & Burns, 97 Devonshire 
j Winslow G. S. & Co. 1 and 3 Arch 
| Wood'oerry Henry, 37 Federal 
Woods, Perry, & Co. 142 Devonshire 

Retailers. 

Aaronson Henry, 1913 Washington 



lin [Summer ; AMen Harriet 6c Co. Ill Dorchester 

EWING, WISE, & FULLER, .98 | Allen Wm. H. 216 Washington 
Farley, Amsden, 8: Co. 95 Summer | Anthonv L. 367 Federal 



FORBES, RICIIARDSON : 
51 Summer 



& CO. 



Arbogast L. 133 Leverett 
Austin & Co. 106 Summer 



GRISWOLD D. C 6c Co. 164 & 166 J Bacon Wm. & Augustus, 1839 Wash. 

Devonshire [shire I Baker E. 150 Broadway 

Hamlin, Jordan, & Co. 153 Devon- i Barker & Mann, 23 Tremont row 
Hamilton A. & Co. 116 Devonshire j Bauckman & Gates, 6 75 Washington 
Hardy, Brown, Goss, & Co. 76 Sum- I Berke Adolph, 1120 Tremont 

mer I Bloch A. F. 125 Eliot 

Haughtou, Perkins, & Co. 1 and 2 ; Bowers 3D. S. 90 Hanover 

Wintisrop square | Bowers F. H. 637 Washington 

HAWKS J. S. & CO. 128 and 130 i Bowers H. M. 1)0 Hanover and 589 

Federal (see page 814) and 1413 Washington 

HOGG, BROWN, & TAYLOR, 299 j Brigham & Co. 71 Congress 

& 301 Wash, and 70 Temple place j Carpenter Harvey, 306 Hanover 
llovey C. F. & Co. 33 Summer Chandler & Co. 27 and 29 Winter 

Jackson, Mandell, 6c Daniell, 85 & 87 CHURCHILL, WATSON, & CO. 

Franklin 269 Washington and 1, 5, and 7 

Jordan, Marsh, & Co. 148 to 154 | Winter 

Devonshire and 242 Washington 1 Gondii J. N. M. 36 Hanover 
Kelly Thos. & Co. 14 Otis and 26 j Connor P. O. 1095 Tremont 

Arch | Crow George, 1 1 75 Wash. 

Kingman Bros. & Co. 91 Summer I Currier O. S, & Co. 94 Hanover 
Lyon 6c Vo>c, 1 and 3 Liberty sq. : Cushing 6c Ames, 128 Flanovi r 
MACY 6c BUTLER, 90 and 92 Tre- i Cushmau 6c Brooks. 42 Temple pi. 

mont [Devon-hire ' DAVENPORT & CO. 71 Watei 

Marr, Read, & Co. 80 Summer ^c 155 j 
Mayhew, Tilton, 6c Co. 13 Chauncy 
Messenger E. F. & Co. 5" Summer 
Mitchell, Green, 6c Stevens, 55 Sum- 
mer 



page 831) 
Davis George B. & Co. 231 Wash. 
Denison G. E. 17 Beach 
Downe Sumner. 151 Court. 
Dreyfus H. 837 Wash. 



GARDNEU CI1ELSOX, Manufacture* ami Dealer in FURNACES, 
ItAJVGES, STOVJKS, &.c, »'J uml 101 Blacks tone St., Boston. 



DRY G00D3 — DYERS. 



457 



Doff/ James Mr*. 1737 Wash. 
Ellenwood Win. Mrs. 89 Dudley 
E*tabrook J. F. 1119 Washington 
Farmer S. 4i$5 Broadway 
Ferguson K. G. & Co. 26 Temple pi. 
Fesseiulen & Osgood, 156 Hmo-ver 
Fi.shel Robert, 324 Hanover 
Flinn K. H. .Y Co. 152 Wash. 
Fortune James & Co. 273 Wash. 
Gallagher Hugh* 31 Prince 
Gates L. S. & Co. 1011 Wash. 
Gibbs & Stinson, 25 Trernont row 
Gleason James. 227 Federal 
Gould F. A. & Co. 290 Hanover 
Grand Estelle, 3 Chadwick 
Hall C. P. & Co. 673 Washington 
Harran Win. 1354 Trernont 
Harrington & Co. 80 Summer 
Harris Wm. G. & Co. 34 Hanover 
Hateh J. N. & Co. 112 Hanover 
HOGG, BROWN, & TAYLOR, 299 
and 301 Washington and 70 Tem- 
ple pi. 
Houghton S. S. & Co. 45 to 55 Tre- 
rnont 
Hovey C. F. & Co. 33 Summer 
Howe James, Eliot square 
Jacobs P. 785 Washington 
Jordan, Marsh, & Co. 242 to 250 

Washington 
Kelley Hugh, 113 Broadway 
Kempton & Brooks, 60 Hanover and 

15 Trernont row 
Kimball T. G. 1013 Wash. 
Kimball T. R. 1263 Wash. 
Kimball & Co. 3 Trernont row 
Koop H. E. Mrs. 314 Hanover 
Lawson Wm. & Co. 24 Winter 
Louis A. 310 Hanover 
Libby Ansel N. & Co. 33i Hanover 
f^nng A. N. 18 Trernont row 
Losing John C. 26 and 28 Trernont 

row 
Lothrop S. F. & Co. 50 7 Wash. 
Low M. l\ 15S1 Wash, 
Lowrv M. Mrs. 285 Summer 
MACY & BUTLER, 90 Trernont 
Marsh & Co, 3 Trernont row and 12 

Howard 
MESLRYE & CO. 35 Sudbury (see 

page 684) 
M,i<on George B. 427 Wash. 
S 1 ay n a rd C .8 6 1 Washi n gton 
•\ 'Doagall D. 125 Meridian 

'-•'in ttetfrr, 1226 Trernont [I 

Manns M. T. & Co. Broadway, cor. 
bael If. 2 Eustis 
-e K. G. 58 Cambridge 
fnhvjTeremiah, 251 Federal 



;:;i-i 



laced 



i'-OO, 



_ o 



Good: 



Hoi 



nti 



21 



p E. B. 
Iremoot 



-V Y. Dr 
row 

Wwood S, D. Ht?, 2099 Wash. 
O'Connor & Coveney, 320 Hanover 

H Us.\nu:SETTS MUTUAL LIFE 
t**u office, 173 Washington Street 5 



Osgood P. B. 132 Hanover 
Page S. A. 187 Broadway 
Parker & Co. 98 Summer 

Peyser If. 87 Cambridge 

Pierce S. A. Grove Hall ave. cor. Mt. 

Pleasant ave. 
Pierce & Libby, 122 Hanover 
Ramsdell C. C. 199 Broadway 
RICKER . & CO. 20 Trernont row 
Sanborn, Smith, & Co. Ill Dudley 
Sanford Geo. W. & Co. 254 Wash. 
SCOTT J. & CO. 379 and 381 Wash. 
Shepard, Norwell, & Co. 30 and 34 

Winter 
Smith Alexander E. jr. 091 Wash. 
Smith Ann Mrs. 141 Cambridge 
Smith Timothy, 1903 Wash. 
Snow N. P. 703 Wash. 
Spalding. Hay, & Wales. 9 Winter 
Stearns H. N. 17 Leverett 
Stearns Caroline Mrs. 1329 Trernont 
Stephenson B. T. 234 Washington • 
Storms W. R. & Co. 25 Summer 
Sullivan H. Miss, 135 Broadway 
Taylor Albert H. 11 Maverick square 
Taylor O. T. 96 Hanover 
Thompson & Riley, 421 Washington 
Tower & Pierce, 52 Hanover 
Van Dam Moses, 315 Federal 
Wells Sarah, 91 Leverett 
Welsh Catherine, 212 E 
Wheeloek D. & Co. 118 Hanover 
White R. H. & Co. 44 and 46 Winter 
Wood C. H. Mrs. 61 Brighton 

Duck. 

Atlantic Duck Co. J. Niekerson & Co- 
95 Commercial 

Boynton N. & Co. 87 and 89 Com- 
mercial (ma nut'.) 

Fearing, Rodman, &' Swift, 25 Com- 
mercial 

FITCIIBURG DUCK MILLS, Geo. 
Blackburn & Co. 136 Congress 
1 Lawrence Duck Co., Fearing, Rod- 
man, & Swift, 25 Commercial 
! Old Colony Duck Co., Fearing. Rod- 
man, & Swift, 25 Commercial 
! Russell Mills Duck Co., N. Boynton & 
Co. 87 Commercial 

Whiton, Bro., & Co. 33 Commercial 

Dyers. 
BARRETT'S DYE HOUSE, 140 
Washington (see page 703) 
j BROOKS W. A. 140 Washington 

(see page 693) 
I Chelsea Dye House. S. Sibley, 218 

Washington and 1 Trernont row 
; Dah vera Bleachery, Walker ^c Bro., 

agents, 17 Mereh. row 
! Harding C. P., Excelsior Dye Hen—, 
226 Broadway 
Lewando A. 150 and 1844 Wash. 



IXS. CO. of Springfield, Jlusa. Hos- 
J OILS BUMSTEAD, Geiurol Agcut. 



458 



BOSTON" BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Di/ers — continued. Electricians. 

Macomber'3 (French) Dye House, 284 ' Chandler Henry, ^ Bedford 

Washington j Edmauda & Ramblet, 30 an UOH in- 

Maiden Dye House, Court, cor. Ifano- | ver 

I Hall Thomas, 10 Bromfield 

j Remington Wm. II., 14 Province 

\ WHITE WILLIAM B. 4 Jefferson 

place, (see page 820) 
! WILLIAMS C. JR. 100 Court (see 
page 670) 

Electrotypers and Stereo- 

typers. 

Boston Stereotype Foundry, George 

Deake, agent, 10 Spring lane 
PETERS C. J. & SOX, 5 Washing- 
ton (see page 812) 
! Phelps, Dalton, & Co. 52 Washington 
Rockwell & Rollins, 122 Washington 
i Rogers D. W. & Co. 55 Water 
I Whitcomb H. C. & Co. 15 Water 
! Wilcox J. W., Charles, c. Cambridge 



Ri.tinj?er D. II. 220 Pynchon 
Suffolk Dye House, 1 Tremont row 
Whitefield L. Mrs. 28 Winter (feath- 
ers) 

Ziegler Conrad, George n. Magazine" 

Dyestuffs, Drugs, &e. 
Austin S. II. & Co. 7 Batterymarch 
Bangs Wm. A. & Co. 87 Water 
Boston Drug Mills, J. C. Pierce, agt. 

90 North 
Boston Dyewood & Chemical Co. 11G 

Milk 
CARR, LINCOLN, & RIGGINS 

(Cudbear and Archil), 54 Kilby 

(see pa^e 609) 
Cochrane A. & Co. 10 Broad 
Crafts & Williams, 5 and 6 Commer- 

FOLSOIL GILLIAN, & POPE, 63 I BAXT. t STACY, 13 Tremont rov 
and H5 Broad roo _ m i0 . ( vo,ce bmWing, see page 

Eastman Bros. 4 7 Hanover (liquid i ^05) 
dyes) Embalming. 

Fowler M. Field, 31 Eastern avenue j Fletcher John, 3 Cambridge 
(broker) 



Elocution. 



Freeman W. F. & Co. 11 India 
Hodges & Richardson, 46 India whf. 
Howe Manley, 2G0 Broadway 
Howe &: French. 69 & 71 Blaekstone 
King E. & F. & Co. 26 and 27 India 
MANCHESTER MANUF. CO., 
Geo. B. Riggins, agt. 54 Kilby (see 
page 699) "' 
Pettes Geo. W. 45 India wharf 
Reed, Cutler, & Co. 100 Broad 
Reed George, II. & Co. 570 Commer- 
cial (liquid dyes) 
Rice Edward E. & Co. 108 Milk 
Wadsworth. Rowland, & Co. 34 India 
Whitney D. R. & Co. 58 Chatham 

Edge-Tools Manufs. 

DOUGLAS AXE MANUFAC- 
TURING CO., I). D. DANA, 
treas. 215 Federal (see page 688) 

RYERSON E. & SON, Kemble, n. 
Hampden (see page 834) 

Smith It. 82 Beverly 

Underbill Brothers, 71 Haverhill 

Underbill Edge Tool Co., C. B. Hill, 
treas., 130 Federal 

Elastic Goods Mamif. 

Boston Elastic Eabric Co. 2s Milk 

Greeley 1». J. Green 

Union Elastic Goods Co. 100 Esses 

Elastic Stockings. 

CODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 
Trunuut (see page 6 75) 



Embroidery Stampers. 
BigelOwM. B. (-old & silver), 170 

Washington 
Brown M. Mrs. 18 Pleasant 
! French Mary L. Mrs. 32 Winter 
! Grady M. T. Miss, 37 Winter 
i Harrow M. L. Mrs. 104 Sumner, E.B. 
Lamb II. C. Mrs. 43 Winter 
Parsons & Gibbey, 28 Winter 
Schooler Robert, 32 Winter 
I States E. J. Mrs. 25 Winter 

Waslev J. R. & Son, 268 Wash. 
I Whitefield L. Mrs. 28 Winter 

j Emery, and Emery Paper and 

Cloth. 

BAEBER, ADAMSON, & CO. 18 

Blaekstone (see page 73) 
BATH IRON MINING & MANU- 
FACTURING CO. 51 Kilby, Up- 
ton & Co. agents 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside back 

cover) 
SMYRNA MILLS, 51 Kilby, Upton 
& Co. agents 
| Emery, and Crocus Y/heels, 
Cloth, and Sticks. 



i Russell Jesse (manufacturer) 
j Central 

Employment Agents. 
(See Intelligence (.{//ices.) 
Emporium of Fashions. 
I Demorest Madame, 1 Central place 

FURNACES, 



L9 






Ci A 11 DM3 11 CHILSO.V, Manufacturer ami Dealer 

11A.\«ES, STOVES, dec , 99 and 101 Blucksttme St., Boston 



ENGINE HOSE 



ENGRAVE!!: 



459 



Engine Hose. | Cleveland Wm. C. 46 Washington 

BOSTON BELTING CO. 57 Sum- Gates S. p. 46 Court 

me'r (*ee front colored page) ! Hibbawl W. C. 10 State 

Bovd James & Suns, 27 Merchants H'H & Btifnham, 4$ Mavenck, E. B. 

r V, v [Tremont LOMBARD N. C. 40 State (see p. 

Choever S. G. & Co. 25 Court and 7 ! 69a) 

Clapp C. M. & Co. 37 Milk j Merritt Benjamin jr. 90 Utica 

Clark John, 50 Congress (linen) ^Jllir.^fPl? ^1 & . C 2.*„ 8 

rkmneman & Co. 26 Union 



mtral 



PUTNAM G. 1). & CO. 13 C 

(see page 807) 
Thompson Wm. II. 16 Pemberton sq. 
Tower G. B. N. 33 School, room G 
U. S. Lighthouse Engineer's Oilier-, 13 

Exchange 
Wickersham Wm. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Wilde M. S. G. 25 Niles block 



Hunt, Twitehell, & Co. 26 Devonshire 

PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. 13 Cen- 
tral (patent combination, see page 
807) 

Engines. 

Allen Jacob A. 20 Devonshire 

Allen & Endicott, 5 Liberty square 

ATLANTIC WORKS (stationary), 
114 State (see page 700) 

Boston Machine Co. First, c. Granite I Thompson Win. L. 22 Congress 

Campbell, Whittier, & Co. 1178 Tre- 
mont, near Haggles 

Chase S. E. 35 Lincoln 

Chubbuck S. E, Sc Sons, 971 Tremont 

1IAWES & HERSEY, Second, c. E. 



Engineers. [Mining.) 
Jackson "Wm. H. 33 School, room G 



Engineer. (Steam.) 
Robinson J. R. 28 State (consulting 
and superintending) 

Engravers, 

(see pagejS93.) j Ailman G. Wm. 30 Bromfield (silver) 

Hoadlev J. U.& Co. IS Custom House , „ t> «, n, xxt x.- ^ 
mahtVw e it\t nr\v>r\ on r? ■ i Alb<e B. 216i W asmngton 
MORION « COLCORD, 8/ Friend . „ r, • -• -n o , \%r f •, «„j\ 
s r >. ) } \ Allen Beniamra F. 84 \\ ater (wood) 

(see iront colored page) i . n T »«? a . \* r . , nn n v 

v x- i j e , r ,v J - n iao Allen J. N. 8.4 Water (wood) 
JNew LniTiand Steam Engine Co. 108 i . „ , TT , n ,n v i l\ „ 

B .ir* ° i Alleoud llenrv, 46 lemple place 

Sudbury * j t t " oo c / i\ 

OvjRAPVTnrav: ^if • i % Andrew John, 38 Summer (wood) 

UbBORN LOUIS, Marginal opposite . , t ■ i «i -n a,m 

' Andrews Joseph. 21 Bromneld 



Cunard wharf, E. B 

CO. 13 Central 



(stationary & | } , y & g^ Wegt (pUie) 



squar 



Berry J. & J. 08 Cornhill 
Bolton J. B. 123 Washington 
Bouve E. W. 6 Bromfield (plate) 
Boynton G. W. 257 Wash, (plate) 
Briscoe Daniel, 15G Washington 
Brown C. F. 163 Wash, (door plates") 
Brown Nathan, 4f> Court (wood) 
Brown S. E. 90 Wash, (wood) 
Carpenter R. 228 Washington 
26 ! Clapp George W. 3 Bromfield 

I Daniels J. Ii. 251 Washington (plate) 
DEARBORN N. S. 24 School (see 

page 665) 
Dyer R. B. 91 Wash, (wood) 
Eaton Henry M. 151 Wash, (wood) 
Fenno Charles II. 13 Court square 
Fogg Julian A. & Co. 213 Washing- 

ing (gold and silver) 
Forbes W. H. & Co. 265 Washington 
French Edgar, 25 7 Wash, (plat.) 
Harlow & Farwell, 109 Wash, (wood) 
Haskell Lvman, 142 Wash, (metal) 
HEDGE FRANKLIN, 15 Congress 

(wood, sec page 828) 
Hill John R. 13 Court sq. (silver-pl.) 
Jason Robert, 7 Province et. (plati ) 
JenksL. E (silver) 12 West 



PUTNAM G. D 

(see page SO 7) 
WEHRLE F. J. successor to Bird & 

Co. Border, near Central 

E. B. (see pao-e 819) 
WOODS S. A. ,67 Sudburv (see p. 

72) 

Engines. (CcJoric.) 
BUTTERFIELD WILLIAM, 
^ Pearl (see page 694) 
Shaw's Union Air Engine Co. 8 7 and 

89 Portland 
Townsend E. 26 Pearl 
TRIPP A. W. 135 South (=oe p. 664) 

Engineers. ( Constructing.) 
DOANE T. & J. jr. 42 Banisters 

flail (see page 066) 
Foots Henry R. 127 State 
H'vnns E. II. 32 Washington 
lower G. B. .N. 33 School, room G 

Engineer. (Hydraulic. ) 
Mills Hiram F. 43 Barristers' Hall, 7 
Court square 
Engineers. ( Mechaniml. ) 
AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE Kellogg J G~. 2: 

CO. ;:, Kington (seepage G69) i Kern trick D. T. 21 Bromfield 
A ■ Iren Albaii, 61 Water ° \ KILBUUX S. S. 96 Washington 



aro8ia:. f ii; r 



emi)tr.rtoa sn. 



Lawk-r William, 268 Washington 



S1*.A3|, tM'I.TON, «k CO., Miimafac tnr era of tin Celebrated. BYAM 
FRICTION MATCH, OZ t» li)i Friend Street, Boston. 



460 



BOSTON BUSLN'ESS DIRECTORY. 



Engravers — continued. 
Libby E. W. 3 Bromfield (silver-ware) 
Lowell & Brett. 228 Washington 
Lent A M. 112 Washington (wood) 
MARGOT BROTHERS, 23 Water 
Marsh H. 292 Washington 
MATTHEWS G. H. 122 Washing- 
ton (wood, see pane •s2'J) 
Mayer Julius & Co. 4 State 
Mitchell A. W. 9 Change ave. 
Mitchell Henry, 5 Tremont (stone & 

metal) 
Moore E. N. & Co. 9 Water 
Morse & Tuttle, 114 Tremont (card 

and silver) 
National Bank Note Co., Lowell & 

Brett, agents, 228 Wash. 
!N. E. Lithograph Steam Printing Co. 

34 Chauney (steel and copper) 
Pierce W. J." 109 Washington and 28 

Cornhill (wood) 
Pruden Daniel R. 33 Hanover 
Rossell Albert C. 7 Montgomery pi. 

(wood) 
Kussell & Richandson, 134 Washing- 
ton (wood) 
Sargent O. N. 142 Washington 
Simons George W. 12 School 
Smith Geo. G. 91 Wash, (stvel & pi.) 
Smith II. W. 12 West (steel) 
Smith S. L. 292 Washington 
Spear Wm. F. 61 Cornhill 
Stock well F. F. 99 Court (metal) 
Stuart F. T. 42 Court (steel) 
Swett C. A. 3 Winter 
TavlorJ. L. 81 Wash, (wood) 
TROCHSLER A. & CO. 116 Wash. 

(see page 827) 
Tyler Wm. H. 81 Washington 
Vimnjr E 



Rogers Samuel, lot Sudbury 
Rosa ,\ Hatchman, 4*o Washin 
Sinclair Duncan 1). IS West 
Williams & Everett, 219 Washington 

Envelope Manuf. 
! Comstock, Emerson, 6: Co. 59 Water 

! Lowell, Brett, & Ha!-. 2.-0 Wash. 

Erasible Tablets. 
AMERICAX TABLET CO., II. A. 
Clark, 29 Brattle 

Excelsior Manuf. 

Blanchard Wm..26 Canal v 

Expresses. 

(Stc Contents.) 

Eye and Ear Institutes. 

PRATT S. CLESSON, 129 Tremont 

(ees p. 829) 
SMEDLEY A. H. 129 Tremont (see 
page 6 70) 

Eyelet Machines. 

BUTTERITELD WM. 26 Pearl 
(monitor, see page 694) 

Eyelets. 
NOVELTY EYELET COMPANY, 
Sawver S. Stone, sole agent, 81 
Milk 

Fan Blowers. 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside back 

cover) 
Sturtevant Benjamin F. 72 Sudbury 

Fancy Feathers. 
Gidnev Paul M. o^ Winter 



HARPER & CO. 44 T 



em pie place 



Fancy Goods and Toys. 

* fmportevs and Wholesale Lin tiers. 



..verard A. 292 Wa^h. 

Wilcox J. A. J. 228 Wash, (steel-pi.) i *Abbott, Badger, & Brooks, 8 Summer 

/» 7 a- , p , r >-"' *- r<- I *Allon, Atwood, & Bates, 84 Devon- 
(Bank Notes bonds, Euls o Ex- , [( ^ 696) 

change, Certificates, Draft,, S-c.) I ALLEN EZRA & s |j V N> ^ w a , h . 
American Bank Note Co., A. Claxton j A| | on jj & q 0< ljL1 Dorchester 

Cary, manager, 89 State I ^ntclifFe Margaret, 308 Sumner 

Engravings. ! Austin Henry, 1845 Washington 

BOSTON CHEOMO CO. 12 West! Averill H. 46 Cambridge 



Biker E. A. & Co. 4 7 Hanover 
*BANFIELD, FORRISTALL. 



CO. 



d 30 Ft 



(see page 808) 
Burgess E. B. 99 Court 
Cabot J. F. & Brother, 89 Sudburv 
Childs A. A. & Co. 127 Tremont " 
Curran R. II. 48 Winter 
De Vries, Ibarra, & Co. 115 Tremont! *Beliamv Wm. 116 Washington 
DODGE. COLLIER, & PERKINS. Bondi: 

113 Washington (see page 829) 



& 105 Con- 



| trre-s (^ee pau r e 663) 

I *Bites J. L. 129 Washington 



Drew C. & G. II. 22 Tremont 
Elliot Lucius A. 322 Wash. 



Bennett Geo. W. 28 Central sq., E B. 

131 



Hasl 



& Alien, ! 



1 lanover 

IIENDRk'ESON. DOLL, & RICH- 
ARDS, 28 Summer (see page 6 79) 

Moulton B. S. 3 Elm, cor. Hanover 
N. E. Lith. Steam Priming Co. 3 i 
Chauncv 



BIGELOW, KENXABD, & Co. 

Washington and 10 West 
Bopp Margaret, 327 Sumner 
Bnwker C. 106 Cambridge 
BRADFORD & ANTHONY, 

Washington 
Brigga Oliver L. & Co. 5 73 Wash 
Rriumer Ann- 33 Border 



178 



GAHD.VEK CUIi^OX, 3Inuufno<urer and Dealer in 
IIAAUES, STOVES, *Vc, 99 att«l 101 Bluckstoue St. 



Botftoil. 



FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. 



461 



Brooks D. B. & Bro. 55 Washington 

Brown E. J. ll Leverett 

Rucklev George F. SO Tremont 

H i •:: M P & Co. lb 16 Washington i 

Butler & Rogers, 13 Summer 

Batterfieid S. E. Miss, 13 Maverick | 

square 
Cassidv M.-A. 1 Pinekney 
Chandler Alary A 97 West Concord j 
♦Chapman 6. II. jr. & Co. 45 Fed!l. 
Chapman Thomas B. 177 Cambridge 
Clark E. E. 290 Washington 
Clark, Smith, Peirce, & Co. 186 Wash, | 
Ciark S. L. Airs. 14 PJeasant 
Coachman J. C. 182 Merrimac 
Conn Michael, 340 Hanover 
Conant A. 12 Marshall 
♦Cormerais H. & Co. 35 & 37 Fed'l 
Creech Samuel W. 326 Washington 
Crotiut F. 1849 Washington 
*CUSIIING JOSHUA M. 221 

Washington, room 9 
Cutter George EL 12 9 Tremont 
♦Cutter. Hyde, & Co. 32 Federal and 

107 Congress 
Bayly Ellen, Tremont onp. Station 
DAVENPORT & CO. 71 Water 

(see page 831) 
Dearborn J. N. 201 Hanover 
DODGE, COLLIER & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 
Dodge J. S. 127 Hanover 
Donovan M. A. Mrs. 209 Harr. Ave. 
Dresser L. & Co. 193 Wash. 
Driseoil K. M. Mrs. 108 Dorchester 
♦Dunham C. H. & Co. 6 7 Milk 
Etrott Russell D. 45 Meridian, E. B. 
Emerson Charles, 6 Eliot 
FENELON BROS. 282 Broad 
Ferguson F. M.. Miss 186 Cabot 
Field E. II. 3 Maverick sq, E. B. 
Fitzpatriek \Ym. II. & Co. 3 74 Wash. 
Klmn William W. jr. 146 Hanover 
Flusk M. C. 263 Fourth 
^Fogg 6c Sawyer, 97 Hanover 
Foss A. M. 62 Harrison avenue 
Foster & Deane 60 Leverett 
Francis J. P. C. 61 Cornhill 
Freeman Lysandtrr P. 29 Central sq. 
Gallagher William Mrs. 109 Brooks 
Gates A. 155 Cambridge 
Gates L. S. 855 Wash, 
Gleason E. & M. 393 Washington 
Glenn K. 11 Charles 
G-ltrey F. r»4 Fayette 
Goodrich D. O. 302 Washington 
Grace M. 1). Airs. Go Eutaw 
Green F. A- 521 Washington 
Greene D, T. 119 Broadway 
Greer F. A. 26 .Myrtle 
GroH.1 P. 58 Broadway 
Hale & Co. 3 Tremont row 
M ir.iy Archibald, 31 Anderson 
Harrington & Co. 80 Summer 



I ir 



Hastings Charles E. 100 Cambridge 
HA WES J. S. & CO. 128 an 

Federal (see page 814) 
Hawkins W. D. 164 Sumner, E. B. 

Herman F. 166 Washington 
*Heyer Bro-. 78 Federal 
Hills Elizabeth C. 60 Beacb 
Holbrook C. W. 599 Washington 
Holt Samuel P. 4 Border 
HoodM. C. & Co. 64 Milk 
Hopkins J. Airs. 268 Meridian, E. B. 
Horton H. H. 191 Broadway, S. J;. 
Houghton S. S. & Co. 45 to 55 Tre- 
mont 
Howe H. F. 58 Green 
Hunt J. G., N. E. cor. F. H. market 
Hunter L. G. & M. Y., W. Cedar, cor. 

Revere 
Hurd W. J. 50 Knceland 
Hutcliins Hamilton W. 1£ Harrison 

avenue 
Ives D. P. &Co. 4 7 Milk 
Jacobs Geo. E. 30 Hanover 
Jones J. A. 170 Washington 
Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
Kean Jane E. Miss, 69 Meridian, E. B. 
Keeler F. M. & Co. 47 Summer 
Keevan Mary Mrs. 49 Chad wick 
*Kellev & Edmands, 156 Wash. 
•Kenn'ard C. W. & Co. 122 Tremont 
Kerr William, 19 Hanover 
Kimball G. F. 302 Hanover 
Kimball Mary, 105 Meridian 
Kimball T. R. 1263 Washington 
KnappM. M. SQ Tremont 
Lane E. J. & Co. 19 Summer 
Lang & Murphy, 25 Plea-ant, 
*Lauterbach Henry C. 42 Federal 
Leonard R. L. 264 Dudley 
* Levin James F. & Co. li Bromfield 
••Lewis M. A. & Co. 39 Wash. 
Linz Louis, 160 Washington 
Lothrop C M. 53 Harvard 
Lovejov Alvan L. 229 Wash. 
Mc Bride Francis 121 Dudley 
McCloskey J. Mrs. 2 Meridian 
McKenna Margaret, 292 Meridian 
Ale Lean O. H. Mrs. & Co. 841 Wash. 
Mead Charles & Son, 1835 Wash. 
Mendnm J. O. Mrs. 707 Tremont 
Merrill E. 156 Wash, (up stairs) 
Mitchell R. H. 1673 Washington 
Morrison D. H. 11* Tremont 
Murphy & Collins, 1742 Wash. 
Newhall A. Mrs. 159 Broadway 
Nichols C. C. 54 Federal 
Norwood S. D. Mrs. 2099 Wash. 
Olmstead L AI. Miss, 60 Meridian 
Ordway & Chatel r 337 Wash. 
Osgood A. B. Mrs. 256 Meridian 
Ow"( ri Charles W. 707 Washington 
Palmer M. A. 1164 Federal 
Parker Charles F. 48 Cambridge 
Parker 6c Co. 98 Summer 



M A S h \ V I i L S IS T T S SI UTl'AL LI F K 
iou oOlce, 173 Washington Street; 



INS. CO. of Springfield, .Ma^. Itos- 
JOHA BUMSTJEAJD, General Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIKEC'TORf. 



♦Partridge Horace, 27 Hanover 
Peak John H. Mrs. 1184 Wash. 
Pendleton L. I. 13 Beach 
Pike Sarah, 225 Broadway 
Pratt P. rJ. lu4 Dorchester 
Qu«enan Janus, 01 Meridian, E. B 
Kay, Rogers, & Co. 75 Summer 
KUSSELL ^ CO. 1614 Hanover (see | 

page 831) 
Ryder Geo. W. 29 Leverett 
Safford & Co. 9 Maverick square, E. B 
*Saiom Mark, 351 & 365 Wash. 
Savory W. LI. 16 Hanover 
*Seabury Brothers, 45 Hano\er 
Seeiy Samuel W. 264 Meridian, E. B 
*Shaw, Livermore, & Co. 112 Wash 
Shope C. G. 1524 Washington 
Smith E. B. 06 Cambridge 
Smith F. 11. 713 Tremont 



Faucets. 
Da'.ton & Ingersoll, l!) Union 
Jenkins Nath'l, 52 Sudbury 
Puffer A. 1). 48 Portland 

Weed A. & Co. 36 Chardon (self- 
boring) 
| Zane Joseph & Co. 81 Sudbury (sel£ 
closing and hot water) 

Feathers, Beds, &c. 
(Sue also Bedding, t'e.'Uhzrs, etc.) 

BR AB ROOK E. II. 4 and 6 Union 
and 4 to 8 Friend 

Brooks William P. B. 120 Black-tone 

HALLETT JAMES H. & SONS, 17 
Dock square (see page 702) 

Hohnan John & Co. 60 Union 

INSTITUTION FOR Till: BLIND, 
20 Bromfield (see page 687) 

Samraet G. A. 130 Blackstoue 



Solomon Joseph & Son, i941 Wash. . 

Sprague S. B. Miss, 37 Clarendon garret t & Roboins, 5 Union 
Clad '*'s') Wheeler A. \V . & Co. 21 tu 

Stone E. T. Miss, 171 Broadwd.y 
Stone M. P. Mrs. 149 Meridian 
Story Joseph, 112 Tremont (Ger 

man) 
Stricter A. S., airent, 224 Hanover 
Stuart A. 1836 Washington 
Suter G. 44 Northampton 
Sweefclove E. Mrs. 58 Webster, E. B 



Swifr E. M. k Co. 44/V Summer 
Taylor William E. 4U Green 
*Te!ii[ile Charles E. 112 Court 



nion 
Feather Trimmings. 
Gidney P. M. 36 Winter 
HARPER & CO. 44 Temple place 

Felt Manufacturers. 
Bacon John II. 1 Union, manuf. at 

"Winchester 
LANG & DELANO, 2 India whf. 
(agents Lowell Felting Mills, see 



page 800) 

,OWELL FELTING MILLS, Geo. 
1). Putnam & Co. agents, 13 Cen- 



^Thompson S. C & Co 136 Federal , ^ (gee e 8Q7) • 
lulman Geo. S. & Co. 2o ; > U ash. ; New Ellg land Roofing & 1 



Townseud & Toppm, 206 Was ( roo fing felt) 5 Liberty sq 



Manuf. Co. 



Treat Wm. P. Mrs. 7 Henry. E. B. 
Warner H. A. Ill Court and 462 

Washington 
Watson George, 94 Court 
WeUfcwrortb J. 315 Washington 
Wesberg Mary A. 16 Maverick 
West©© Jr.hu'*!. 30 Central sq. E. B. 
Westo.Q S E. Mrs. 243 Meridian 
Wheatuii W. H. 40s Broad. way 
Wheeler Henry C. IfiOl Wash. 
Whitney & Taooan, 15 Winter 
Wier Henry, 29 Boylsfron 
Williams C. T. 1611 Washington 
Wilmot Myron, 371 Washington 
Winkley & Boyd, 662 Wash." 
Wood John H. 108 Court 
Woodman H. A. 50 Winter [row 
Woodruff. Fenno, & Co. 3 Tremont 
Wright lienrv A. 32 Cambridge 
Zakrzewska W. J. 1041 Wash.' 
Zander J. C, 401 Cambridge 



Farm Agents. 

Chapin Geo. H. 20 Seollav's V. 
GLEASOSi L. w. ^ co! 102 



(ilding 



Fertilizers. 
I Ames Plow Co., Quinev Hall 
I Bartlett 0. L. & Co. 16 Broad 
! BRADLEY WM. L. 24 Br, ad 
i Davenport George & Co. 145 Mi ; k 
(Pae-ilk guano) 
Grould James, 3 4 Doane 
Hovey & Co. 53 North Market 
IToxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Kirke George W. & Co. 110 Water 
Osborne A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 
I Parker, Gannett, & Osgood, 49 North 

Market ami 46 Merchants row 
| Robinson Thos. L. 19 Lindall 
j Tucker Joseph A. 13 Doane 
I Unicn Fertilizing Tube Co. 9 Mer- 
chants row 

File Manufacturers. 
ABBOTT & HOWARD, 11 Oliver 

(see front colored page) 
Earl. Smith, & Co. Futtoa. cor. Cross 
FIRTH THOMAS ,S. SONS. 11 
Oliver (see front colored page) 



Gorman M. 9 -J Beverly 
ington (special attention given to Kilner Wm. 626 Federal 
the s de of farms and residences) '. Moore & Bros. 16 Maverick sq., E. B 
Nason & Metealf, '^6 Wash. I Sunderland & Ogden, P, cor. First 



UAIUJ.YKH tliltSOX. 33uj»uf«cturtr mul Dealer in FURNACKS, 
RA.\GE«, STOVKS, &c, 99 am<\ 101 Blackstoue St., l$o-t«>»« 



FIRE-BRICKS — FISII. 



463 



Fire-Bricks, Clay, and Tile. 

Boston Fire-Brick and Clay Retort 
Manuf. Co. 394 Federal' and 13 
Liberty sq. 

Davis & Chaddock, 125 Water 

EDMOXD JAMES & CO, 1,3 Liber- 
ty sq. (see back colored page) 

Hpxie fe W. & Co. 4:3 Long wharf 

Fire Engines. 
Hunneman & Co. 26 Union, and 

Hunneman, near Washington 
.Tucket & Freeman, li Hampden 

Fire Extinguishers. 

American Consolidated Fire Extin- 
guisher Co. 95 Water 

Fire Works. 
AUSTIN BROS. & STEERE, 

manufacturers. 32 Federal 
Creech S. W. 326 Washington 
Lauterbach Henry C. 42 Federal 
Marstou Cornelius E., Foundry 

Fish. 
Dealers in Freth Fish. 



Elarding John, 1 Com'l wharf, X. side 
Harrington X., Havre, cor. Sumner 
Harris Matthew, 9 Dudley 
Haskell William jr. 154 Cambridge 
Haskell S. C. & A. W. 680 Harr.ave. 
Haskins M. W. & Bro. 25 & 26 Com- 
mercial wharf 
Hasson John, 40 Hampden 
Hawes J. Y. 842 Hanover 
Higgin9 L. F. 1174 Washington 
Hill D. & Co. 19 to 22 Comm'l wharf 
Hilliard Richard W. 15 Central sq. 
Holbrook H. A. & Co. 9 and 10 Com- 
mercial wharf 
Hopkins R. R. 1183 Washington 
Jaekson G. D. 64 Anderson 
Jackson S. II. 131 W. Brookline 
Johnson E. A. & Co. 49 Bromfield 
Johnson F. H. 34 Charles 
Lang ley F. A. 324 Broadway 
Lombard D. 98 Chambers 
Manson G. F. 296 Shawmut ave. 
Marston John & Co. 1 Lewis wharf 

and 227 Commercial 
Mayo X. jr. 9 Commercial 
MeMahou Thomas, 73 Pleasant 



Andrews, Rich, & Co. 9 and 11 Com- Xason Samuel C. 17 79 Washington 

mercial wharf, north side 
Atwood Amaziah, 15 Winslow 
At wood E. 106 Pleasant 
Atwood T. A. 150 Court 
Aull J. R. cc Co. 13 Commercial wh'f, 

north side 
Bacon John & Son, 1 Boylston market 

(basement) [ters) 

Barrett Samuel, 1247 Tremont (oys- 
Bradford James 2 79 Meridian, E. B. 
Brown Edward. 35 Lontr wharf 



Xewcomb L. 92 Harrison avenue 

Paine I. B. 308 Tremont 

Parsons 6; Co. 27 to 30 Commercial 

wharf [tage 

Phillips Win. II.. Marginal opp. Cot- 
Proctor Charles. S St. Charles .Market 
Rich Andrew & Co. y and 11. Comm'l 

wharf [.Market 

Rich & Freeman, 14 and 26 Williams 
Rich X. D. 17 Guild row 
Rich Thatcher, 351 Hanover 



Brown J., Warren, near Washington i Rogers, Stone, & Co. 32 Com'l wharf 

Brown S. F. 1 Winthrop block, E, B. ' Ross C. H. 29 Dorchester 

Brown, Seavey, & Co. 18 Commercial Ru.gg & Liivhrield, 108£ Blaekstone 

wharf [bangs, &c.) Seaver & Co. 15 Commercial wharf, 

Brown 6: Co. City wharf (clams, qu 
Brown 6c Nevvhall, 78 Springfield 
Bunting ^: Emery, 27 Comm'l wharf,' Small John jr. 60 Beach 



norm side [Second 

| Skinner James & Co.. Dorehest'r, cor. 



north sidi 
Caldwell E. B. 324 Broadway 
Chapman Win. N". 54 and 5G Green 
Chip-man E., Broadway, corner E 
CLANCY DAVID II. 691 Fourth 
Clark & Snow, 7 and 13 Com'l -wharf, 

north .vide [north side 

Colmau 6c Son, 21 Commercial wharf, 
Cook T. 32 1 Leverett 
Cooley Charles E,, Crag it's- bridge 
< (bisters) 
CooJey L. Cragie's bridge (lobsters) 
How & Barry, 827 Washington 
iKer Caleb, 1459 Washington 
Oyer J. C. 2 s Derne 



| Small Manuel, 247 Meridian, E. B. 

j Smith Geo. M. 369 Meridian 

j Smith Johm & Son, 73S Washington 

j Smith William C. 47^ Kingston 

JSNOW& FULLER, 5 Commercial 

i wharf, north side 

; Stone Geo. G. 105 Cambridge 

I Taylor H. E. 6c Co. 15 Com! wharf 

; Tirrell John, 194 Cambridge 

Upton R. A. 1560 Washington 
j Webb Joseph, 1311 Tremont 
' Wiley Jesse 11. 263 Broad 

Wiley 6c Stubbs, 13] Commercial 

Wilson J. A. 632 Tremont 

Wood Lowell M. 551' Tremont 



Freeman 6c Stubbs, 19 Commercial; . 

whari; north side i Dealers m Salt and Pickled Fish. 

Oreen Joseph W. 41 Long wharf Brown Edward, 35 Long wh 

HAX!>F(>RL> A. P. 66 Harrison ave.; Brown, Seavey, 6c Go. Id Com. wharf 

HiAM, CAIUL.TOA', cV CO,, Mannfatturevs of tiie Celebrated JSVA.U 
FItlCTiO.Y MATCH. UJ to 10i Friend Street. Bostou. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Fish — continued. 
Churchill Win. 0. & Co. 224 State 
Clark & Woodward, Fort Hill wharf 
Curtis John, 80 X >rfolk avenue 
Freeman, Snow, 6c Co.. Snow's wharf 

(smoked) 
Gerrisb, Ereneb, & Co. 21 Commerc'l 

and Carlton's wharf, F. B. 
Green J. W, 41 Long wharf 
Haskins M. W. & Bro. 25 and 26 Com- 
mercial wharf 
Hill D. & Co. 19 to 22 Commer'l whf. 
Holbrook II. A. £ Co. 9 and 10 Com- 
mercial wharf 
Howes Richard A. & Co. 51 Com'l 
Jones T. J. & Co. 218 Broad [Pier 
Leavitt B. & Co. Philadelphia Packet 
Litchfield D. 19.3 Hanover 
Mann N. P. & Co. 220 State 
Mansfield C. H. & Co. 222 State. 
MARKHAM & IIAWLEY, Margi- 
nal, E. B. (see page 697) 
Marston John & Co. 1 Lewis wharf 

and 227 Commercial 
Mayo Henry & Co. 5 Commerce 
Mayo Noah, jr. 9 Commercial 
Nickerson E. & Co. 7 Commerce 



Southward E. F. lit State 
Yal>'. It. M. 1-1 Commercial 

Flavoring Extract Manufs. 
BOWKER H. L. & CO. 29 Broad 
Burnett Joseph & Co. 27 Central 
Clifford S. VV. 57 Commercial 
Hartshorn Edw. 132 Water 
Hursell J. C. & Co. ."> Chatham row 
Leavitt John L. 64 Broad 
National Chemical Co.. John C. Hur- 
Snsell & Co., props, 5 Chatham row 
Preston & Merrill, .3 7 Purchase 
Bedding F. G. 7 Fulton 
SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO. 32 N. 

Market 
Yandolar J. II. 294 Washington 

Flax. 
Boston Flax Mills, Chas. T. Hubbard, 

treas. 85 Commercial 

Florists. 
(See also Nurserymen.) 
Black John A., Warren, cor. Monroe 
Bowditch xV. C. 10 Tremont 
Cet'rez & Cezilly, 17-i Tremont 
DILLON J. H. 12 Warrenton (and 
ardener) 



Nickerson Edward G. 42 Long wha 

Parsons & Co. 27 to 30 Commercial j Doogue William, G 79 Washington 
wharf | Dugan Thomas, 142 Washington 

Rich Isaac & Co. 35 Commercial I Galvin John 6c Co. 61 Tremont 

Rich Richard, Maverick, opp. Jeffrey 'Murray James, Grove Hall ave. n. 
Snow Franklin «Sc Co. 4 Commerce Moreland 

SNOW & FULLER, 5 Commercial I Strong W. C. 19 Merchants row 



wharf, north side 
Xrediek & Knapp, 39 Long wharf 
Wheeler F. D. 96 Commercial 
Whitney A. A. 286 State 
Whitnev Salmon. 236 State 
WOODWARD & MANN, Harris 

wharf, 182 Broad 

Dealers in Smoked Fish. 
MARKIIAM & HAWLEY, Margi- 
nal, E. }>. fst-e page 69 7 J 

Fishing Met j&iachine Mamif. 
LEWIS & WARD, Border, n..Cent'l 
sq., E. B. (see page 702) 

Fishing Tackle. 

BRADFORD .s: ANTHONY, 173 
Washington 

Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 & 5o Haver- 
hill (tor fishing- boats) 

Hall John, 132 Lincoln 

Loveli John P. <N; Sons. 2 7 Dock sq. 
and 15 Washington 



Trautman M., Warren, cor. Dale 
I Washburn & Co. 100 Tremont 

Flour and Grain Dealers. 
! Abbot & dishing. 49 Commercial 
i Alden & Spring. 6 7 Commercial 
i Allen & Co. 23 Commercial whf. 
! Ames A. & Co. t'3 Citv wharf 
! Ames & Raymond, 13 City wharf 
! Aver & Farwell. 2 Commerce 
i Baker C. & J. F. & Co. 117 Comml. 
■ Baker T. 154 Commercial 
' Baleh W. P. 28 Blackatone 
! Ballou, Hibbard,& Frye, 21 F. H. sq. 
! Barker H. & Co. 76 Commercial 
i BartleU O. W. & Co. 19 Blackstonc 
i Beck F. A. 6 Boylston 
j Belknap & Boynton, 1 Blackstone 
I Bemis & Brown. 169 Milk 

Bigelow J. & Co. 23 North Market 

Bigelow M. E. & Co. 10 Beach 
' Blake E. N. & Co. 47 Commercial 
j Blanchard 11. & Co. tio Commercial 

Blaney W. O. 32 Commercial 



McCormiek Moloney, 205 Commercial i Bond & Davenport, 114 Lincoln 



Walker P. II. & Co. 6 Fan 'il Hall sq 

Flags. 
Peal- Wm. 56 Pitts 
Kingtn 
Lanipr 



Pollard & Leijrh 



Boston Flour Co. 112 Union, & 35 
Boylston, 3. S. Knower, agent 

Boswortli C. E. & Co. 98 Lincoln 
i & Hobinson, 102 Coramerel | BOWDLEAR S. G. & CO. 194 State 
I & Marble* 3.3 7 Commercial j (see page 661). 



04 Tn 



Bradburv Wm. 231 State 



nton, i'*! l remoTit 

(iAHD.VKR CIIILSO.V, Manufacturer rtml Dealer In FURNACES, 
RANGES, 5T0VJES, «Scc., 99 uml 101 Blackstonc S<., Botitou. 



FLOUR AND GRAIN DEALERS, 



461 



Brewer & Fowle, 68 Commercial 
Brock way & Dearborn, 109 Comm'l 
Brooks, Joslyn,& Co. 86 &88 Comm'l 
Bryant David, 201 Causeway 
Candler, Todd, & Co. So Broad 
Chad bo urn II. 6c Co. 53 Commercial 
Chiekering 1L & W. 54 Commercial 
Clap & Brother, 173 State 
Clark & Co. 150 & 152 Blackstone 
Cochran Bros. 138 Blackstone 
Connell P. 160 Commercial 
Courtney & Co. 140 Lincoln 
Crockett Brothers, 43 Commercial 
Crosby S. & Son, 601 Federal 
Crowell P. & Sons, 70 Commercial 
Cummings C. II. & Co. 46 Comm'l 
Cutting, Winch, & Co. G6 Comm'l 
Davis & Taylor, 24 Canal " 
Dean Russell & Co. 110 Lincoln 
Demond T. D. & Co. 107 Broad 
Dewing & Peirce, 122 Lincoln 
Dickinson D. L. 214 Suite 
Dimick c\: Russell* 90 Commercial 
Dorr Cornelius, 202 State 
Doty John L. 8 North Market (agent) 
Draper, Baker, & Kins, 15 Charlest'n 
Dyer S. II. & Co. 34 Broad 
Edgerly Charles B. 3 Comm'l wharf 
Edgerly John S. 3 and 4 Comm'l whf. 
Edmands James F. & Co. 172 State 
Elkins & Webber, 128 Leverett 
Eustb, Libbv, & Darling, 1.9 Comm'l 
Faber & Pullen, 154 North. 
.•Fa a tree C. B. 1313 and 1317 Tremont 
Faxon Brothers. 166 State 
Felt & Chase, 29 Commercial 
Fenno J. P. & Co. Centre, near R. R. 

bridge, Ward 15 
Fisher H. B. & Co. 40 Long wharf 
Foster B. O. 14 Commercial 
Fowle G. M. & Co. 48 Central 
French, May, vk Co. 9 Blackstone 
French G. W. 14 Commercial 
Galiigan P. & Co. 11 Lewis. E. B. 
Gates George F. 6 Commerce 
Gayle <Sc Co. 51 Commercial 
George & Shackfonl, 218 State 
Gilman E. & Son, 28 Merchants row 
Good J. A. & Co. 98 Commercial 
Grant S. M. 276 Harrison avenue 
Great Western Family Flour Co., F. 

A. Beck, agt. 6 Boylston [kftra) 
Greeley & Hammond, 188 State (bro- 
Gfeenoujjh James, 46 Commercial 
Griggs Benj. F. 354 Sliawniut ave. 
Hugar G. W. k J. B. 3 7 Long wharf 
Ilafe James M. esc Co. 6 Blackstone 
Hall. Morse. k Howe, 03 Commercial 
Harvey Chas. C. & Co. 10 Comm'l 
Hathaway & Langdon, 186 State 
llenick Samuel K. 1 Haverhill and 

i Haymarket sq. 
Hicks & Hathaway, 3 Commerce 
Hills & Brother. 117 South & 68 L T tiea 



Hinman & Co. 78 Commercial 
Holmes F. M. 10 & 42 Commercial 
Houghton Joseph, 1 1 17 Tremont 

Howy, M. ad. & Co. 71 North 
Howes, Scudder, & Crocker. 38 North 

Market 
Humphrey, Fiske, & Co. 2 It St 
Humphrey "\\ "m. E. & Co, 50 Coml. 
Johnson J. M. 6 X. Market [coin 

JOHNSON & FREEMAN, 39 Lin- 
Jones Joseph. 75 Haverhill 
Jones & Blanchard, 7-j Commercial 
FCemble & Hastings, 69 Commercial 
Kingsbury & Flagg, 4 7 Lincoln 
Knight, Cutler, & Co. 86 Commercial 
Lanes & Wood, 200 State 
Lincoln & Beal, 124 Commercial 
Lord, Stone, & Denny, 8 Blackstone 
Lord & Webster, 25 Commercial 
Maynard & Sons, 34 Commercial 
MeElroy Henry, 1802 Washington 
Melntyre P. & Co. 196 Commercial 
McLean Alpine, 88 Commercial 
Miller Bros. & Willis, 228 Broad 
Monks & Co. 113 South and 90 Knee- 
land, and Second, cor. C 
Moore, Ayer, & Co. 7 Blackstone 
Morse E. & Co. 84 Commercial 
I Munroe Otis. 92 Commercial 
I .Myers & Arnold, 9 7 Lowell 
I Nazro, Parker, & Co. 105 Comm'l 
j Newcomb John J. & Son, 60 Comm'l 
Newhall EL B. 36 S. Market 
Noyes Geo. E. 65 Commercial 
Otis Howland, jr. 70 Meridian 
Page W. R. 65 Commercial [stone 
Pane, Kidder. & Co. 11 & 12 Bla< !•:- 
Parker S. T. & Co. 141 Milk 
Perry Augustus B. & Co. 232 State 
Pitcher, F'tttner & Co. 200 Comm'l 
Plnmer & Co. 1 73 State 
Porter Eleazar, 185 Cambridge 
Porter & Co. 274 Broadway and 333— 

Broad 
Proctor & Morse, 50 Leverett 
Rice & Davis. 5 Central wharf 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 State 
Robinson & Dodge, 32 Canal 
Sawin & Edwards, 15 Blackstone 
SCUDDER. BARTLETT, .\ CO. 5G 
Broad (receivers of flour) 
i Scudder Harvev & Co. 174 State 
j Sears & Durham, 178 & 180 State 
| Shumwav B. S. 27(1 Federal 
I SLADE'D. & L. 21 India (see ; 
718) 

! Smith Wm. D. & Co. 78 North 

' Snow R. K. & Go. 22 Blackstone and 

6 7 North 
I Soper, Ames, & Co. 2 and 3 India 
Southard, Hudson, & Co. 52 Comm'l 
Sprague, Soule. £c Co. 10 T wharf 
Spring Charles, 27 Commercial 
Stewart, Walker, & Co. 17 Blackstone 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL JLIFiS 
ton oflice, 173 Washington Street 5 



INS. CO. of SpriitgneM, Mjiss. 1{<»-,. 
JOHN BtfMSTE AD, General Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Flour and Grain Dealers — continued. 
Surette Louis A. 62 Commercial 
Sweet B. D. 25 7 Commercial 
Swinertoii Charles E. 16 Canal 
Tib bits S. N. 157 Harrison ave. 
Tisdale, Wilde, & Co. 101 Comm'l 
To wee & Joy, 55 Commercial 
Towjje & Washburn, 182 State 
Upham G. P. & Co. 206 State 
Upton S. J. 201 Causeway 
Vinal II. W. 112 Commercial 
Vinal Quiney A. 44 Commercial 
"Vittum, Talbot, & Co. 207 State 
Whitcher & Stratton, 21 Charlestown 
White James & Co. 49 Lincoln 



Fresco Painters. 
BRAZER WM. S. 46 Temple place 
(see page 701) 

CARL WM. -JO studio Building (see 
page 6 7l>) 

Fret Sawing. 
NOVELTY WOOD WORKS, J. J. 
McNutt, Wareham and Maiden 
(see page 818) 

Fringes and Tassels. 
Fiedler O. 30 Winter 
Griffiths C W. & Co. 16 Milk 
| Hubbard Dudley, 129 Tremont 
: Walker Samuel. 682 Harrison ave. 



\\ dleut 6c Co. 99 Charlestown 

Ti-ir r^ c n o.>o c* * I ^eigter A. 1 Jbussey place 

W ilhams E. 6c Co. 208 State ' 1 

"Wright 6c Whiteoinb, 3 Commerce &j Fruit. {Foreign and Domestic.) 

21 City wbarf 

Flouring Mills. 
Boston City Flour Mills, Marsh & El- 



Baker G. & Co. 1 Merchants row 

j Barrett 6c Hooper, 11 South Market 

; Bliss 6c Co. 4 7 Chatham 

! Bowditch A. C. 10 Tremont 

! Brown A. g, & J. 110 State 

| Buzzell Charles W. ] Broinfield 

j Carroll B. 183 Hanover 

! Chandler C. N. 31 Water 

j ('lark J. F. 8c Son, Buggies, cor. 

Washington 
j Cole & Bobbins, 18 Broad 
| Conant J. F. & Co. 50 Chatham 
j Crocker S. P. 57 Chatham 
I Currier 6c Dean, 15 Merchants row 
j Davis A. R. IS Union 
! Dbcou C. S. 503 Washington 
I Doane S. P. & Co. 13 North Market 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. | Dow F. N. & Co. 10G State 

Marion, E. B., office 114 Stale (see j Farnum 6c Cooper, 62G Washington 
page 700J : Flint E. S. 14 Merrimac 

BOSTON FORGE CO. Jas. Smith, j Fogg A. J. & W. C. 220 Washington 
treas. Maverick, E. B. (see page ! Calvin John & Co. 61 Tremont 

60S) ' ; Gilson A. X 2 Green 

Commercial Point Forge, Dearborn, j Greenwood W. A. 22 Union 

Robinson, 6c Co. 14 Kilby 
LAZELL. PERKINS, fc CO. 
Broad 



ting, 47 to 52 Commercial wharf 
Flower Pots. 
DILLON J. H. 12 Warrenton 
Story Joseph, 112 Tremont 

Food for Horses and Cattle. 

Matthews 6c Marshall, 156 Comm'l 

Force Pumps. 

ASHCROFT E. H., Sudbury, coi 
Bowfeer (see page 660) 

Forges. 



Foundry Facings. 

Boston Drug Mill, 90 North, J. 
Pierce, agent 



:' Griffiths 6c Co. 1 Faneuil Hall sq. 
28 j Hall Isaac, 34 Elm 

\ Hammond II. 6c Co. 1 Green 

"Hartford k Co. 3 South Market 

'Jones 6c Farley, 135 State 
C.jLANERGAX* J. W. 17 School 

' Lawrence Charles, cellar 6, New Fan- 



Boston Milling Co., C. E. Rugs, agent, ■ euil Hail market 

43 Broad 'Lincoln Mar-hall. 12 Essex 

EDMOND JAMES & CO. 13 Lib- Littlefield & Enslin, 8 North Market 
erty square (see back colored page) ' Love joy A. W. & Co. 30 Broad 

MAY 6c CO. 1 Broad (see inside back ; Merritt & Richardson, 1 Faneuil 



Hall square 
Mullen M. Ill Beach 
Paine B. F. 33 Dock square 
Palmer J. P. 6c D. R. 112 Tremont 
Parker Charles, 91 Corn hill 
Philbrook Brothers, 111 Llackstone 
Pierce & Buchanan, 9 6c 11 Merchants 
ME AN i' EDWARD F. New Albany, I row 

opp. Maiden and 22 State (see p. j Plummer J. P. 6c D. 10 Blackstone 
688) Russell & Wilier, 19 Merchants row 



cover) 

Freestone and Limestone. 

Foote John, 400 Charles 
Gill 6c Co. 1-:. Dedham, near Albany 
LOMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis wharf 
ami 9 T wharf (see pane 685) 



GAR OX Kit CII1LSOX, Manufacturer ami Dealer in FURNAt ES, 
HAXCiES, STOVEs, dtc, 09 and. 101 lilaxkstime St., Huston* 



FRUIT 



FURNITURE. 



407 



Silsbee B. F., Court, corner Brattle | Spenee Chas. II. 59 Blackstone 
Small W. B. & Co. South Market Wadman W. B. 1107 Washington, 
SOUTHMAYD & CO. Tremont,cor. 1447 do. and 83 and 85 North ' 
Bromfieid WALKER GEOftGE W. & CO. 18 

Spear & Co. 2 Chatham row and 50 Union 

Stevens & Co. 20 N. Market (jellies) Warren o^ Gleason, 76 North 



Stratton & Moore. 14 Broad 
Tatt 6c Gilson, 2 Green 
Taylor Emery, 5 Dock square 
Trabuco Bernardo, 130 Blackstone 
Tyler Edmund W. 5 Commercial 
Tyler J. C. & Co. 54 Chatham 
Walker J. & Sons, 126 State 
Weeks Edwin L. & Co. 14 Merchants 

row 
White Isaiah, 100 Tremont 

Fur Dealers. 

(See also Furriers.') 

Bates Martin & Sons, 27 Elm 

Dodd George D. 130 Milk 

Dodd Horace, 130 Milk 

Dodd Timothy, 130 .Milk 

Eichborn & Brothers, 88 Water 

Frey Frederick, 156 Washington 

Frev Godfrey, 5 Hotel Pelham 

i" ' n n vt c c ii^ n ' Bent \\ . H. 124 i niton 

Gnnnell G. B. & Samuel Emmes, 9 o r , tt- * n 1 * o tt i 

,,, ' i Berry' Geo. V V . & Go. 1 & 2 Holmes 

Elm I vj i 

SLOCUM WM.E 180 Washington ! ™ °r<i ■„♦ h mnv *i 

i Blake Christopher, 100 North 

! Blake & Alden. 59 Brattle 

j BOSTON CHAIR CO. 41 

(chairs, see page 704) 



Washburn & Son, 7 ( bange avenue 
White William, 13 West 
Whiteley Edward, 59 & Gl Charles- 
town 

Furniture Dealers. 
Adams O. & Son, 51 Broadway 
Allen A. H. 1 Dock square 
Allen John, 1792 Washington 
Alien, Leavitt, & Co. 35 Sudbury 
Anderson J. J. 140 Fulton 
Atkins Isaiah, 7 Lewis, E. B. 
Bacall W. K. & Son, 611 Wash. 

j Badger & Batelieller, 9 & 10 Charles- 

| town 

I Baker, Cheney, & Co. 26 Canal 

' Bartlett C. W. 78 Merrimac (cham- 

| ber) 

j Bea.1 & Hooper, 3 & 4 Holmes block, 

I Haymarket square 



Fur Dressers. 
Cahlane & Foley. 5 7 Haverhill 
McGinnis C. 43 Way 

Furnaces and Banges. 
Andrews, Wilder, & Co. 93 North 
Ballon & Co. 112 Portland 



Boston Furniture Co. G. W. 



Way 

afford, 



treas. i.3 5 Friend and 42 Canal 
BOYCE BEOS. 5S1 and 583 Wash- 
ington (see pa^e 660 ) 
BOSTON & MAINE FOUNDRY I BR ABRO OK E. H. 4 and 6 Union 
CO. 139 Friend (see front colored; and 4 to 8 Friend [town 

page) . ! BRAIN ARD J. L. & CO. 55 Charles- 

Brown George A. Jr. 117 Blackstone i Branian, Shaw, & Co. 27 Sudbury & 
Carpenter C & Co. 11 & 13 Union 09 Portland [9 Marshall 

Gate & NIckerson, 150 Suinmer and Brooks W. P. B. 120 Blackstoneand 



200 Federal 
CH1LSON GARDNER, 99 Black 

stune (see inside front cover) _ 
Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford 
Clipp S. W. & Co. 91 Blackstone 
DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 96 and Carstensen 

98 North (see page 733) j Chapman & Edgerly, 132 Friend 

Dunklee B. W. & Go. 113 Blackstone Clarke John, 54 Pius 
Edwards E. 632 Harrison avenue j Coburn S. I). 2 Charter 
Fawcett & Hawkes, 21 Bedford ! Colby M. 162 Broad wav 



i Browne W. II. 41 Temple place 
BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 

Wash, (see page 650) 
Cady W. A. 723 Wash, (repairer) 
Carr John, 88 Meridian, E. B. 
V. 64 Meridian 



Hanson J. L. & Co. 115 & 117 Black 

stone 
Ituse Joseph & Son, 9 7 Blackstone 
Larrabee Bro. & Co. 15 Court 
Lewis & Lincoln, 6 Blackstone 
MAGEL FURNACE CO. W. E 

Smith, treas. 36 and 38 Union (see Davenport A. M. & Co. 

front colored paire) ■ Day II. B. 67 Leverett 

Pond Mc 



& Co. 



Collamore H. L. & Co. 113 Court 
Coin-ins Geo. T. (bedsteads manuf.) 

173 Blackstone 
Connor Win. 5 7 Fleet 
Croome Geo. & Go. 304 Wash. 
Daniels & Harrison, 25 Sudbury 

28 Cornhill 
, , sec. hand) 
9 and 81 Black- ; DEL APORTE & CO. 129 Poitland 



Pond & Duncklee, 87 Black 
Si av-y & Co. 35 Mackston 

HYAM 



(chairs, arm chairs, and sofas, man- 
ufactory, Dorchester St. South Bus- 
ton) 



CARLTOX, £c CO., Manufacturers of Hie Celebrated Mi AM 
FRICTION MATCH, 92 to 10 i Friend Street, Boston. 



468 



BOSTON BUSINESS WUECTORr\ 



Dentin P. M. 108 and 110 Dover 
Denyvon, Couch, & Hayward, 90 | 
Utica [Prince | 

Pinsuiore James, &Q8 Hanover & 20 

Downey P. & M. 167 Dover 

Downing M. 18 Broadway 

Drew, Jackson, & Co. 173 Blackstone 

(extension tables) 
Drummo.nd & Prichard. 815 Wash. 
Dudley O. W. 203 Cambridge, (sec- 

hand) 
Ellis J. A. & Co. 2 Studio building 
Finnegan Anthony, 239 Federal (sec. 

hand) 
Flynn David. 51 and 57 Prince 
Foley Patrick, 77 Salem 
Follis Edward A. 215 Harrison ave. 
Ford J. F. 68 Hampden 
Fox John, 49 Salem 
Frazier k Walls. 56 Albany 
French A. A. 39 Ferrv [wav I 

Furber R. F. (sec. hand) 24 Broad- | 
Gill Albert, 711 Federal 
Oilman II. D. & Co. 149 Fulton 

(extension tables) 
Graves Samuel, 139 Rlaekstono 
Gray &Bail. 34 Union and 19 Friend I 
Greely Newell, 123 London and 156 i 

Meridian 
HALEY, MOUSE, & BOYDEN, i 

407 Washington 
HALLETT JAMES H. & SONS, 1 7 ! 



Ha. 



Dock square (see page 



& Johnson 



>age 702) 
,179 II 



arrison 



avenue 
Harnden S. & Son, 14 Canal 
Hatch & Young, 877 Wash. 
Haynes J. G. 168 Harrison ave. 
Hazelton J. E. 114 Merrimac (reno- I 

vat or) 
IL11, Van Wort, & Co. 49 Fulton 
Hills & Holaian, 73 Fulton (cottage) ! 
Hixon Edward CS: Co. 172 Wash, 
Hobby G. W. & Co. 13 SO Tremont 
Hudson Henry, 72 Fulton 
Holmes F. M. ^\" Co. 188 Hanover 
HOLMES. GOODWIN, & CO. 130 j 

North 
Hopkins Charles. 39 Cornhill 
Hubbard J. C. 701 Wash. 
Jenkins W. C. 49 Broadway 
Jones T. B. & Co. 164 Commercial 

and 141 Fulton 
Kemp Thomas, 20 Charlcstown 
Kimball & Co. 19 LindaU 
Kingman J. A. S3 and 98 Merrimac 
Lambert P. L. 9 Friend 
Lawrence, Wilde, 6c Hull. 42 Corn- 



hill 



di: 



E. B. 



LINDERGREEX OLOF, 68 Meri- 
LITTLEHALK. DRAKE. & VVIL- 

LETT (counting house and oilice), j 

94 1-2 Utica 
Long Dennis, 59 Leveret! 

GAHD.VEK CHILTON, Manufactu 
K.YNGKS, STOVES, «fce., 99 mi 



McCarthy Callaghan, 11 Camden 
McCullyH & Co. 607 Wash. 
McOarry Charles, 26 Charlestown 
McGuckian J. (second hand), L079 

Tremont [cottage) 

Merriam O. W. 121 to 135 Fulton 
MEKIIIHELD MOSES,514 Wash. 

(see page 683) 
Morton J. C. 84 Chapman 
Morton J. E. (second hand), 1292 

Tremont 
Muleahey D. 57 Cambridge 
Murphy Michael, Leverett, corner 

Brighton 
Nealon J. & Co. 135 Endicott 
Noble J. H. 223 Hanover 
O'Rieley Allen. 172 Merrimac 
Packard P. F. & Sons, 56 Union and 

43 Friend 
Paine J. S. 44 Canal 
Parsons C. W. 301 Hanover 
PARSONS & TORREY, 460 & 564 

^V\ash. (see page 693) 
Paul James & Co. 3 38 Wash. 
Paul & Co. 354 Wash. 
Pease Chas. G. & Co. 13 Charlestown 
Pkmney W. S. 74 Portland 
Phinnev & Co. 12 Green [mond 

PEIRCE, BROWN, & CO. 76 Rich- 
Plimpton H. R. & J. L. 622 Wash. 

(parlor bedsteads) 
Poor S. jr. 1 9 Charlestown 
Putnam & Cochran. 40 Richmond 
QulgleyW. H. 19 Beach 
Ray J. H. 118 Cambridge [town 

Richardson, Howard, & Co. 5 Charles- 
Riley Allen, 172 Merrimac 
Bobbins Eli W. 132 Cambridge 
Rob}' A. II. 20 LaGrange (repairer) 
Rogers R. B. 1 24 Cross 
Ross J. L. 42 Chardon, opp. Haw- 
kins (school) 
Ruddell J. Mrs. 95 to 99 Richmond 

and 283 Hanover 
Ruddell Wm. 386 Hanover 
Russell & Phelps, 19 Brattle 
Scales James, 1170 Wash. 
SHALES DANIEL & CO. IS Eustis 

(see page S2S) 
Shattuck W. G. 108 Fulton (school) 
Shine D. C. 145 Charlestown 
Sibley Rodney (sec. hand), 10 Green 
Skally H. C. 30 Beverly 
Smallwood E. A. 82 Lincoln 
Smith Bros. 1047 Wash. 
Smith F. B. 1620 Washing-ton 
Sneli L. D. Wash. cor. Warren 
Souther, Flint, & Co. 40, 44, and 46 

Union [Washington 

Squires Sidney & Co. 569 and 57 7 
Starrett & Robbing, 5 Union 
Stevens G. W. 601 Wash. 
Story & Co. 121 Shawmnt ave. 
Strout C. W. & Co. 14 Charlestown 

Ter nud Denier in FURNACES, 
d IOI Ulackstone St., Uoston. 



FURNITURE — GAS FITTINGS, ETC. 



409 



Stuart B. & J. II. 97 Fulton 
Stuart F. E. 93 Fulton 
Sullivan T. F. 74 Pleasant 
Taylor & Howes, 2 and 4 Warren 
Thayer B. (sec. hand), 316 Hanover 
Tr.-adwell Samuel, 25 Meridian 
Turner H. A. & Co. 31 West 
VAUGHN JOHN J. 323 Washing- 
ton (see page 681) 
Viner George, 324 Wash. 
Wakefield C. (cane), 131 Friend 
WARE GEO. W. & CO. 12 Corn- 
hill and 2o Washington (see page 
6 79) 
Wassineus & Whittle, 86 North 
Wetherbee J. W. & Co. 9 Merrimac 
Whitten Isaiah, 161 Hanover 
Willet Chas. A. & Co. (second hand), 
19 Battery [Hanover 

Woodbury, Gray, & Co. 51 and 53 
Wormwood O. T. 71 West Canton 
Wright James, 24 Prince 

Furniture Manufacturers. 

Baker, Cheney, & Co. 25 Merrimac 

Blake Christopher, 100 North, (what- 
nots, hat trees, centre tables) 

BOSSOM & BOllSH, 6S Albany 
(see page 830) 

BOSTON CHAIR CO. 41 Way 
(chairs, see page 704) 

Croome Geo. & Co. 304 Wash. 

Fernald W. L. & Co. S7 Causeway 

Gleason W r . B. 8 Province (orna- 
ments) 

HALEY, MORSE, & BO'YDEN, 
407 Washington 

Holmes F. M. & Co. 188 Hanover 

HOLMES, GOODWIN, & CO. 130 
North 

HUGHES J. A. & CO. 151 Wash. 
(office, see page 68S) [avenue 

Kormmviez J., Wall, cor. Harrison 

MANSON & PETERSON, Border, 
cor. Decatur, E. B. (ship, see page 
700) 

Smallwood E. A. 82 Lincoln 

SHALES DANIEL & CO. ISEustis 
(see page 828) 

Wassineua & Whittle, Border, near 
Decatur, and 86 North 
Furriers. 

Barnum & Wight, 30 Summer 

BENT & BUSH, Washington, cor. 
C >urt 

DAME, ILSLEY, & CO. 223 Wash- 
ington 

Eirhhorn & Bros. 88 Water 

Prey Godfrey , 5 Hotel lVlham 

Grinnell C. B. & Sam'l Emmes, 9 
Elm 

liiwiel Geo. W. 10 Province 

Hollander J. L. 179 Wash. 

KaTcas E. !02 Washington 



ton oilice, 1?:J Washington Street? 



Paul .Julius, GOO Washington 
Pazolt Thos. C. & Son, 360 Wash. 
Walko Martin & Co. 39 Summer 
Widraer Theodore G. 241 Wash. 
Wolff Adolph, 10 Elm 

Gas and Water Mains. 
WHITING L. F., Kemble, near Bos- 
ton Load Works (see page 810) 

Gas and Water Pipe. 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside back 
cover) 

Gas Burners. 
SHAW W. F. 615 Wash, (dealer) 
WHITNEY & TAPPAN, 15 Winter 

Gas Burning Improvements. 

AMERICAN IMPROVED GAS- 
LIGHT CO. OE MASS., C. P. 
Sykes, agent, 27 Bromfield (see 
page 817) 

Hollings R. & Co. 369 Washington 

WHITNEY & TAPPAN, 15 Winter 

Wood A. H. 80 Court 

Gas Companies. 
American Improved Cas Light Co. of 

Boston, C. B. Hancock, agent, 15 

Kilby [Congress 

Atmospheric Pressure Gas. Co. 62 
BOSTON GAS LIGHT CO.. W. 

W. Greenough, trea. ^ agt. 20 West 
East Boston Gas Light Co., George 

H. Plummer, t-reas. 1 Maverick s<{. 
Ne^v England Liquid Gas Co., Water, 

corner Devonshire [Kilby 

New England Pneumatic Gas Co. 24 
South Boston Gas Light Co., Richard 

J. Monks, treas. E. J. Davenport, 

agent, 8 Congress sq. 
ROXBTJRY GAS LIGHT CO., 

Win. B. Kingsbury, trea. 41 Dudley 

Gas Fittings and Fixtures. 

ASHCROET E. H., Sudbury, cor. 
Bowker (see page 660) 

Bliss & Perkins, 25 and 27 West 

Bostwick E. R- 152 Washington 

Bramau, Dow, & Co. 3 and 4 Hay- 
market sq. 

Carleton Wm. 30 Beach 

Carruthers & Co. 52 Maverick sq. E.B. 

Crowlev Michael J. 83 Portland 

Drake O. P. & Co. 6 and S Bedford 

Drisioil & French, 1 Essex 

Rollings li. & Co. afiO Wash. ; factory, 
14 Beverly 
j Keaton A. J. 1907 Washington 
j Kneeland Bros. 53 Congress 
1 Lowe D. H. 108 Sudbury (burners) 
i Lutted T. & W. 223 Broadway 
' KcKennv C. H. & Co. 523 Wash. 

MORTON & COLCORD, 87 Friend 
(st*e front colored page) 

IMS. CO. ol Springfield, Slaas. Boh- 
JOiLN BLJUSTKAU, Geuual Agent. 



470 



BOSTON BUSINES3 DIRECTORY. 



MURRAY, BURNS, & FITZGER- 
ALD, 6 Charlestown (manufactur- 
ers of gas fixtures, and general 
brass finishers. Metal spinning, 

stamping, and punching done to 
order. Argand burners, gas fix- 
tures refinished in the best man- 
ner. Sole manufacturers of Stan- 
wood's patent noiseless Argand 
burners.) 
Peiree M. W. & Co. 12 Sudbury and 

109 Friend 
Peruana, Drew, & Co. 56 Sudbury 
Perry R. G. 1068 Washington 
Richardson & Co. 122 Dudley 
Sanborn S. T. & Co. 113 Milk 
SHAW W. F. 615 Wash, (dealer) 
Slader Geo. R. & Son, 1S81 Wash. 
Smith & Bullard, 19 Wash. 
Stephenson Thomas, 40 Bromfield 
Stetson S. A. & Co. 350 & 352 Wash. 
Stimpson J. M. 11 78 Washington 
Sturges B. R. 106 Court (^as gover- 

nors) 
Tarbell E. & Son, 15 Bromfield 
Tucker Manuf. Co. 117 Court 
Turner & Ware, 27 Bromfield 
Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 to 24 Dev- 
onshire 
WHITNEY & TAPPAN, 15 Winter 

(wholesale) 
Wilkins Frederick A. 23 West. 
WOOD W. A., Broadway, c. Emerson 

Gas-Meter Manufacturers. 
American Meter Co. 23 West 
Tufts Brothers, 42, 44, & 46 Sudbury 

Gasometer Manufacturers. 
HODGE E. & CO., Liverpool, near 

Central sq. E.B. (sec page 697) 
SNOW WILLIAM II. I i Lewis, E.B, 

Gas-Pipe Fitters. 
Allen Boyd, 142 Northampton 
Allen Phiueas D. 174 7 Washington 
Bartlett Win. E. 1374 Broadway 
Beach Allen, 13 Bowker 
Bosworth & Holton, 8 Pleasant 
Bowman J. G. <Sc Co. 7 Spring lane 
Braman, Dow, & Co. 3 and 4 Hay- 
market sq. 
Crowley M. J. 83 Portland 
Drury Thomas J. 60 Endieott 
Frost Geo. W. 1747 Washington 
Grant A. EL 84 Chardon 



& Co. 369 \ 



\ ash. and 14 ktnpi 



Hollings R. 
Beverly 

Kennedy' J. 45 Maverick sq. E.B. 

Kirley & Mungovan, 9 Boylston 

Kneeland Bros. o:> Congress 

Kneeland S. R. 106 Court 

LAXGLLY, CA11BEE, & CO., Bor- 
der, n. Central sq. E.B. (see p- 696) 

I»-e Daniel, 58 Friend 

tnth-fl T. & \V. 223 Broadway 

WAUDSER CIIILSOX, Mamifact«L 

IiA.VuliS, STOYJES, ic, UU uui 



I McCarthy James &. Co. 76 Lincoln 
| Moffitt C. E. 96 Richmond 
Mudgett A. H. & Co. lot; Union 
MURRAY, BURNS, & FITZGER- 
i ALD, 6 Charlestown 
! Paul Geo. K. & Co. 64 Union 
j Peiree M. W. & Co. 12 Sudbury and 

109 Friend 
j Perham, Drew, & Co. 56 Sudbury 
I Perry A. J. & Co. 55 Devonshire 
| Perry R. G. 1068 Washington 
i Pierce Charles. 56 Charles 
Pike John, 20 Charlestown 
Russell II. 53 Merrimae 
Russell & Burke, 10 Howard . 
Sawyer E. G. 13 City Hall avenue 
SHAW W. F. 615 Washington 
Smith James & Co. 27 Charlestown 
! Tucker I. N. 4 70 Tremont 
i Turner & Ware, 27 Bromfield 
! Walworth J. J. Sc Co. 18 to 24 Dev- 
| onshire 

j White Danford. 1 1 Brattle 
j WHITNEY & TAPPAN. 15 Winter 
! Wood Win. A. 710 Washington 
! Woodman Ezekiel, 9j Court ave. 

Gas-Pipe Manufacturers. 

I DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 96 and 

98 North (see page 733) 
| MORTON & COLCORD, 87 Friend 
I (see front colored page) 
j SANBORN S. T. & Co. 113 Milk 

(manufacturer) [onshire 

Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 to 24 Dev- 

Gas Stoves. 

Andrews, Wilder, & Co. 93 North 
j Hollings R. & Co. 369 Washington 

Lowe I). H. 108 Sudburv 
j .SHAW WILLIAM F. 615 Wash. 
: Slader Geo. R, & Son, 1881 Wash. 
| Stetson S. A. & Co. 352 Wash. 
' WHITNEY & TAPPAN, 15 Winter 

Gas- Works Manufacturers. 

AMERICAN IMPROVED GAS 

LIGHT CO. OF MASS., C. P. 

Sykes, agent, 27 Bromfield (see 

page 817) 
AUTOMATIC GAS MACHINE 

CO.. D. W. Holmes & Co. agents, 

7 Libertv sq. 
Drake O. P. 6c Co. 6 and 8 Bedford 
F 



ire State Gas Machine Co. 



Washington, S. A. Stetson & Co. 

agents 
MORTON & COLCORD, 87 Friend 

(see front colored pa-e) 
Union Gaslight Co. 40 Bromfield, < '■ 

Tirrell 
WHITING L. F., Kemble, n. Boston 

Lead Works (gas works eas 

see page 810) 
J*7 and Dealer iu FUUAACKSj 
i 101 Dlackntou^ St , lfc»»t«m. 



GASOLEINE — GLASS. 



471 



Gasoleine. j Parker E. B. & Co. 84 Summer 

HOLMES D. W.&'-CO. 7 Liberty **""* J- W. & Co. 37 Court 
gqu&re Reeves Wm. C. 431 Washing 

Gents' Furnishing Stores. ! gkkart P. It. 263 VVashingt. d 

I Robinson A. S. o89 Washington 
(*)VIw>e*ak.) Sawyer G. A * Co 317 W; 

Adams Geo. T. 167 Hanover I Saver Wm. II. & Co. (manuf.) 2 



32 



_ I 



BACON ROBERT & CO. 

Washington (see page 828) 
Ho wen, Moore, & Co. 56 Summer 
•Briffham W^rn. P. & Co. 80 Devon- 
shire 
Brine Geo. R. & Co. 371 Washington 
Butler Alford, 181 Washington 
Button Hole Neck Tie Manuf. Co. 

221 Washington 
Chaffin John C. 186 Washington 
Chandler Bros. 625 Washington 
Cleaveland E. R. & Co. 12 Tremont 

row 
♦Damon, Temple, & Co. 72 Summer 

and 23 Otis 
Dexter John, 245 Meridian 
Dolbeare & Hawkins, 98 Court 
Dyer & Howes, 60 Green 
♦Fisher Sidney & Co. 46 &48 Federal 
Fisk Wm. 163 Hanover 
Floyd F. C. 200 Broadway 
Freeman & Taylor, 158 Court 
Frey Godfrey, 5 Hotel Pelham 
Gault G. C. 6 Hanover 
George J. A. 18 Cambridge 
George & Chipman, 9 '3 Court 
Gove A. B. 72 Hanover 
Growing Oscar, 1 76 Washington 
Gray Ira C. & Co. 243 Washington 
♦GRISWOLD D. C. & CO, 166 

Devonshire 
Hamblin, Farr. & Co. 50 Hanover 
Hamblin Wiliard R. 663 Wash. 
Hard Charles, 134 Broad 
H;ardy G. A. &M. 28 Washington 
♦Haw-ley, Folsom. & Martin, 13 Otis 

and 24 Arch 
♦Ilawley T. R. & Co. 12 Ekn 
Flaynes J. II. 55 Court 
♦Henderson & Stan wood, 9 Court 
Hewins & Hollis, 209 Washington 



Hobbs A. & Son. 2 Mav< 



iqu; 



HOWE I. A. & Co. 221 Wash., room 

10 (see page 804) 
Jackson Samuel jr. 1875 Wash. 
Kenney J. E. & Co. 695 Wash. 
Lawrence H. S. & Co. 1937 Wash. 
*LeIand Emerson, 6 Arch 
*Leland, Wheeloek, & Co. SI Devon- 
shire 
Lyons. Shuman, & Co. 102 Devonshire 
Macomhfer J. B. 87 Washington 
Maguire John M. 415 Washington 
♦March Brothers, Pierce, & Co. 9 and 

10 Otis and 1* Arch 
Merrill Lewis il. W. 97 Washington 
♦Noyes Chas. A. & Co. 72 Summer 



Pearl Street House 
Shedd C. F. 81 Milk 
♦Simons Brothers & Co. 7 Otis 
Sondhein J. 605 Washington 
Strauss R. & Co. 137 Court 
Tower & Esty, 20:i Hanover 
♦Walker Joseph ^ Co. 41 Franklin 
Warner H. A. Ill Court and 462 

Washington [mcr 

♦Weil Chas., Dreyfus, & Co. 48 Sum- 
White S*. 3d Green 

German Bronze Powders. 
DONALD W. C. & CO. 12 Spring 
lane (see page 836) 

Gilders of Picture Frames, &c. 
Arnaud J. J. 284 Washington 
Andrews Jacob R. 52 1£ Washington 
Boos T. 39| Kingston 
Bricket Nathan A. 4 Chickering pi. 
Cabot Jos. F. & Bro. 89 Sudbury 
Fraser James B 144 Washington 
Hastings & Davenport, 123 Wash. 
Hatch Wm. 425 4 'Washington 
Hoch J. & E. 118 Court 
Howarth. Pierce, & Co. 256 Wash. 
Maloney Patrick, 811 Washington 
MEYER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 

Holmes block, and 105 Friend (see 

page 805) 
Olsson J. F. 1 Province, c. School 
Ross & Hatchmau, 480 Washington 
Sargent C. H. 6 7 Cornhill 
Sowle John, 120 and 122 North 
Webster J. E. 14 Bromfield 
Wright David, 65 Causeway 
Wright John F. 1 Chestnut ave. 

Glass. 
FlinUGlass .) Tan ufacturers. 
BAY STATE GLASS CO. E. W. 
Bettmson, agent, 54 Kilby 

Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. S. II. 

Fessenden, agent, 26 Federal 
Boston Silver Glass Co. Young, 

Hayoes, 8c Dyer, 15 Federal 
Cains William. Second, cor. B 
CALLENDER J. B. 55 Kilby, cor. 

Water 
Cape Cod Glass Co. II. F. HigffinsoU, 

treasurer, 102 Milk 
Mass. Glass Co., S. Oak man, treas. 

99 State 
Mount Washington Glass Works, 

Wm. L. Libbey, 61 Milk 
N. E. Glass Co. Henry Whitman, 

agt. 45 Batterymareh 

BYAM 



I'YAJf, CAIILTO.V, & CO., Manufacturers of tlie Celebrated 
FRICTION 3I4TCII. O'J to 103 Friend Street, Boston. 



472 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



GUm— continued. I CARPENTER, WOODWARD, 8c 

Portland Glass Co. J. N. Chapman, I MORTON, lu7 State 



tgent, 6 3 Conffre 



COOK J. M. 131 and 141 Con r. -- 



SAXON SHEET GLASS CO. 131 I (see page 714) 

to 141 Congress, J. Mi Cook, agent {Damon, Sherburne, & Co. 20 and 22 



(see page 714) 
STANIFORD JOHN W. 49 

mont (plumb and level glasses, see 
page 704) 



Suffolk Glass Co. 3. Jenkins, treasurer 

78 Water 
Union Glass Co. J. P. Gregory, agt. 

115 Milk 

Importers of Plate-Glass. 
BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 & 

511 Wash, (see page 659) 
CARPENTER. WOODWARD, & 

MORTON, 107 State 
Damon, Sherburne, & Co. 20 & 22 

Canal, and 19 & 21 Merrimac 
HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, 

39 Elm (see page 6 73) 
MEYER CI1AS.E. & CO. 7 and 8 

Holmes block. Haymarket square 

and 105 and 107 Friend (see page 

805) 
Page & Harding, 191 State 
Tuttle, Garfield', ^ Co. 10 Merchants 

row 

Glass Ware Dealers. 
Ashley J. E. 72 Kilby 
Rarrett Charles B. (manuf.), 45 North 

Market 
Briggs Richard, 137 Washington 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 

310 Wash, (see page 703) 
Cormerais H. & Co. 37 Federal 
Dewey F. O. 29 Merrimac and 28 

Canal 
DODGE.J.OHN T. $ CO. 6 Custom 

House Street (see page 834) 



I Canal [Broad 

Tre- | Folsom, Oilman, & Pope, 63 and 65 
Folsom & Dearborn, 10 India 
Hensbaw, Brigham, & Co. 154 State 

HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, 

39 Elm, importers (see page 6 73) 
HOWE & FRENCH, 69 Blaekstone 

(see pane 6 74) 
Marshal) H. N. F. & Co. 78 Broad 
MEYER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 8 
Holmes block. Haymarket sq. and 
105 and 107 Friend (see page 805) 
Page & Harding, 191 State 
Tuttle, Garfield, & Co. 10 Merchants 

row (importers) 
Wadsworth. Rowland, & Co. 34 India 
WASHBURN B. D. 137 Congress 



Glass and Chemicals. 

DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Washington (see page 829) 

Glass' Cutters and Engravers. 
Branigan & Cuddy, 21 Harvard pi. 
COOK J. M. 131 and 141 Congress 

(see page 714) 
Keller Henry. 2 Spring lane 
Kern & Welch, 14 Chardon 
Rice J. E. & Co. 65 Sudbury 
West Samuel, 19 Harvard place 

Glass Makers' Supplies. 
Winslow W. H. & Co. 26 Central whf. 

Glass Stainer. 
COOK J. M. 131 and 141 Congress 
(see page 714) 

Glaziers' Points & Diamonds. 
Homer, Caldwell, & Co; 52 Union j HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, 
HOWLAND & JONES {late Otis 

Norcross & Co.) 24 S. Market (see 

page 798) 
Lanterbach Henry C. 42 Federal 
Marshall J. P. & Bro. 63 Congress 
MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 

(see page 812) 
NELSON A. M. & CO. 120 Congress 

(see page 681) 
Rice J. E. & Co. 65 Sudbury 
ROGERS & CO. 105, 107," and 109 

Federal (-ee page 662) 
Smith Thomas jr. <o5 Union 
STEDMAN D, B. £ CO. 80 Broad 



39 Elm (see page 6 73) 
Tuttle, GaiHeld, & Co. 10 Merch. row 

Globe Manufacturer. 
Joslin Gilman, 5 Mt. Vernon ave. 

Gloves & Mittens. 
Bigeiow, Peyser, & Co. 10 Milk 
Davis Geo. B. & Co. 283 Wash. 
Goodsell, Budillon, & Co. 8 Summer 
Judson G. C. & Co. (manuf. buckskin) 

2 Lincoln 
Kent M. A. (manuf. Plymouth buck- 
skin), 49 Summer 
Sparrow Knowles. 4 Otis 
Story Joseph, 112 Fremont (shades) : SVhit Bros., & Kilburn, 143 Summer 
Williams Wm. B. Ill Milk 
Young, Haines, & Dyer, 15 Federal 
fsilvered) 



BOLES LEVI dc SON, Haymarket 

in j. cor. Sudbury 
Brajjdon, Tavener, & Co. 8 India 



(manuf.) 

Qlue Manufacturers. 
BAEDER, ADAMSON. & CO. 1* 

Blaekstone (see page 6 73) 
Capen & Pierce, 8 Custom House st. 



UAUO.VKU CHII.SOA, Manufacturer mid Dealer In FURNACES, 
KA>Gi:S, STOVES, «SLc,. 99 and 101 Blackfltoae St., Hostoii. 



GLUE MANUFACTURERS — GROCERS. 



473 



CARPENTER, WOODWARD, & 

MORTON, 107 State (sheet) 
E.-sex Glue Co., Walker. & Brother, 

1 7 Merchants row 
UPTON GEORGE, 51 Kilby 
UPTON & GO. 51 Kilby ' [Milk 
Van Valkeaburgh (x. (agent) 110 

Glue Stock and Sizings. 
Osborn A. & Co. 25 Central wharf 

Gold Beaters. 
Bacon W. Frank, 33 Hawkins 
Davis G. W. 17 Spring lane 
Drew Joseph L. & Son, 3 Province ct. 
Kerr R. M. 5^ Hamilton pi. 
Hood Bros. 152 Washington 
Lothrop E. W. 16 Harvard pi. 

Gold Milling Companies. 

Bullion Consolidated Mining Co., J. 

P. Whitney, treas. 19 Lmdall 
Cook Gold Mining Co. 10 Phoenix 

building 
Excelsior Gold Mining Co. John 

Wetherbee, treas. 11 Phccnix build. 
Incas Silver Mining Co. J. P. Whit- 
ney, treas. 19 Lindall 
New Era Gold Mining Co., E. N. 

Burt, treas. 39 Court [13 Doane 
Ophir Mining Co. Chas. Barrett, treas. 
Palmerston Mining Co. Chas. Barrett, 

treas. 13 Doane 
Wellington Mining Co. Chas. Barrett, 

treas. 13 Doane 

Gold Pen Manufacturers. 

Farnsworih Geo. E. 91 Washington 
Snow F. W. 9o.i Washington 

Gold and Silver Platers. 
H.ILLMAN J. J. 24 Sudbury 
Laibrme V. 15 Water 
Richards 11. M. Jewelry Co., Green, 
corner Chardon 

Gram. {Barley.) 
VAX NOSTRAND W. T. 118 Lin- 
coln (see page 6 7$) 

Grain Elevators. 
City wharf. Gilman Davis, agt. office 

69 Clinton 
Stebbins S. B. 46 to 58 Eastern ave. 
Suffolk Mill, 22 Eastern ave. Smith & 

Wheeler 

Grain Measurer. 
Kay George P. I 2 1 Commercial 

Grain ers, 
BAILEY C W. 460 Treroont (see 

page 805) 
IiO BBS II. B. 2-12 Commercial (see 

page 69'j) 

m\ssachusi:tts muti/al, lifk 

tail otiice, 173 Washington Street j 



Granite Dealers. 

Baldwin k Emerson, Dedham, near 
Harr ave. (North River fl 
stone) [Causeway 

Boston & Maine Granite Co. 198 

Borliss D. G. & Co. 22 State 

Davis D. C. 22 Slate 

Davis & Goodrich, order box 22 State 

Derry C. T. (sea wall). 22 State 

Eames Ezra, 22 State 

Frederick & Field, 22 State 

Gill & Co., E. Dedham, n. Albany 

Gilman J. F. & F. L. 22 State 

Granite Railway, 3! Pemberton sq. 

Hard wick C. II. &. Co. 22 State 

Hollis Thomas, 22 State 

Hosley & Russell, 438 Federal 

Hutchinson D. C. 340 Charles, ft. Pop. 

McAwley Edward & Son, 9 7 Ware- 
ham 

Mitchell Granite Co. 41 Kilby and 
22 State, C. R. Mitchell, treas. 

Perkins Wm. R. 50 School 

Rieker, Lyons, & Co. Boston wharf 
and 22 State 

Rock port Granite Co. J. Stimson, agt. 
22 State 

Rogers O. T. & Co. 22 State 

Sargent E. C. 22 State 

Worcester F. 50 School 

Grindstones. 

BOSTON GRINDSTONE CO. 
Sargent's wharf (see pa<;e 691) 

LOMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis wharf 
&9T wharf (see page 665) 

Morss Charles W. 24 Union 

SEAMAN, RE AD & STEVENSON, 
Sargent's wharf (see page 691) 

Grist Mills. 
Litchfield II. T., Lewis, E. B. 
Grocers. 
{Wholesale.) 
Allen Daniel & Co. 149 Blackstone 
Allen & Woodworth. 193 & 195 State 
Allison & Mason, 310 Broad 
Ames & Raymond, 13 City wharf 
Ay ers & Eaton, 50 Central 
Baker C. 6c J F. & Co. 107 Comm'l 
Baldwin Wm. H. 3 Commerce 
Batchelder, Mann, & Co. 210 State 
Beal Benj. F. 4 Central wharf 
Bickford I. H. 6~) Clinton 
Rirehard, Torrey, & Co. 183 State 
Bliss James, 349 Broad 
Bradlee J. <k Son 13<s Friend 
Bribes & Shattuck, 165 Milk 
Brooks II. C. & Co- 4 Lewis whf 
Bnrgess, Faxon y & Co. 169 Summer 
Callender Henn &Co. 1 Couimi rcial 
Carr. Chase, & Raymond, 22 7 State 
Carter, Mann, X Co. 43 X 4 7 Water 
Chase Asa C. 115 Haverhill 



IMS. CO. of SwriUSffleld, Muss. Bo«« 
JOHS BUMSTEAD, General Agent. 



474 



EOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. 
ClaHin, Savtlle, & Co. 8 S. Market 
Cobb C. D. & Bros 184 and State 

550 Washington 
Cole M.J. &€b. 37 India 
Conant J. F. & Co. 50 Chatham 
Conants & Sanborn, 17 S. Market 
Dana, Hyde, & Co. 83 Broad 
Dana Thomas & Co. 9 k 11 Comm'l. 
Dantbrth, Seudder, k Co. 203 State 
Darling & Tucker, 65 Blackstone 
Davis John & Son, 204 Commercial 
Demond Thomas D. & Co. 107 Broad 
Dorr, Parks, & Co. 2 Commerce 
Eaton Chas. F. 45 Lon£ wharf 
Farrington, Tozier, & Hal!, 148 State 
Fellows, Weeks, & Co. 89 Broad 
Gammans J. jr. 103 Commercial 
Gav Timothy & Co. 22 India 
Gilmore, Kingsbury, & Co. 142 Com- 
mercial 
Goodnow D. & Co. 91 Commercial 
Goodnow G. k Co, 29 South Market 
Gray A. F. & Co. 170 & 172 Comm'l. 
Hall M. L. & Co. 34 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Haskell & Adams, 219 State 
Higgins, Parker, k Co. 141 Milk 
Hurd G. F. k B. k Co. 5 & 6 South 

Market 
Jackson W. M. & Co. Ill State 
Kaulback John G. jr. 128 Water 
Mayo & Tarr, 113 Commercial 
Mcintosh Be-nj. S. & Co. 43 and 45 

Lincoln 
Mclntvre P. & Co. 196 Comm'l. 
Meriam S. & W. & Co. 39 S. Market 
Moody Charles E. & Co. 75 and 7 7 

Commercial 
Morse, Say ward, & Co. 45 Commer- 
cial and 59 Clinton 
Munroe I. W. k Co. 5 Commercial 
2sickerson F. W. 12 Commercial 
Korris & BJchards, 17 Central 
Howell J. A. 169 Blackstone 
Parker is: Caldwell, 1 Commerce and 

13 City wharf 
Peirce. Dana, & Co. 42 Broad 
Peirce Silas & Co. 59 & 61 Comra'i. 
Pendleton & Rose, 308 Broad 
Plummer II. N. & E. L. 133 Central 
Pratt L. G. & Co. 21 G State 
Raymond F, IT. & Co. 87 Broad 
Rice F. & F. & Co. 11 Broad 
Rich John & Co. 104 Commercial 
Rich Matthias & Co. 11 N. Market 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 State 
Roberts J. W. & A. 148 Blackstone 
Rogers A. C. & Co. 14 Comml. wlif. 
Ryder & Hardy, 63 Commercial 
Sawtell A. & Co. 33 South Market 
Sears & Durham, 17s 6c 180 State 
SEW ALL, DAY, & Co. 83 Comm'l. 
Shapleigh Wm. A. & Co. 150 State 
Sleeper S. S. & Co. 35 S. Market 



| Smith W. D. & Co. 78 North 
j Stearns Wm. & Co. 60 Chatham 
Stedman, Thayer, & Co. 91 Broad 
Talbot G. B. & Co. 95 Broad 

Torrey George W. & Co. 25 and 26 

South Market 
! Wadley, Jones, & Co. 5 India and 8 

Broad 
Waldron B. F. 186 Commercial 
Wason, Peirce, & Co. 61 Chatham 
Wentworth & Faxon, 6 Commerce 
Wiggin, Morse, & Co. 105 State 
Winchester, Talbot, & Upham, 95 

Broad 
Winslow & Myrick, 199 State 

Retail. 
Abbott & Co. 159 Hanover 
Abbott Jas. E. 110 Pleasant and 56 

Church 
Adams C. H. 31 Lincoln 
Adams, Fessenden, & Co. 177 Court 
Adams Luther & Co. 63 Kneeland 
Alden G. O. 17S9 Washington 
Andrews Charles, 28 Kneeland 
Arey L. H. & Co. 77 Maverick, E. B. 
Atkins H. W. 160 Blackstone and 89 

Union 
Atkinson R. H. 81 TV 7 . Concord 
AtwOod E. L. k Co. 153 Hanover and 

118 Blackstone 
Barry John, 119 Gharlestown 
Barry J. H. 905 Fourth 
Barry Michael M., Eighth, corner 
Knowlton 
j Barry Patrick, 700 Federal 
i Barry P. 458 Commercial 
] Bartlett A. M. Mrs. 84 Sumner, E. B. 
! Barton F. W., Way, cor. Albany 



Batchelder & Co. D 



c. Decatur 



Beal Wilder, 1058 Tremont 
B catty Robert, 713 Fourth 
Beekman G. G. & Son, 91 and 93 

Hanover 
Beer Anthony, 36 Northampton 
Bell William' 125 7 Tremont 
Benninghoff A. & P. 1210 Tremont 
Bickford W. D. 148 Broad 
BicfeneH N. B. & Co, 44 Howard 
Bird F. 1). 76 Portland 
Bird & Doane, 16 75 Washington 
Bixbv Elbridge S. 167-Meridian E. B. 
Bla-ney N. T. 149 Second 
Blantz Francis, 121 Norfolk ave. 
Bogue Hugh, 59 Kingston 
Bond & Winch, 219 & 264 Broadway 
Bonner Dennis 155 tendicott 
Bonner Bridget. 156 Everett 
Bonney H. T. & Co. 10 Boylston 
Borden Thos.J., Thacher, cor. North 

Margin 
Bowe P., L cor. Seventh 
Braley Charles A. 120 Meridian 
Brannan Daniel, 135 Tyler 



GARDNER Cill&SOft, 
RAXOES, SPOVES, 



Manufacturer ami Dealer in 

<fcc ., OU and 10 1 Blackstone St. 



FUR X ACES, 

. Boston. 



GROCERS. 



475 



Bray & Smith, 824 Shawmut ave. 

Breen Daniel, 392 Charles 

Brett John, 202 Harrison ave. 

Bre&oahan M. 108 Warrenton 

Bresnahan P. 110 Warrenton 

BriggSj Brother. & Co. 348 Dorchester 

Brodericfc M. 116 Raggfes 

Brooks John C. 6 Lowell 

Brooks Levi S. 93 Meridian, E. B. 

Brown Dennis, 102 Warrenton • 

Brown D. M. 11 Chadwiek 

Brown J. A. & Son, 11 Central sq. 

Brown well P. 34 Oak 

Bryden W- E,., Curve, cor. Tyler 

Buckley John, 146 Albany 

BurFum Carlon, 193 Friend 

Bullard B. F. S. & Co. 10S5 Tremont 

Bullard N. G. & Co. 190 & 192 Har- ' 
rison avenue 

Burke John, 1441 Tremont 

Burke Wm., Everett, c. Cottage, E. B. 

Burleson & Farr, 75 Pleasant 

Burns Williams, 130 Prince 

Burrows & Morse, 1855 Wash. 

Burt & Ward, 54 Beach 

Buxton Henry, l&S Salem 

Callahan B. 183 Endicott 

Cailahan John, 222 Fourth 

Campbell Francis, 815 Federal 

Canny II. 175 Endicott 

Canny P. 411 to 419 Hanover 

Clapp David, 7G3 Tremont 

Carey James, 14 Taber 

Carey John, 202 Fitch 

Games John, 835 Albany 

Carr J. A. 1525 Washington 

Carr John, 30 Andover 

Carr L. II. 1525 Washington 

Cassier L. 68 Salem 

Caswell Thomas, 46 Prince 

Caverly Daniel E. 93 Chariestown 

Cawiey Dennis jr. 174 Endicott 

Chalice George A. 24 Pinekney 

Champney J. 138 Dudlev 

Chase A.'C. 115 Haverhill 

Chesley II. B. & James I. 137 Cam- 
bridge 

Chester J. H. 26 Dover 

Clancy Michael, 27 Factory 

Clapp David, 763 Tremont 

Clapp F. A., Dorchester, cor. Mercer 

Clark Owen, 18 South Margin 

Clark P. J. 72 Merrimae 

Cleary Thomas, 83 Purchase 

Clifford M. 90 Warrenton 

Clinton Hujdi, 281 Stunner 

Cobb C. D. & Bros, 53Q Wash, and 
140 Hanover 

Cobb Edward, 112 Cambridge 



C 



obb George F. 133!) Tremont 



Cobb II. E; & Co. 173 Shawmut ave. I 
C«»bh James C. 824 Shawmut avenue 1 
Cobb .V Co. 32 and 36 Causeway 
Coblei^h Geo. 557 Tremont 



Cobleijjh iS: Chase, 1^1 Salem 

Cochrane P. It. 199 Weal Canton 

Coney Daniel, 1 51 Bea< b 

Cohen Sarah, 129 Cambridge 

Cole A. F. 93 Broadway 

Cole A. II. 380 Dudlev 

Collins D. 67 Porter, L. I;. 

Collin9 James, 2 7 Fleet 

Collins John, 177 Friend 

Collins Patrick, 91 Essex 

Collins Patrick, 9 Fleet 

Colman Joseph, 161 Salem 

Conlon John & Co. 134 Lincoln 

Connelly Dennis. 45 Emerald 

Connelly John, 328 Federal 

Cook Thomas, 38 Cooper 

Cooledge L. A., Peach, cor. Kingston 

Cooledge Lemuel A. jr. 116 Salem 

Coster Frank, Grove Hall ave. cor. 

Dove 
Cotter C. 305 Federal 
Cottle Jonathan, 2G Congress 
Coughlan Owen, 511 Harrison ave. 
Counhlin Thomas, 587 Harrison ave. 
Croft Louisa, Decatur, cor. Chelsea' 
Crosby Patrick I). 100 Hampden 
Crowley Patrick, 1126 Tremont 
Crudden James 50 Swan 
Cuddy Lawrence, Swett, near C^as 

Works 
Cuinmings Patrick, 213 Cambridge 
Cunningham John B. 112 Northamp- 
ton 
Cunningham Michael, 424 Chelsea 
Curley Peter H. 1024 Tremont 
Curran Thomas P. 20 Lincoln 
Currier A. A. & Co. 3 Charles 
Currier & Boutwell, 102 Biackstone 
Curry Francis, 99 Chelsea 
Curtis James W. 357 Meridian 
Curtis & Crane, 1 Chelsea, E. B. 
Cushman & Henry, 130 Shawmut av. 
Daley Bros. 153 Kneeland and 353 

Federal 
Daley Daniel, 290 Federal 
Daley Ellen, 96 Essex 
Daly Michael, 214 Sumner, E. B. 
Darling H. R. & Co. 190 Sumner 
Darling & Ham, 115 Tyler 
Darling & Tucker, 65 Biackstone 
Davis Frederic, 138 Pleasant 
Davis P. & Son. 212 Cambridge 
Day Calvin K., Grove Hall ave. cor. 

Mt. Pleasant avenue 
Day Thomas T). 2 73 Meridian, E. B. 
Day & Co. 50 Bromfield 
Decatur 1). F. & Co. 1370 Tremont 
Delanv B. 72 Suffolk 
De Luce O. C & G. J-, Fourth, Kc. 
Dempsev E. C K)7 Cabot 
Dennegan C. 216 Fourth 
Dcvine James, 262 Fourth 
Dewing & Pierce, 122 Lincoln 
Diggins Michael, 107 Warrenton 



15YA3I, CARLTON, &- CO., Manufacturer* of the c«.-l«-i»r»te« BYAM 
FUICTIO.X MATCH, 9^ to 104 Friend Street, Boston. 



476 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. 
Dillon Mary, 101 Chelsea 
Division 3, W. S. Simmon?, agt. 141 

Broadway 

Doe William G., Federal, cor. High 
Doherty Edward, 129 Endieott 
Doherty George', Endieott, c. Thacber 

Doherty Henry, 64 7 Harrison ave. 

Doherty Hugh, 30 Cooper 

Dolierty John, 136 Prince 

Doherty N. 23 Cooper 

Doherty Patrick, 184 D 

Doherty P. 74 Salem 

Doherty T. 118 Prince 

Dolan B. 98 Hampden 

Dolan Patrick:. 1351 Tremont 

Dolan Peter. 1246 Tremont 

Donnelly E. C. 43 Lowell 

Donnelly John, 27 Faetory 

Donnelly Patrick. 31 Maiden 

Donovan M. 170 D 

Donovan Timothy, 254 Second 

Dowd Thomas. 42 Norfolk avenue 

Downing John. 108 Princeton, E. B. 

Doyle Patrick. 1232 Tremont 

Driseoll Dennis C. 74 West Dedham 

Driseoll John F. 355 North 

Driscoil P. Third, near A 

Duane J. H. 329 Sumner, E. B. 

Dudley E. A. 86 West Canton 

Duffy Edvvard Mrs. 18 Lancaster 

Dunn M., Centre, corner School 

Dustin Calvin, 92 Brighton 

Dwyer Cornelius. 366 Second 

Eaton Chas. P. 45 Long wharf 

Eaton Eben B. 16 Pleasant 

Edwards P. Milldam. opp. Parker 

Edwards & Stearns, 197 Washington I Gove Milo, Myrtle, cor. Anderson 

Elkins J. G., Blossom, cor. Parkman Grant J. H. 98 Cambridge 

Elkins & Webber, 126 Leierett Gray & Porter. 51 Cottage, E. B 

Erwin Edward. 306 Fourth Griggs E. W, 20 Camden 

Eustace Samuel & Alexander, 140 

Pleasant 
Eustace Wm., Church, c. S. Cedar 
Eustace &: Coney. 36 Goueh 

Maver- 



Flagg & Favor, 150 Cambridge 
Flaherty Margaret. 28 South 
Fleming Thomas 69 King- ton 
Elian Thomas, S3 First 
Fhnn J., Kneeland, corner Cove 
Foley Wm. 88 Fit'th 
Fox C. E. & Co. 685 Tremont 
Fraser Ile/iry E. 13 Bennington 
Feeeman Francis, Eliot square 
French George VV. 6 1 Poplar 
Frenzel Adam, 1089 Tremont 
Frye & Trull. 90 Blackstone 
Gallagher J. A. 360 Commercial 
Gallaher J., Clay. c. I lamp-hire 
Gallivan D. 202 and 204 Fourth 
Galvin John. 91 Cove 
Galvin Wm. II. 93 Albany 
Gardiner J. H. 181 Cambridge 
Gibbons Michael, 371 Sumner 
Giblen P. 76 A 
Gilbert John, jr. & Co. 2 Tremont 

row, 29 Essex, and 28 West 
Gilbert & Knight, Pleasant, corner 

Tremont 
Gile <Sc Keeler, Dorchester, c. Seventh 
Gilfeather Daniel, 111 Fourth 
Gi Heather F. 183 D 
Gilligan Francis, 51 Prentiss 
Gillingham Albert, 153 Pleasant 
Gilman Richard. 454 Commercial 
Givan Alex. 245 Sunnier 
Godvin "Martin. Centre, n. Amory 
Golden John. jr. 152 P.roadway 
Goo<l Piichard. 86 Hampshire 
Goodale M M. 114.' Federal 
Gorman Thomas, 12 Washington sq. 
Gourlev John, 34 Prince 



Falvcv Jeremiah. Orleans, c 

ick 
Farley Lawrence. S. 249 E 
Fannce C. B. 1313 Tremonf. 
Faunce & Putnam. 2107 Washington 
Fay Peter, 173 Cabot 
Fay Thomas. 1002 Tremont 
Feeley Patrick, 26} Blossom 
Fen ton Wm. 41 C 
Fernald John C. 27 Boylston 
Fesscnden F. S. & Co. 540 Eighth 
Finnegui John. 51 Lincoln 
Finneran Thomas. 20 "Warren 
Finnertv Martin, 1352 Tremont 
Fisk \V. H. & Co. 51 X. Market 
Fitzgerald James. 136 Everett 
FITZGERALD JAMES. 310 N< 
Fitzgerald Michael, 688 Federal 
Fiaffw Alonzo, 294 Tremont 



irth 



Gross F. A. 79 West Cedar 
Hadley T. W. 83 Albany 
Hagan James, 516 Commercial 
Hagerty T. F. 1 .Middlesex 
Hahn R. F. & N. W. 156 Sumner 
Haight Wm. H. 86 Hampshire 
Hale Jerome B. 413 and 417 Dudley 
Haley M. 246 Broad way 
HaU Chas. H. k Co. 505 Washington 
Hall D. W. 151 Harrison avenue 
Hal! E. E. & Co. Derne, cor. Temple 
Hall Geo. E. & Co. 75 Boylston 
Hall Harrison B. 1894 Washington 
Halliday Wm. 33 Princeton, E." B. 

J Hamilton John, 442 Commercial 

j Hanson A. W. 872 Albany 

I Harder Ottb C. 32 Carver 
Harkins James, 55 Endieott 

| Harrigan Patrick, 10 Fleet 

J Harrington W. S. 152 Sumner. 

i Harris Bros. 4 P}*nchon 

i Hartnett H. 12s' Havre. E. B. 

1 Harvison A. & Bro. 295 Fourth 



E. B. 



GAimsrWR CHILSON. Mannfactwxer and Dealer in PURS VCE: 

KA.VGES, STOVES, <fcc, 90 nud 10% iihicksiout St.. Boston. 



GROCERS. 



477 



Haskell L. P. 137 Summer 

11, '.-kins M. J. bo and 57 Endicott 
Hastings S. B. 158 Harrison avenue 
\]w . Daniel, Pynchon, a. Heath 
Hayes 8t Co. 107 Pleasant 

Hi>li>rd Nathan II. J 693 Wash. 
Henderson W. II.. Beacon, corner 

Bowdoin 
Hennessey Edward 97 A 
Hennessey Wen. 146 Purchase 
Herlihy Patrick, 77 Cove 
Hill Christopher, 19 Station 
Hodgdon George C 87 Marion, E. B. 
Hodgkins M. P., Eighth, c. Knowlton 
Hodgkins & Hawkins, 395 Chelsea 
Hogan P. 10 Swan 
HoTbrook Jesse, 79 Trenton 
Holland M. 90 C 

Holmes ffm. A. & Co. 85 Causeway 
Honan Patrick, 114 Havre, E. B. 
HortOn W. 362 Dorchester and 1160 

Federal 
Houghton H. C. 300 Shawmut ave. 
Howard John, 180 North 
Howe Jeremiah, 40 I 
Howe W. H. 152 Salem 
Howland Charles C. 3S4 Shawmut av. 
Hughes Timo. E., Canard, cor. Cabot 
Hugo Adam, 47 Suffolk 
Humphries A. Mrs. 5 Chadwiek 
Jackson Win. E. 350 Hanover and 97 

Leverett 
Jarvis Charley 21 Leverett 
Jewell J. H. S. 215 North 
Johnson P. S. 633 Tremont 
Johnson E. S. 1561 & 1563 Wash. 
Johnson Hiram, 1179 Washington 
Johnson Thomas, Broadway, cor. I 
Jones & Young, 110 Blackstone 
Joyce George F. 1865 Wash. 
Kaily John, 470 Commercial 
Keany M. 232 North 
Keenan P., Maverick, c. Liverpool 
Kelley Daniel, 619 Harrison avenue 
Kelley H. 380 Second 
Kelley Patrick, 34 Gouch 
Kelley Timothv, 466 Commercial 
Kelly Daniel, 103 Chelsea, E. B. 
Kenney E. 1341 Tremont 
Kenney M. 828 Albany 
Kent S. P. & Son, 30 Shawmut ave. 
Keougb It. F. 34 Border 
Kerrigan M. A, 108 Charter 
Kimball Bros. 59 Causeway 
Kimball Bros. >N: Brown. 4.5 Elm 
King K. V\ r . & Son, 202 Broadway 
Kingsbury & Adams, 1701 Wash. 
Knight I). T. & Frost, 33 Pleasant 
Knowlea Z. ^c Co. 1054 Washington 
Know! ton B. O. 98 Blackstone 
Kramer Mathias, Middle, n. Federal 
Lain? Hugh, 92 Endicott 
Lamb John, 326 Shawmut avenue 
Lambrecht Peter L. LNashna.pl. 

>iass achi; setts MUTUAL life 

t«u ofltce, 1T3 Washington Street? 



Lane Thomas, 45 Swan 
Lane Thomas J. 20 Avery 

Lang John. 189 North 
Lantalum John, L63 Commercial 

Lawless Mary. 85 High 
Lawrence & Hopkins, 3.25 Meridian 
Leach Bros. 4'J Leverett 
Leahy John, 1 14 Prince 
Leahy William, 148 Sixth 
Leary Michael, 63 Kingston 
Leavens H. N., N. Russell, c. Eaton 
Leavitt Thomas, 62 Middlesex 
Leavitt Thomas. 729 Federal 
Leekie C. D., Warren, c. Walnut ave. 
Leighton John, Centra! sq. c. Meridian 
Leonard C. 500 Commercial 
LEONARD LAWRENCE, 71 Salem 
Lewis E. & J. P. 309 Broadway 
Lilly Thomas, C3 Endicott 
Lin^ham Chas. T. 275 Buggies 
Lingham H. E. 253 Dudley 
Litchfield J. A. & Co. 121 Leverett 
Lodge Patrick, 212 Harrison ave. 
Logan C. jr. 795 Tremont 
Looney Catharine, 82 Purchase 
Lord Thomas, 79G Washington 
Lorigan Patrick, 46 I 
Loud Geo. B. 3 79 Meridian, E. B. 
Lovell Andrew J. 62 Cambridge 
Lynch Edward, 607 Harrison avenue 
Lynch Jeremiah, 100 Warrenron 
Lynch M. 265 Causeway 
Lyons Edward, 1335 Tremont 
Lyons John, South, cor. Beach 
Lyons Michael, 83 Prince 
Macy George, 149 Princeton 
Madden Bros. 43 Oneida 
Maguire Michael, 19 Albany 
Maguire P. 88 Merrimae 
Mahan Benj. F. 50 Long -wharf 
Mahoney VVm. C. 1009 Tremont 
Maloney Michael, 276 North 
Mann E., Jov, comer Myrtle 
Mansfield & Co 89 Myrtle 
Marlovv \Vm. 241 Dorchester 
Marshall John. 80 W. Cedar [ave. 
Marshall & Co. Dover, cor. Shawmut 
Masterson P. 425 Second 
Maxwell James, 99 Seventh 
McAloon J. Mrs. 236 North 
McCamley F. 277 Second 
McClusky John. Fifth, cor. E 
McDermott M. 661 Harrison avenae 
McDevitt Dorainick, 179 Everett 
McDevitt John, Northampton, corner 
Fellows, Ward 13 
, McDevitt John C. 179 Everett 
| McDevitt Rose, 177 Everett 
i Mel >e well & Adams, 36 Summer 
! McDonald James Mrs. 55 Pitts 
! McDonald J. W. si Eliot 
j McDonough Michael, 669 Parker 
| McDonough Philip, 410 Broadway 
! McElroy John & Co. 12 Clay 

IX&. CO- of Springfield, M«M. lio*~ 
JOHN* HUM STEAD. General Ag«nt. 



478 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. Nightingale J. F., Canton, cor. Shaw- 

McGreavy Patrick, 147 London, E. B. mut avenue 
McGue William, 2 Fifth, corner A ' Niles John B. 17 Border, E. B. 
McHugh John Mrs. 52 Pleasant Nixon Ann Mrs., Cabot, cor. Linden 

Mcintosh B. S. & Co. 43 and 45 Lin- Park 



coin and 156 Summer 
MeTntyre Chas. D. 107 Saratoga, E. B 
Molntyre R. 445 Broadway 
McKay Michael, 173 Endicott 
McKenna B. oG Salem 
McKenna James. 10 S. Margin 
McKenna P. 5 Third 
McLaren Alexander, 140 Trenton 
McLaughlin IT., Decatur, cor. Havre 
McLaughlin John, 41 Salem 



Nolen John J., Federal, cor. Preble 
Norton John, Quincy, n. Grove Hall 

avenue 
Nye Nathaniel F. 1431 Washington 
, O'Brien Geo. 56 Fleet 
| O'Brien James, 47 7 Harrison avenue 
I O'Brien John, 204 Harrison avenue 
j O'Callaghan Kennedy, 26 Wash. ave. 
j O'Connor John, Preble, c. Wendell 
j O'Connor Timothy, 64 Eliot 



McMahan F., Maverick, corner Liv- j O'Dealv Peter, 125 Dover 



erpooi 
McMahan John, 224 Fourth 
McMain Henry, 481 Broadway 
McManns Patrick, 450 Commercial 
MePhillips John, 43 South 
Mead Michael, 132 Tyler 
Mechanics' Co-operative Association, 

Lyman F. Bird, agent, 1789 Wash. 
Meley F. O. 151 Sullivan 
Melligan P. M. 169 Cambridge 
Mendum W. B., Federal, c. Fourth 
Merriam Epliraim, 8 Beach 
Merrill Charles H. 87 and 89 Green 
Merrill M. W. & Co. 63 Revere and 

57 Phillips 
Merrill & Barber, 77 Chambers 
Mills George H. 1602 Washington 
Moaklev Wm, 79 Purchase 
Moelder Mary, 168 D 
Moore J. W. & Co. 32 Pleasant 
Moore Michael & Son, 096 Federal 
Mooney & Co. 62 Lowell 
Morrison L. P. 50 & 52 Bedford 
Morrison Bros. 41 Portland 
Morse John. 1345 Tremont 
Moses John, 155 Cabot 
Moulton Calvin, 143 Leverett 
Mouhon & Pearson. 1632 Washington 
Mullaley Thomas, 259 Fourth 
MuHane D. 971 Harrison avenue 



O'Donnell John, 397 Chelsea, E. B. 

I O'Donnell Neal, 150 Prince 

! O'Doiiovan J. 73 Suffolk 

j O'Hcarn Patrick, Dorchester, corner 

j Second 

! O'Keefe John, 1295 Tremont 

j O'Leary D. C. G6 Lenox 

! O'Leary Patrick, 6 70 Federal 

j O'Shea Dennis, 311 Federal 

! Page P. T. 100 Biackstone 

! Palmer J. P. & D. R. 142 Tremont 

|Park Bros. 1156 Federal 

: Parker E. H. 1471 Wash, and 67 W. 

j Concord 

| Partridge W. J. 325 Hanover 
Pear John S. Ill Green 

| Peckett W. E., C, cor. Fourth 

! Perkins & Derry, 237 Sumner, E. B. 

'Perkins & O'Hanlon, 1597 Wash. 

! Perry L. 60 Harrison avenue 

| Pettes J. O. & Co. ] 1 Tr^monc 

I Phillips Charles, 201 Cambridge 

| Phillips George E. & Co. 92 Black- 

[ stone 

I Phillips John M. 43 South. 
Phmriey Geo. P. 4 Wmtlrrop bl'k, E. 

Boston 
Pierce S. S., Tremont, cor. Court 
Pierson Edward. 803 Albany 
Plummer Geo. H. 1 Maverick sq. E. B. 



Mullen Patrick. 609 Harrison avenue jPlunkett John, 29 Fleet 

Mullen Patrick. 404 Second ! POTTER & FOSTER, 88 & 90 

Muliouey J.. Charles, corner Chestnut I Kneeland, and 53 & 55 Utica (sei 

Murphy "Edmund, 18 I 

Murphy John, 56 Village 



j page 0^3) 

[ Piescott Samuel, \\ r arren, cor. Grove 



Murphy John. 322 Sumner, E. B. 
Murphy Joseph. 121 Brighton 
Murphy Francis P. 649 Parker 
Murphy Timothy, 37 Spring 
Murray James, SO Canal 
Nash Francis, 32 Conant 
Nash F. J. 40 School 
Nason Arlbery, 25 Bennington, E. B 
Nelmes Joseph E. 15 Border 
Nelson M. & Co. 391 Hanover 
Nelson & Smith, 307 Sumner 
Newell Anthony, 51 South 
Newell Charles* W. 1 79:: Wash. 



Hall avenue 

Priest Jonas II., Chestnut, c. Walnut 
; Purnell C F. 34 Phillips 
■ Putnam & Erskine, 50 Lexington 
1 Quinn George, 824 Albany 

Eaftertv Hannah M. 261 Sumner 
: Ragan JNiiehael, in: Broad 

Ray Patrick, 'A~> Hampden 
' Ray Thomas, 6 1 West Dedham 
[ Ready James, 198 Endicott 
| Record Cyrus B. 53 Princeton 
1 Reed D. K. 1889 Washington 
! Reed F. <>. & Co- 873 Washington 



GAHI)\ER CMir-SO.V, Manufacturer and Dealer in l'VK.VAl !>, 
KA.VfiES, STOVES, &c., 09 and 101 BJaekstone St., lto«t<»i». 



GKOCEKS. 



479 



Reed James, 440 Hanover 
Heed .Fames H. 102 Carver 
Reed James K. & Co. 103 North 
Rice George, 99 Lowell 
Rich M. & Co. 11 N. Market 
Richardson F; A. 813 Washington 
Richardson J. 104 Lexington 
Risteen F. S. 1051 Washington 
Roach B. & Bro. Albany, c. Oswego 
Roach Richard, 62 Salem 
Roberts <Sc Harrington, 1 79 Broadway 
Roberts & Webster, 06 Blackstone 
Rogers II. D. 191 Cambridge 
Rood David, 225 Marion 



| Stevens Geo. F., Eighth, c. Dorchester 
I Stoll Mary, 95 Eliot 
j Stone N. <Sc (Jo. 232 Commercial 
Sullivan Daniel, 106J Purchase 

j Sullivan Dennis, 1 W> Beach 
s Sullivan E. 88 Cove 
' Sullivan John, 95 Albany 
Sullivan Jeremiah, 111 Warrenton 

Sullivan Patrick, -13 Minot 
Surpluss & Woodbury, Eliot square 
Swain Chas. D. & Co. 24 Guild row, 

and 116 Dudley 
Swift M. A. 1 42 Shawmut avenue 
Taylor A. C. 407 Fourth, cor, F 



Roome Win. H., Saratoga, c. Brooks i Tbacher Cvrus, 788 Treraont 



Hosenfield M. 668 Washingtou 
Rowe Almon T. 1590 Wash. 
Ryan John A. 50 Pitts 
Ryan Michael, 23 Chapman 
Ryan P. P. 88 Eliot 
Ryan Richard, i 73 Friend 



Thayer W. L. G. 25 7 Fifth, cor. F 
Thrasher John, jr. 158 I), cor. Tudor 
Tibbetta J. C. & Co. 185 Seventh 
Tice Arthur W. 1683 Washington 
Tighe Dominick, 11 Phillips 
Tilden N. II. 344 Broadwav 



Ryder C. C. 41 Sudbury & 609 Tre- I Tisdale Henry W. 1800 Wash. 

mont [cor. E I Tombs B. F. 112 Fourth, coi\ A 

Ryder 31. J., D, c. Second, & Eighth, j Towle Brothers, 54 Kneeland, cor. 
Sanderson Robert, ]*r., Eutaw, corner j Hudson 

Brooks, E. B. ' j Towle Josepli A. 16 East Dedham 

Sawyer Joseph, 76 Merrimac I Trafton I. S. 65 and 6 7 Hudson 

Scaidan Peter, 374 Chelsea i Trull Silas, 1665 Washington 

Seannell John, 7 7 Phillips j Tucker & Lewis, 130 Harrison ave. 



Varnum F. M. 128 Chelsea. E. B. 
Tiles Clinton, 19 7 Hanover 
Waite J. M. & Co. 187 Blackstone 
Waitt P. R. 13 & 15 Suffolk Market 
Waitt R. M. Webster, cor. Cottage 



Scates Alvah, 46 Long wharf 
Schmidt Clement, 24 Reed 
Schwaar C. F. T. & Co. 24 Maverick 

s$ E. B. 
Seaver Nathaniel, 6 Maverick sq. 
Seaver William & Son, 1149 Tremont ! Waldron B. F. 186 Commercial 
Seavev G. S. 15 & 17 Gore block ; Waliis M. L. 845 Washington 
Shanahan Michael, 108 Essex Walsh P. 98 A 

Shattuck George W. 79 Prince I Ward F. H. 14 Church 

Shattuck S., aserit, 4 7 Charles j Ward Peter, 370 Chelsea 

near I Warner William II. 1 71 Broadway 
• and 394 Hanover 



Shaughnessey John, Middle, 



Federal 
Shaw Jeremiah, 2 Cunard 
Shcehan Bartholomew, 102 Essex 
Sheehan John, 116 EsS£X 
Sheehan Wm. 67 B 
Sheran Peter, 49 Charter 
Sheridan Bernard, 162 Eighth 
Sherry Thomas, 50 C 
Short James, 1*290 Tremont 
Shute Benj. H. 116 Salem 
Siuionds Abel, 77 Leverett 
Small F. W. 50 Mount Vernon 
Small & Matthews, 1063 Wash. 
Snow Benj. F. 153 Hampden 
Soutliwick I. M. 42 Salem 
Spatildmg Stephen IT. 305 Meridian 
• s peneer W. Ill 741 Washington 
SjJane James. 43 Yeoman 



0|»ra«rae Aaron K. 1274 Wash. 
Spragae V. \V. 1147 Washington 
fcutarns Chas. II. & Son, 404 & 

Commercial 
^U-arns Z. 82 Harrison avenue 
Stven John, 129 Charlestown 



Watson B. If. & Co. 1414- Shawmut 

avenue 
Watson Thomas, jr. Phillips, e. Irving 
Watts George II., Webster, c. Orleans 
Webb A. N: & Co. 705 Tremont 
Webb II. C. 75 Dartmouth 
Weeks Stephen & Co. 234 Tremont 
Welch Elbridge G. 234 Charter 
WELLBROCK A. II." 1155 Fed( ral 
Wellington A. A. & Son, 142 Wash. 
Welsh E. W. 273 Fourth 
Wermers John G. 238 Fourth 
White A. II., Third, cor. Dorchester 
White Albert S. 23 Guild row 
White F. O. 1873 Washington 
! White George, 652 Washington 
; White John Mrs. 48 Joy 
' White Thomas, K, cor. Emerson 
Whorf John A. 121 Chelsea, E. B. 
10 Wieting C 2S Chelsea, E. B. 
Wi'lfertN. A. 5s Carver 
; Williams A. M. 12s Chelsea 
: Williams & Bartlett, 44 Kneeland 



"YAM, 



CABLTON, & CO., Manufacturers ol the Celebrated BYAM 
FRICTION MATCH, OS to 10 i Friend Street, ISoston. 



480 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers — continued. 
Wilson Charles, 402 Commercial 
Wolf John X. 1 Suffolk 
Woods Edw. D. 16 Causeway 
Woods Joseph, 6.3(> Second^ 
Woods Michael, 553 Harrison ave. 
Wollard Geo. 399 Chelsea, E. B. 
Wren Dennis .1. 93 Purchase 
Wyman Abraham G. 527 Treinonfc 

Gum Copal. 
Whipple Stephen & Bro. 26 Central 
wharf 



Gunny Cloth and Bags. 
Chase II. & L. 233 State 
Kimball Daniel, 106 Fulton 
McAllister Michael, 135 & 137 Cross 
McKenney A. 280 Commercial 
Ring M. A. & Sons, 215 Broad 
Scanlon Bartlett, 94 Commercial 

G-unpow.der. 
American Powder Co. A. G. Fay, 

treas. 233 State 
Lovell J. P. & Sons, 27 Dock square 

and 15 Washington 
Oriental Powder Co. E. F. Eewhall, 

treas. 160 State 
Read Win. & Sons, 13 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Smith Charles & Co. 6 Central wharf 
Walker P. H. & Co. 6 Faneuil Hall 

square 

Gunsmiths. 
Fay Edwin T., Bennington, n. Moore 
Pratt Henry, 6 7 Dudley 
Schaefer & Werner, 11 Dock square 
Tonks Joseph, 49 Union 

Guns and Sporting Apparatus. 

Bailey G. L. 11 School 

Barnes Thomas P. 28 Dock square 

Lovell J. P. & Sons, 27 Dock square i >, lu 7 
, -.i ■ .;.. J Crock 



Hairdressers. 
Adams John. 409 Hanover 
Aechth.tr Philip, i Pvncbon 
Albret Philip, 1812 Washington 
Auguste Jude, 264 and a-; 7 Wash. 

(ehi Id reus') 
Ayera Ira, 60 Broad 
Bailey E. C. 16 Blossom (ladies) 
Ballard & Gardner, 99 Beach 
Barnard L. 716 Washington 
Basley Chas. K. 62£ Leverett 
Baxter Ezra, Jr. 190 Commercial 
Berry Chas. C. 146 Meridian 
Bieler C. H. 16 7 ami 309 Broadway 
Bingham J. H. 253 Fourth 
Birmbaum Jacob, 06 Court 
Bogliacco P. 48 Winter 
Bogue John, 228 Commercial 
Boodro Peter, 18 Purchase 
Boody Lot, 89 Causeway 
Boynton John. 116 Union 
Brazier A. M. Mrs. 213 7 Wash. 
Brouillet J. E. 13 Endicott 
Brown G. W. 101 Prince 
Butler B. 99 Portland 
Carboni James, 183 North 
Carle Josiah P. 3 Winthrop, E. B. 
Carteaux Madame, 43 Winter (la- 
dies) 
Catarina J. S. 327 Hanover 
Ceaser Eli, 177 Broad 
Cherain Fred. 737 Federal 
Clash J. F. 162 North 



Clark & Bro. 401 p. H. 



and 13 



15 Washington 



North 
Colson W. N. 4 Change ave. and 4 

F. H. sq. and 15 Marshall 
Corbett Alexander. 32 Bromrleld 
Corrao John, 116 Court [war 

Crane M. B. Mrs. (ladies). 254 Broad- 
J Crowley Thomas, 1148 Federal 
er Orlando, Eliot square 



Bead Wm. & Sons, 13 Faneuil Hall ! 



! Davis Daniel B. 6 Howard 



Day Edward. 334 Commercial 
i Dean Chas. II.. Harr. ave. c. Beach 
| DeCaro tlohn, 199 Hanover 

Demincr & Kevou, 1 Excbanj 



square 

Spencer Repeating Rifle Co. (rifles), 

Chickeringr's building, Tremont st. 
x\r„%\ ,.. r> i7 j T n„ p^v^n „:i t:j.ii iteming & Keyou, 1 fcixcliange place 
Walker Jr. 11. & Lo. 6 raneuil Hail ,. , r ° . ,;._ ,•,'■■ c * 

• Dohr Louis, 092 \\ a.-hm^ton 

T Z * r, ^ * I J)rew Misses ( ladie; 0> 2 ™ Wasb ' 

Gutters and Conductors. Dudley Wra< 33 Sehool (haircutter) 

PIERCE S. II. L. 1025 Federal (see | Du-jaii T. A. 252 North 



page 684) 
STEARNS ALBERT T. 22 State 
(patent, see page 695) 

Gymnasiums. 
Bacon C. II., Eliot, cor. Tremont. 
Barnes A. P. 3 Tremont row, room 57 
Butler D. P. 5'J Temple place 
Leo Louis, 209 Harrison ave. 
Windship Ceo. B, 351 Washington 

Hair. (Human.) 



Dunlop J. C. 1588 Washington 
Easton David, 100 Eliot 
Edwards J. S. 355 Hanover 
Eichler A. W. Miss (ladies'), 642 

Washington 
Ferreira S. J. 46 Fleet 
Feftkenauer P. 265 Sumner, E.B. 
j Fletcher Francis, 3 Albany 
• Foehringer ('has. 3 o ; * Washington 
I Frances Madame (ladies'), 100 Wes 
Springfield 



Tower E. E. & Co. 134 Wash, (im- i Gale A. A. E. 40 Elm 

porters) | Geller Edward, 11 7 J Washington 

GAHU.VER CfilI.SO,Y, Manufacturer uud Dealer in FUJRNACES, 
It AAXiJES, STOVES, &c, 99 aud 101 BfacJtsioue St., Huston. 



HAIRDRESSERS. 



481 



(iensler Wm., Broadway, c. Emerson 
(ierl.uh Philip, 525 Tremont 
Giaimerro J. 107 North 
tilasro Willis R 1929 Washington 
G3over B. II. 284 Washington 
Goussebaire C. G. 428 Commercial 
Gowon K. M. 184 Commercial 
Gray Edward J. 844 Albany 
Grav Francis P. 103 West Cedar 
Given Geo. X. 3 Hotel Pelham 
Green Wm. D. 3 Harvard 
Guollow Wilson, 58 Brittle 
Gwinn & Lteeves, 16 Exchange 
Hadlev H. T. 15*2 Washington 
Hali E. T. Miss, 1 Harvard 
Han- William, 72 Portland 
Harrington A. O- 86 Court. 
Hancock Saloon. Court square 
Healey Michael, 121 Court 
Herehenroder J. 1483 Washington 
HERCHENROJDER FRED. 52 and 

54 Ten; pie place (see page 809) 
'Ilersey J. II. 180 Harrison avenue 
Hill Thomas, 147 Broadway 
Holey fain, 812 Washington 
Hopkins Win. A. 1 Cambridge 
Home J. W. 13 Tremont row 
Howard Edwin F. 11 Bedford 
Howard K. A.. F. H. square 
H\ land John. Entlicott. cor. Cross 
Ils'ley C. B. 43 Sudbury 
•Jackson Benj. D. 93 Cambridge 
Johnson H. II. 78 Meridian 
Jones A. W. 146 Northampton 
Jones Geo. R. 1303 Tremont 
Joyce John J. 42 South 
Jones J. W. A. 2 Bennet 
Keenan George E.. Court avenue 
Kelly Timothy, CO Causeway 
Kenney Edward J. 78 Lincoln 
-Kemer Amelia. =3-13 Tremont 
Kimball C. 14 Court square [stone 
King H. F. M.. Clinton, corner Black- 
k;:mes Christopher. 3-67 Washington 
Kitzman Robert. 13 Salem 
Knowltou Levi. 396£ Hanover 
Koib Ja<-ol>. c j Bromfield 
LaBua Salvodora, !U Tremont 
Lamly Richard, 4 Henry, E. B. 
Larose Robert, 1S6 Federal 
Law Henry. 51 Maverick sq. E. B. 
LeiiMon I)'. J. 804 Albany 
Lenox Cornelius, 761 Washington . 
Lewis H. A. 241 Meridian. E.B. 
Jfwis j{. p.. Fleet, ■■■ t. Commercial 
Lipman .1. C. S3 Sudbury 
Lii2elman & Weimer, 17!>9 "Wash. 
Log.ln John, 6l» Union 
Ludwie (.'. [227 Tremont 
Maaa Christopher, 6 Central court 
Maaj p. t Lindall 
W illory C. F. 309 Broadway 



arlaive E. T. 



deridi 



E.B. 



Marsh Samuel lb 10 Essex 



Mason Chas. S. 73 Hanover, and 10 

Elm 
Mason J. P. 54 Endicott 
Mathews John H. 130 Broadway 
Matresa F. H. 75 Richmond 
Max Clare, l"l 7 Tremont 
McCarthy J. J. 7 Cross 
McSwiney James. 260 Washington 
Miller Charles, 211, 803 Federal and 

126 Broad 
Miller Wm. H. S3 South 
Mills James, 130 Cambridge 
Moony Alven. under Revere House 
Moore F. W. 218} Washington 
Nagle Bonaventur, 133 Eliot 
Newhali Charles. 47 Hanover 
Nolte E. F., Parke? House and St. 

James Hotel 
| Nolte W. F., Parks House 
J Noortan Timothy, 723 Washington 

Ober L. P.. Tremont House 
I O'Donnell C J 'Mrs. 12 W. Dedham 
i O'Dowd C. 93 Endicott 
' Ormsbv George, 25 2 Washington 
! Osborn Wm. A. 411 Charles 
Palmer Geo. 3GS Commercial 
Park Elizabeth A. 2 Bedford (ladies) 
Peters L. 6S Leverett 
Peyser J. 503 Washington 
Pfeiffer C. K. »58 1) " 
j Pfeiffer Jacob, 2 Cross 
I Pindell Edward, 82 and 100 West 

Springfield 
I Pindell J. J. 1 153 Washington 
Powell J. D. N. R. 3 16 Commervia! 
Pye Henry F. 140 North 
Pye John'F. 187 North 
Quesnel Alfred. 324 Federal 
Quinn & Gammon, 268 Washington 
Revaleon J. D. 87 Union 
Reynolds Andrew, 45 Merrimac 
I Richardson G. M. 3 7 Harvard [k^r 
Richardson J. II. over Boy Is ton Mar- 
Kiddle .S; Garey, 504 Washington 
Robinson G. M. 812 Washington 
Rogers F. E. 2 N. Market 
Rose Charles, 218 Hanover 
Rothe Charles, 204 Washington 
i RutTin G. L. 62 Green 
: Runey & Dolan, 56a Wash, (ladies) 
I Schirmer C. F. 8 Eliot 
I Schultz Emil, 16 Lindall 
; Schwartz Jacob, (J o 7 4- Washington 
j Scott W. 249 North 
j Skater H. E. 138 Kueeland 
; Sharpe J. 1G69 Washington 
■ Shaw J. B. 14 Brattle square 
' Silva F. P. & W. 133 Blaekston© 
1 Silva Joseph, 3 Lewis 
; Smith James S. rear 191 Wash, 
| Smith John H. ~^~> Leverett 
I Smith John J. 10 Federal 
j Smith Thomas, 3 7 F. 11. square 
| Smith Thomas J. 302 Federal 



MASsacik .SETTS MUTUAIj life 
toao6l««, 173 Washington Streets 
31 



INS. CO. of Springfield, Mus-i. Bos- 
JOHN BUMST^AD, Gemr«l Agrut. 



482 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hairdressers — .contin ued. 
Smith Wesley H. 172 Sunnier, E.B. 
Spach John F. 1835 Washington 
Sparrell Geo. P. »; City Hall avenue 

Spitz Julius, 1070 Washington 
Sprague W. 318 Washington 
Stahl J. 158 Commercial 
Stanford E. A. 124 Fourth 
Stodder Asa A. 1879 Washington 
Streeker Henry, 678 Washington 
Streeker W. 21 Congress 
Sullivan J. T. 1112 Washington 
Swan Charles H. 14 Bromheld 
Symonds John H. 43| Congress 
Tanner F. 238 Broadway 
Taylor Charles, American House 



Hairwork Manufacturers. 
: Auguste Jude, 267 & 364 Wash. 
I Bogle W. 202 Washington 
BRANDLY V. & CO. 228 Wash- 
ington (see page 833) 
; Burgess B. F. &Son, 9 West 
J Carlton A. & Co. 5 West 
Dupond Henry, 25 Essex 
| Eaton, Murray, & Co. 4 Hanover 
j F.ichler Auguste, Cl2 Wash. 
Foehringer Charles, 339 "Wash. 
HERCUENRODER FREDERICK, 
52 and 54 Temple place (-ee pa^e 
809) 
Jordan & Wilder, 191 Washington 
Kimball J. 59 Court (dealer) 



Taylor Henry, 112 Pleasant and 82 Kirines Christopher, 367 Wash. 



Eliot 

Turk Eben, 117 Hanover- 
Tyler Wm. B. 88 Hanover 
"Vanderhoof John H. 95 Meridian 
Visall Joseph, 16 U. S: Hotel 
Wallace Frank W. 89 Merrimac 
Walther B. H. 521-} Washington 
Walthev William, 425£ Washington 
Waters T. S. 221 Broadway, n. E 
Watson Palmer A. F. 9 Beach 
West J. 166 Cambridge 
Whitibrd Joseph W. 14 Cross 
Williams J. M. 140 Merrimac 



i Murphy & Murray .Misses, 29 "West 
i O'Donnell C. J. Mrs. 12 W. Hedham 
j Ormsby George, 252 Wash. 
1 Peak John H. Mrs. 1184 Wash. 

Qulnn & Gammon, 268 Wash. 

Rothe Charles, 291 Wash. 

Sassard J. A. 214 Wash. 

Hand Stamps. 
j Boston Hand Stamp Co. James Dam- 
mers, agent, 32 School 

Chamberlain N. L. 25 7 Wash. 
I Small F. 134 Washington 



Williams & Mideros, 2 Camden place, | 



Harbor Master. 



and East, Lenox 
Wiunett George H. 1716 Wash. 
Wise J. over Bovlston Market 
Wolf Henry, 12'Lindall 
Wolfe Peter jr. 17 75 "Washington 
Wood Thomas, 785 Tremont 
Woodsum C. S. 1007 Wash. 
Zanillia M. 280 Broad 



wharf 



Hair for Plastering and 

Stuffing;. 



18 



Gardner John T., Eastern ave. 
Hardware Dealers. 
Adams & Cline, 53 Kilby 
Allen & Noble, 8 Washington 
Austin F. B. & Co. 92 and 94 North 
Barnes Thomas P. 2$ Dock square 
Barnes Wm. II. (undertakers'), 42 

Union 
Barrow J. T. 20 Guild row 
Bird John Q. 185 Broadway 
Bird Wm. G. 186 Merrimac 
Bianehard Wm. (cabinet), 26 Canal 
Bogman Sc Yinal, 7 Dock square 
| BRADFORD & ANTHONY, 178 
| Washington ' [second-hand) 

I Britten Thomas, 106 Union (new and 
I Brooks II. W. 68 Federal 
WIN T GATE 4 & "FIELD. Otis wharf, I Brooks & Darling, 6 Dock sq. 
198 Broad (see page 693) i Brown B. B. & Co. 718 Federal 

„ . _ i Burditt 6c Williams, 20 Dock square 

Hair Invigoracor. (wholesale and retail) 

WATERS GEO. W. " La Favorita " | Butler II. B. 12 & 13 Lewis and 125 
an ammonical preparation, 220£ j Meridian, E. B. 

Butler, Sise, & Co. 113 Federal 
| Callender Benj. & Co. 82 Federal 
j Carter George T. 657 Wash. 
i Crosby Charles W. 253 Meridian 
! Dane& Ballard, 1612 Wash. 
j DECATUR GEO. W r . 1362 Tre 
mont (see page 831) 



BAEDER, ADAMSON, & CO 

Blackstcne (see page 673) 
Cook, Jordan, & Morse, 1191 Wash. 

and Albany foot Maiden 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
McAbee N. S. & Co. 52 First 
Kent & Company, 101 Fulton 



State (see page 811) 

Hair Jewelry. 
BRANDLY V. & CO. 223 Wash- 
ington (see page 833) 

Hair Restoratives. 
LAMBERTON J. F. Eustis, corner 



Dearborn (margarina pomada) Dodge, Gilbert, & (Jo. 37 Kilby 

WATERS GEO. W. 220$ State EAKLE & CHUTE, 522 Wash, (see 

(see page 811) i page 688) 



1 



GARDNER CHIliSOX, Manufacturer and Dealer In 
RANGES, STOVES, &«., 99 iviul 101 Hlackstonc St. 



PL* « N ACES, 

UOHt«»U. 



HARDWARE DEALERS — HAT BLOCK MAKERS. 






Eaton, Wellington, & Co. 1 1 7 Milk I Boyd J. is. & Sons, 27 M.-n.-h 
Rwell J. fl. 5 Liberty square I Bryant S. D. :'. 1 1 Federal 

Extension Key & Boston Lock Co. 43 I BURTON XV. T & J. 
Wareham (builders) 



];. 



Fonn George, 1869 Wash. 
Fiske Geo. A. 13 Central (com.) 
Flint Thos. & Co. 29 Federal 
French Charles E. 851 Wash. 
Frier & Fiel, 83 Cambridge 
Fl ye, Phipps & Co. OC Federal 
Goodnow & VVigbtman, 23 Cornhill 
Gray Geo. II. & Dan forth, 48 India 
Haven Albert S. 529 Washington 
HILL GEORGE & CO. 139 Federal 
Hill Thomas, 147 Broadway 
Hogan, Ciark, & Sleeper, 2 Liberty 

square 
Homer, Bishop, & Co. 112 Milk 
Johonnot & Saunders, 21 Dock sq. 
Lincoln & Garrett, 59 Haverhill 
Living R. G. 70 Kilbv 
LOTIIROP G. B. & CO. 30 Ex. 

change (builders', see page 663) 
Louteu L. B. 49 Tremont 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State (see 

inside back cover) 
Miller Bros. &Lent, 67 Union (under- 
takers') 
MUHgan Thomas, 210 Federal 
Morss Anthony S. 210 Commercial 
M6r$s Charles XV. 24 Union 
Moseley and Hodgman (heavy), 75 

Broad 
Parker L. L. Jr. 11 Liberty sq. 
Robbins L. Dana, 115 Dudley 



B road way (s.:c page $06) 
Carleton Hirain, 43 Eustin 
Carroll J. S7 Eliot 
Chase L. C. & Co. 86 to 40 Sudbury 

(fancy saddlery) [Tremont 

Cbeever S. G. & Co. 25 Court and 7 
Crocker Harvey, 117 Sumner, E. B. 
Crogan Joseph, 76 Sudbury 
Cross Henry, 50 and 52 Chard >n 
Davis Gilbert, 100 Blackstone 
Fitzgerald Maurice, Oliver n. Milk 
Fox Geo. J. 86 Lincoln 
Given William, 121 Court 
Hamilton Otho, 25 and 27 Friend 
Hanlon J. W. 802 Albany 
Hannal'ord F. W. 37 Sudbury 
Harrison Thomas, 45 Sudbury 
Harvey John, 154 Charlestown 
Holmes William, 21 Tremont 
Hovey El bridge A. 59 Warren 
Jewett Oliver, 123 Merrimac 
Keulo William, 32 Ilawley 
Kennedy J. J. 631 Federal 
Leonard 11. 664 Harrison ave. 
Mackay Kenneth, 1207 Wash. 
McCaffrey II. 74 Charlestown 
McCarthy Dennis J. 4 71 Harr. ave. 
McCioskey John, 6 Bumstead ct. 
McCurdy Henry, 36 Kingston 
[McDowell James, 1204 Tremont 
Newhall O. D. „v Co. 166 Harr. ave. 
I Newman John, 1564 Wash. 



Rogers "M. M. 29 Eliut 



Rogers, Sneliing. & Co. 99 and 101 
Seudder, Rogers, & Co. 71 & 73Fed'l. 
Smith Isaac II. (cabinet). 69| Union 
Stieliing W. 10 Maverick sq. E. B. 
Snthseil C. C. 6iJ ! 7 Union (cabinet) 
Stevens N. B. & Co. 68 Kiiby 
Stratton, Corey, & Co. 74 Federal 
Swain & Basset t, 134 Federal 
Tobev J. J. & Co. 1060 Wash. 
TUCKER & APPLETQN, 8 Union 
Walker P. II. & Co. 6 Faneuil Hall 

square [square 

W irren M. C. & Co. (builders'), 9 Dock 
W. vt Parkman & Son, 5 Dock square 
Wheeler & Cartwright (blacksmiths*), 

8 Central 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 2 Wash. 
Wright F. S. & Co. 267 Federal 

Harness Dressing, 
HAUTHAWAY C. L. & SONS, 
56 Fulton, and 1 & 3 Ferry (see 
page 826) 

Harness Makers. 
American Saddle Co. 9 Merch. row 
Biker John B. & Co. 150 Tremont 
Bali-* James I). fat Federal 
Beckman G. H. J. 39 LaGranjre 



[Broad i O'Connor P. 124 Beach 



Plannett John, 1301 Tremont 

Power William, 270 Friend 

Pratt S. G. 63 Sudbury 

Read James J. 119 Court [bury 

Sargent Francis & Co. 69 to 7:5 Sud- 

Sargent Wm. P. & Co. 14 Sudbury & 

155 Tremont 
Shannon J. 20 East 
Shaw Geo. W. 333 Chelsea, E. B. 
Smith John, 50 Charles 
Smith J. & Co. 26 Sudbury 
Smyth Hugh, 1965 Washington 
Springali Geo. & Co. 1 & 3 Sudl u _v 
Stowell S. E., Sudbury, cor. Portland 
Thurston 6c Strong, 212 Sumuer 
Toppan Win. O. 118 Dover 
Trask H. P. 189 Friend 
Warnke G. 1179 Tremont 
Whalev F. S., War, c. Albany 
Wise Wm. 741 Federal 



Hassceks. 
Bellis *c Dow, 27 Cornhill 

Hat Block Makers. 

Chadwick N. 11.. Dedham, cor. 

rison ave. 
Dimond J. S. 8 Boyiston sq. 



Har- 



14V AH, CAIU/T<JL\, <&. CO., Jiannfactwrer* of the Celebrated BYAitf 
FZUCTIO.X MATCH. QUt to 103 Friend Street, Hoatou. 

* 



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Hats, Caps, Furs, &o. 
( Wholesale.) 

BE XT & BUSH, Court, <;. Wash. 
Fairfield, Evans, <S: Co. 4 Otis 
Gould, Dyer, & IVabody, 73 Sumra< r 
Hart, Ta_\lo:\ 6c Co. 56 and GO Kim 
Klous S. & Co. 65 Summer 
Moore, Smith, & Co. 42 Franklin 
Osgood George, 183 Washington [ey 
Osgood, Putnam, & Wing, 22 Chaun- 
Peck A. I). & Co. 86 & 88 Devonshire 
SANDERSON, FOSTER, & CO. 

103 Summer and 78 Bedford 
SLOCUM WILLIAM 11.180 Wash. 
Steele J. T. & Co. 83 Franklin 



(Retail.) 

Abell Charles R. 21 Dock 



sq- 



ABO UN S. O. 95 Wash, (see inside 

back eover) 
Adams George T. 167 Hanover 
Bacon T. C. & Co. 1 Union [dies') 
Barnum & Wight, 30 Summer (la- 
BENT & BUSH, Court, e. Wash. 
Bigelow George N. 70 Hanover 
• Bolton Chas. 312 Hanover 
Borden Chas. J. 73 Hanover 
Bridge J. H. 132 Washington 
Brock M. D. 12 Union 
Bursley Henry, 777 Washington 
Carter* II. L. 1817 Washington 
Clark Alva W. 23 Dock sq. 
Cook A. N. & Co. 215 & 217 Wash. 
Cook & Atdrich, 145 & 147 Wash. 
Cotter Wm. 2 Union 
Cutter E. P. 2 Friend 
Cutter Geo. W. & Co. 3 Dock so. 
DAME, ILSLEY, & CO. 223 Wash. 
Dexter A. 150 Washington 
Duncan Joint A. 18 Wa^hi-nirton 
Elliott M. P. 77 Court 
Fisk Wm. 163 Hanover 
Frankenstein G. 156 Broadway- 
Freeman & Taylor, 158 Court 
Hallelt & Bearse, 61 Lincoln 



Harrington Jere oiiah 



Elm 



UlbbvM H. K. W. 3 \>:> Wash, (child's) j 
lii'jiiins Thomas, I'M) Hanover 
Hi'lsebusch Frederick, 1301 Wash. 
Ilobbs A. & Son, 2 Maverick sq. E.B. | 
Iluekins & Co. 513 Washington 
Jackson J. A. 101 Court 
Jackson J. A. 6c Co. 59 'Fremont 
Jackson Samuel jr. 1875 Wash. 
Kantrowftz & Cohen, 1% Union and j 

32 Faneuil Halt sq. 
Klous S. & Co. 205 Washington 
Leavitt H. If. 91 Court 
Mason Charles B. 53 No. Market 
McKenna John, 665 Washington 
McKenna Martin & Co. 129 Court 
Mullen H. 039 Washington 
Murtagh P. 122 Broadwav, S.B. 



Myers & Knapp, 32 Mdk 
Nye D. B. 215 Harrison ave. 
Osgood G< o. 183 Washington 
Page, Gilman, & Co 571 Wash. 

Pazolt T. C. & Son, 360 Wash. 
| Parry & Allen, 21 Court 
! Pollard Merrick U. 215 Wash. 
i Rand J. W. & Co. 3 7 Court 
| Randall J. E. 542 Washington 
'Rieker Bros. 25 Dock sq. 
Rosenthal J. J. 66 Friend 
Runey L. A. 30 Dork sq. 
Shute Win. M. & Son, 175 Wash. 
Stone J. & Co. 245 Washington' 
Streck Joseph, 1901 Washington 
Strec^r Bros. 144 Hanover and 72 

Union 
Taydor W. I. 14 and 15 Dock sq. 
Turn bull Jas. P. 57 Meridian, E.B. 
Turner EL 143 Hanover 
Walko M. W. & Co. 39 Summer 
Weis & Zoebisch, 308 Washington 
White Wm. F. 138 Broad way 
Whitney K. end of Faneuil Hall 
Wyeth George E. 342 Washington 

Hatters. 
ABORN S. O. 95 Wash, (sec inside 

back cover) 
Bartlett S. F. 9 Franklin ave. 

| Campbell C. E. 18 Province court 

! Clark J. R. 54 North 

i Coffin & Doyle, 3 7 F. Hall sq. 

! Condit S. & Co. 5 & 7 Change avo. 

! Harlow Dexter, 28 Maverick sq. E.B. 

| Kelley J. D. 75 Union 
King Charles H. 41 Congress 
Knapp Geo. 8 ii V Union 
Mansfield Theodore D. 23 Friend 
Mason Samuel, jr. 26 Washington 
Murfcagh Patrick, 122 Broad way 
Osgood Geo. 183 Washington 
Parker James. 152 Washington 
PL ATT E. M. 4 7 Sudb'y (see p. 804) 
Sloctimb O. J. 83 and 89 I Union 
SLOCUM WILLIAM 11. 8 Boyl- 

ston square 
Smith & Brooks, 10 Elm 

Taylor Chas. 5 Province 

Taylor S. G. Harrison avenue, cor. 
Dedham (fur) 

Warner "Wm. A. 161£ Hanover 

Weilhart & Greeley ,"l2 & 13 Frank- 
lin avenue 



UAUUXEU CIIIL^OX, Munufnetui 
RANGES, STOVES, &c, 99 am 



Woodman Edwin, 15 Bedford 
WORTMAX WILLIAM B. 121 

Court (up stairs) 
Young & Cowin, 203 Washington 

Hay. 
B.-iyley James R. IS South Market 
Bell John, 266 Causeway 
Calef A. D. 294 Harrison avenue and 

418 Federal 
Cargill Joseph, 14 Commercial 



■er and Dealer in PURJVACES, 

1 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



HAY — HlD'i'8 AND LEATHER. 



485 



Carlisle Joseph, 440 Federal 
Clark Wm. & Co. 1164 Tremont 
Cnifta Henry & Son, 610 Federal 
Diitv N. P., Canal, c. Travers 
Kdg'erly P. 122 Canal 
Krskine John K. 70 Meridian 
Faunee Calvin B. 1318 & 1317 Trem. 
Hersey C 132 Canal 
Iloltt A. D. 112 Canal 
lloitt A. & Sons 100 Canal 
Judd M- 133 and 135 Merrimac 
MeElroy Henry, 1802 Washington 
New England Hay Co. 48 & 50 Canal 

and 272 Federal 
Parkinson Wm. 158 and 160 Canal 
Porter Eleazer, 185 Cambridge 
Robinson Thomas H., Battery wharf 
Robv D. & Co. 280 Causeway 
WINGATE & FIELD, 108 Broad 

(see page 693) 

.Hay Scales (C%). 
Haymaxket sq. Jos. Allen, weigher 

Hemp Dressing. 
Chisholm Thos., Swett, c. Reed 

Hermetically Sealed Articles. 

COWDREY E. T. & CO. 27 to 37 
^Portland (fruits, vegetables, meats, 
fish, &c., see page 83 7) 

Hamblen, Baker, & Co. (provisions), 
125 Purchase 

Lewis W. K. & Bros. 93 Broad 

Plummer J. P. & G. 9 & 10 Bl'kstone 

Potter J. II. & Co. 59 Elm 

Rumford Food Laboratory, 1 Hamil- 
ton place and 1730 Wash. 

Skilton, Foote, S: Co. 48 Commercial 

Underwood & Co. 67 Broad 

Hides and Leather. 
(Sec ai<o Lea'ltr Dealers.) 
AVer S. & Co. 71 High 
Alley John B. & Co. US Pearl 
Arnold S. S. 56 High 
Averv II. N. 40 North Market 
Bates W. A. & Co. 62 Kilbv 
Bigelow A. 31. & Co. 75 Peaal 
Billings Horace & Son, 214 Congress 
Boardman B. (i. & Co. IS l Confess 
Bond Henry, 49 & 51 High 
Bridge Abel E. cSc Co. 125 Con_n-ess 
Bueknam, Rayner. & Co. 130 Pearl 
Bin-bank A. 0.128 Peart 
CMin Lee, 83 Pearl 
Converse & Stan wood, 56 & 58 High 
Cook E. G. 72 and 74 High 
Coon, Crocker, & lloln L 153 Pearl 
CuUiton, Trea I well, & Co. 68 High 
Cummings John,jr. & Co. 93 Pearl 
Dewaon, Williams, & Co. 21G Conir. 
Field, Converse. & Allen, 52 High 
French Hiram W. 36 and 38 High 
Frye J. F. ^ Bro. 185 Congress 



| Gay, I)in:\ & Co. 41 and 46 High 
Guild Chester & S >r,<, 107 Milk 

I ElallWm H. 80 II -> 
Healy W. H 160 Pearl . 
Higbee & F «ter, 3 I , Pearl 
Ilight, M. C. (broker). 196 Cong 
Hill Brother?, 10G Congress 
Hill & Brown, 4 & 8 Pearl 
Holmes C. M. 188 Congress 
Homer & VTyeth. 76 find 7s H ; gh 
Hull E B. &Co. 40 and 42 II i« ;li 
Humphrey A 20 Pearl (base nent) 
Johnson & Thompson, 176 to l^J 

Congress 
Jones J. M. & Co. UU Tear I 
Kendal! J. B. 211 Congress 
Lnring B. T 7s P.-arl 

| LOW, HERSEY, & CARY, 168 to 

172 Congress 
Merrow John F. 6 Fulton and 1 Shoe 
and Leather [brokers) 

Morey W. C. & Co. 153 Congress 
Moselev Alexander. 48 and 50 High 
New England H : de & Leadier Co., 
G. M. Fowle & Co. agents, 48 Cen- 
tral wharf 
Newhall & Thacher, 249 Congress 
Osborn F. jr. & Co. 100 Pearl" 
Osborn George P. & Co. 103 Milk 
Osborn John & Son. 190 Congress 
Pane E. S. 122 Pearl (hone) 
Palmer S. G. 126 Milk (hides) 
Pearson S. G. B & Co. 38 N. Market 

(hides and tallow) 
Piaisted George, 371 Broad and 251 
Congress [Congress 

POOR HENRY & SON. 196 to 199 
Priest & Albree, 227 & 229 Congress 
Pro-dor Thomas E 206 Congress 
Quirin & Edwards. 109 & 111 Pearl 
Rend A. II 155 Congress 
RICE N. W. & CO. 191 Congress 
Richards L. 58 High 
Richardson H. G. 11 Shoe & Leather 
Roberts J ones A. 195 Congress 
Rodgers J. L. & H. C. (commission) 

93 Congress 
Safford J.^O. & Co. 196 Congress 
Sands Wm. 11. (broker), 200 Con- 
gress 
Sawyer Warren & Co. 65 Kilby 
Sour'hwick P. R. & Co. 210 Congress 

(brokers) 
Spaulding S.R. & Sons. (\:) High 

! Spooner W. B. & Co. 163 Congress 

| Stevens & Barrett, 169 Congress 
Thompson A. & Co. 61 High 

' Thompson B. F. & Co. 4."> High 

I Thorn dike J. D. & Co. 71 and 72 
Congress 

j Thorndike J. P. 27 & 38 India whf. 

I Tirrell J. & A. & Co. 151 Pearl 

| Tweed Henry, G Clinton 

I Tweed James, 20 Clinton 



Massachusetts mutual i.ifi: 

too office, 17i Washington Strvet; 



I.\S. CO. of Springfield, .^lass. Bos- 
IOHN BUMSTEAD. G«uer«l Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hides and Leather — continued. 

Upton Franklin & Co. 98 and 100 
Congress 

Varney, Haskell, & Co. 210 Congress 

Wales George YV. 153 Congress 

Wetherill, Morey, & Co. 208 Congress 
(brokers) 

White & Winfeiow, 50 N. Market 

Winn J. B. & Co. 6 Pearl 
Hide and Leather Machines. 

HIDE & LEATHER MACHINE 

CO. 44 & 46 High (see page 689) 

Hoes. 

Plumer J. C. 82 Federal 
Hollywood. 

SPRINGER L. R. Mrs. 351 Wash- 
ington (see. page 662) 

Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 
CLAPP OTIS, 3 Beacon (see page 

680) 
Peabody N. C. .^ Beach 

Homoeopathic Vials. 
STANIFORD JOHN W. 49 Tre- 

mont (see page 704) * 

Honey Dealers. 
COWDREY E. T. & CO. 27 to 37 

Portland (see page S37) 

Hoop Skirt Manufacturers. 



Dole Bros. 28 North Market 
Pratt Isaac, jr. i:u Milk 
Shirley & Pcnnock, 21 Haverhill 
VAN NOSTRAND WM. T. ii* 

Lincoln (see page 678 > 
White R. P. 86 and 88 Albany 
Wilson B. O. & G. C. l* Central 

Horse Clippers. 
Anson Edward, 17 Lancaster 
Drake, Fitzpatrick, & Co. 06 Portland 
Murray John & Co. 3!) iSowker 
McGlinn & Barrett, 2!) Bowkcr 
Prendergastj Donahoe, & Co. 54 

Chardon 

Horse Collar Manuf. 
Americau Horse Collar Co. 100 Milk 
Bustin Wm. H. & Co. 134 Charles 
Edstrom E. P. 79 Sudbury 
Ganley Richard, 32 Faneuil Hal 
Murphy Thomas, 64 Lincoln 
Reardon Maurice, 39 Sudbury 
Horse-Shoe Kails. 
Hennessey Joseph, 56 Cooper 
MAY &CO. 1 Broad (see inside 

back cover) 
O'Neil James, 436 Harrison ave. 
Skaliy H. C. 70 Medford 

Horse Shoers. 
Brewster Joshua, 29 Bowkcr 
Corbett Goo. W. 26 7 Tremont 



*q- 



ALLEN EZRA & SON, 295 W r ash- i Cornish John, 12 People's Ferry ave 



mgton (see page 696) 
Baxter I. J. 647 Washington 
Belle Monte Skirt Co. J 67 Summer 
Blackburn J. W. & Co. 186 Wash. 
BOSTON CORSET SKIRT CO.. 
G. R. Taber, treas. 117 Summer 
(see front colored page) 
Conant Bros. 72 Summer and 399 

Washington 
Ford John G. Mrs. 51 Temple place 
Forsyth George R. 56 7 Wash. 
Glazier. Marean. & Co. SI Summer 
GRISWOLD 1). C. & CO. 164 De- 
vonshire 
Louicee G. II. 1601 Washington 
Neff'W. J. Mrs. 17 Winter" 
Paige S. M. 107 Dorchester 
Paine A. Willis, 4 05 Washington 
Prince J. O. 79 Summer 
Redding Grenville G. li Summer 
Sherman M. A. Mrs. 287 Wash. 
Turney E. M. Miss, 1241 Wash. 
Wood Amos L. 98 Summer 
Young A. K. & Co. 87 Summer 

Hoop Skirt Materials, 
BOSTON CORBET SKIRT CO. 
117 Summer (see front colored p.) 
Hops. 
Blauehard II. & Go. Sr» Commercial 
Carter Charles, 156 Commercial 
Dane & Hough, J i» Blackstone 



Deasy T. 2 Bumstead ct. and foot 
Chestnut 

Dowd D. & J. 34. Taber 

Fogg, Couilliard, & Co. 82 Chardon 

Foley W. C, Beverly, cor. Charles- 
town 

Geraghty Wm. 1518 Tremont 

Gerry & Mitchell, 131 Portland 

Goodwin R. II. 37 Iliveriil 

Gorman John E. 115 Merrimac 

Gould S. 652 Federal 

Gratfey Daniel, 66 Prentiss 

Gray Edward, 267 Causeway 

Haley George W. 1 18 Beach 

Hardy Wiliiam, 494 Harrison ave. 

Horan C. T-, rear 222 Federal 

McBarron Bros. & Lucas, Harrison 
ave., cor. Dedham 

McCloskey Dennis, 43 Sumner, E. B. 

MeKenney Daniel, 16 Decatur, E. B. 

Palmer C. S. 21 Carney 

Sands T. T. 130 Dover 

Smith Royal, 82 Beverly 

Thomas John, 50 Eustis 

Very & Co. 18 Pitts 

Horse Shoos. 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State (see 
inside back cover) 

Horse Stalls. 

Hatllock & Bru.-e, 12U Congroaa (agU- 
Putnam's patent) 

~ URN ACES, 



GARD&IgR CIIIL.SOW Jltniufnclurer ainl Dealer 1 

UAXGliS, STOVES, <fcc, 90 aud 101 Blackstouc St., lJoalon 



HORTICULTURAL AND SEED STORE — HOTELS. 



437 



Horticultural and Seed Store. Albermarle Hotel, — Camden, c.Wash. 
Washburn & Co. 100 Treruont James C. Laughton 

jj ose> AMERICAN, — 56 Hanover, L. Rice 

BOSTON BELTING CO. 57 Sun,- A ^'ll.,,,!.--! ,, it! , ,,,.. A . D , vi> . 
mer (see rront colored pa:»e) » i r , •> \ 1 r i 

,, , f , £ n , f ° >. n AT ; Avon House, 13 Avon place, bred. 
Boyd Jas. 6c toons (leather), 27 Mer-| g j i x 



chants row [hill 

Bray, Newell & Co. 53 and 55 Ilaver- 
Che'ever S. G. & Co. 25 Court & .7 
Tremont [couplings) 

Dalton & Ingersoll, 10 Union (also 
Hunt, Twitchell, & Co. 26 Devonshire 
Goodwin E, Stone, 97 Water 
PUTNAM GEO. 1). & CO. 13 Cen- 
tral (see page 807) 
SHAW W. F. 615 Washington (deal- 
er in rubber) 
Stone Henry N. 132 Commercial 

(rubber and linen) 
Wiswall Henry M. 49 Portland (linen 
and leather) 

Hosiery and CtIovgs. 
Bailev Elbridse E. & Co. 11 Summer 
BRIGHAM, BUFFUM, & CO. 188 

Devonshire 
BROWN JAMES W. & CO., 100 

Devonshire 
Burr Brothers & Co. 76 Franklin 
Butler B. 154 Court [shire 

Champnev Bros. & Co. 136 Devon- 
Christian T. & Co. 12 Arch 
Coleman, Lewis, & Co. 5 Chavmey 
Crocker. Ware & Co. 5 k 6 Otis 
Dayton Goodrich M. 43 Temple place 
Everett E. D. 116 Hanover 
Forbes, Richardson, 5: Co. 51 Summer 
Gardner, Pratt, & Mackintirc, 46 

Franklin 
Glazier; Marean, & Co.81 Summer 
Gould T. Warren & Co. 3 7 Franklin 
GRISWOLD I). C. ,S: CO. 164 Dev- 
onshire 
Heaton & Co. 156 Devonshire 
Lovell William L. 80 Summer 
Lovett Geo. W. & Co. 8 Winter 
Mason & Tucker. 160 Devonshire 
Morse John C. & Co. 103 Devonshire 
Morse & Brown, 24 Milk 
Shedd Jamts A. & Co. 21 Arch 
Stimson & Cotter, 102 Summer 
Tufts Q. 105 Washington 
Walker Joseph & Co. 41 Franklin 
Williamson & Burns, 97 Devonshire 
Youfljj James. 12 Hanover 

Hosiery Manufacturers. 
Hatch I. A. & Co. 168 Devonshire 

Hotels. 
Adams,— 371 Wash., D. Chamberlm 
Alhanv Exchange, — E. A. Holland, 

74 Lincoln 
Albany House. — Kneeland,c. Alhanv, 
L. L. Allan! 



I Bay State House,— 184 Friend, J. 0. 
Pinjjree » 

Ben Franklin, — 4 Sewall place, H. 

Sheldon 
Birmingham House, — 44 Portland, 

Win. Taylor 
Bite Tavern, — 18 Faneuil Hall sq., 

James M. Stevens 
Blackstone House. — 181 Hanover, 

Morrison k Robertson 
Blue Bonnet, — 5 Sewall pla^e, Win. 

G. Dobbin 
Boston, — Harrison ave. cor. Beach, 

W. M. Pray 
Bowdoin, — 8 & 9 Bowdoin square, E. 

B. Peirce 
Bromfield. — 34 Bromfield, S. Frank- 
Crockett 
Causeway House, — 166 & 168 Merri- 

mac, S. T. Andrews 
Central.— 9 Brattle sq. P. A. Roberts 
City — 55 Brattle, Gray & Bell 
City, — 1934 Washington, Washington 

Thomas 
City Point Hotel,— 885 Fourth, near 

P, G. W. Prescott 
Clarendon House, — Gage & Co. 523 

Tremont 
Commercial, — 56 Causeway, Henry 

P. Wilson 
Coolidge, — Bowdoin square, Wm. H. 

Spconer 
Dunham House, — 27 Boylston, York 

& Edgerly 
Eagle.— Lewis, cor. Fulton, Garret. 

A. Lans 
Eastern Avenue House.— J. A. Mul- 
ligan, 25 & 2 7 Eastern avenue 
Eastern Exchange, — Causeway, cor. 

Canal. A. A. Towle 
Edgerly House, — Edgerly & Osborn, 

91 Sudbury 
Eighth Ward House,— S8 Eliot, P. P. 

Rvan 
Eliot House, — 34 Eliot. F. Koestera 
Eureka House, — 31 & 33 Travers, G. 

H. Jackson 
Evans House,— 175 Tremont, P. R. 

Sullivan 
Everett House,— B. F. Rogers, Wash. 

corner Camden 
FennO House,— 40 Province, T. II. 

Pike 
Florence House,— 29 Howard. J. A\ . 

Dudlev 
Fourth Ward House,— 12 Pitt*, M. 

Dowling 



HVAM, CARLTOS, <fc CO,. Wnmiiacturers of the Celebrated BYAM 
FRICTION MATCH, i)4 to lOi Frit ud Street, Uoston. 



488 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hotels-* continued, I Pavilion, — 859 Hanover, F. McNeil 

Franklin,— 24 Norths Frank Haldin Payrow'a Hotel,— 108 Union, I;. I 
GLENDON,— 46 1 Chelsea, East, Bos- ; Payrow 

ton, Benjamin Wainwrijiht PfafTs, — 155 Pleasant, Mrs. K. Pfaff 

Globe. — 462 Hanover, Mrs. S. C. Providence House, — 149 Pleasant, F. 

Brooks A. Niehols 

Hancock, — Court square. B. Hull | Province EIou«e, — 1 Province court, 
Hancock, — 1 Corn Court, J. Jehness ! Ross <S: Leavitt 
Harvard House, — 10 Harvard, S. G. | Quincy, — 1 Brattle square, A. Long 

Hardroan -Railroad Hotel,— 101 Lowell, BL 

H vyward's. — Kneeland, cor. South, j Clark 

J. H. Whittemore Readhead's Hotel,— Lowell, c. Barton 



Hennessy,— SD & 93 Suffolk, D. C. 

Hennessy 
Highland House, — Eliot square, Geo. 

White 
Hope. — 26 North, Warren Ide 
Hotel Pelham, — Boylston, cor. Trera- 

ont, C. Englert 
International, — 415 Washington, G. 

R. Reichardt 



Revere, — Bowdoin square, cor. Bul- 

finch, Wrisley, Wetherbee, £c Co. 
Richmond House, — 69 Richmond, 

Mrs. M. J. White 
Rist's Hotel— 14 Eliot, Jas. II. Rist 
Rockingham House, — 294 North, Man- 
uel Joyce 
Russell House,— 24 Elm, Champlin 
& Stratton 



Jefferson.— IS North, M. J. Flatley Ryerson House, — 174 Friend, S. Rv- 
JUNCTION HOUSE,— Marginal,) erson . ' 

Sailors' Home,— 99 Purchase, P. G. 

At wood 
Sclwvn House, — 19 Harrison ave., L. 

It. Morris 
Sewall House, — 3 Sewall pi. Charles 
Portlock 



n. Orleans, E. B., D. L. Gray 
Lincoln House, — 1028 Wash., Geo. 

J. Smith • « 
Mariners' Hotel, — 3 Lewis, J. Martin 
Mariners', — 11 North sq., N. Hamilton 
Marlboro', ■*— 227 Washington, Wm. 

P. F. Meserve 
Marshall — 10 Marshall, J. &, G. 

Wadsworth 
MASSACHUSETTS,— Endieott, c. 

Cross, Levi Russell, jr. (see p. 8 10)- 
Maverick House, — Maverick square, 



Skowhegan House, — 7 Pine, H. Hill 

k Co. 
Snell's Hotel, — 147 Pleasant. W. A. 

Snell 
South Boston Hotel, — 101 Fourth, 
Thomas A. Farrand 
E. B., Parks & Skolfield 1 Squantum House, — 11 Portland, Jas. 

Mercantile Hotel,— 50 Beach, E. R. Breen 

Phinney t St. James, — Franklin square, M. M. 

MERCHANTS EXCFIxVNGE.— 57 j Ballon 

& 59 Portland, John Harvey, (man- j Suffolk House, — 43 Green, Kincaid 
ager) 5c Yoorhees 

Merchants', — 13 Change avenue, E.J -The Bellevue, — 1" Beacon, T. C 



P. True 
Merrimac, — Merrimac, cor. Friend, 

P. Spinney, jr. 
National, — Blackstone, corner Cross, 

Oliver Stacpole 



severance 

Third Ward House,— 21 Cross, John 

Glancy 
Trainer's Hotel,— 1001 Washington, 

W. Trainer, jr. 



New England, — 26 Clinton, Lambert 'Fremont, — Tremont, corner Beacon, 



Maynard & Son 
Neptune Hotel, — 1 North square, P. 

Brophy 
Norfolk, — Eliot square, Charles A. 

Jones 



Wrisley, Wetherbee, & Co. 

Tri-Mountain, — 345 Hanover, M, 
Wilmot 

United States, — Beach, cor. Lincoln, 
F. M. Pratt 



Ocean House,— 731 Federal, Mrs. C. j Washington House, — 15 Howard, S. 

Esty S. Kimball 

Old Culonv,— Kneeland, cor. South, Webster House, — 382 Hanover, 

Patrick Hollv Smith & Barnard 

Park.— 7 Central ct., Wm. D. Park I Webster,— 182 to 188 Sumner, Fast 
PA RIvER.— School, H. D. Parker | Boston, J. G. Chandler 

& Co. ! Wild [*sV- 46 Elm, G.W.Whittemore 

PARKS HOUSE,— 187 Wash., T. ! Williams House,— 37 Albany, G. B. 

B. &J. H. Rind (teenage 811) i Williams 
Pavilion,— 57 Trcmont, H. F. Gard- Winthrog House, — 34 Bowdoin, W 

ner I F.Davis 



iicVRDNRK CillLSfLV, RfauMtfactnrer ami Dealer in FUltXACEs, 
RANGES, STOVES, <fcc, Oi> and 101 Black«toue St., Boston. 



HOTELS — INSPECTORS. 



480 



Winthrop House, — 731 Federal, C. I India Rubber Goods. 

H. Ksu-a (See also Rubber Goods.) 

Voting's Hotel, - Court ave. George BOSTON BELTING CO. 57 Sum 



Young 

IIouso and Bridge Builders. 
MOSFXEY IRON BUILDING 
"WORKS, 53 Washington 

House-Furnishing Articles. 
A' lams O. & Sons. 51 Broadway 
Bridgman & Feabody, 8 Fanueil Hall 

square 



ni.T (see front colored page) 
Infants' Furnish ng Goods, 
Adams Charlotte M. Mrs. 368 Wash. 

Stevens John J. 262 Wash. 

Ink. 

Bassett & Whitcomb, 7 Bath (mark- 
ing) 

Brooks D. V>. & Bro. 55 Washington 

Child & Graham, 55 Water 

Comstoek, Emerson, & Co. 59 Water 

DONALD W. C. & ('«». 12 Spring 
lane (printing, see page 836 ) 

HAUTHAWAY C. L. & SONS, 5G 
Fulton and 1 and ,'3 Ferry (manuf. 
see page 826) " [Water 

Maynard, Noves, & Co. 75 and 7 7 



Morrill Geo. H. 22 Congress square 
(printing) 

MORRILL & WINSLOW, 22 Wa- 
ter (printing, see pni_><-> 835) 

SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO.. J. 
Sehouler, 32 N. Market 



Chase J. IT. 2 Warren avenue 
Davis S. G. & Co. 94 Blaekstone 
Dawiey II. W. 1043 Wash. 

Doherty 1*. A. 5 and 7 Essex 
Ferdinand & Co. Wash. cor. Warren 
Green A. S. 207 Broadway 
Haynes James G. 1G2 Harrison ave. 
Heerter John A. 25 Eliot 
Hiklreth II. A. & Co. 6 7 Blaekstone 
Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 

Faneuil Hail sq. 
Mason George II. 154 Blaekstone 
Morrison F. C. 534 Washington 
Noves Edward W. & Co. 1827 Wash. 
Parsons C. W. 301 Hanover 
Stearns N. C. IS Bromfield (importer) | Inner Soles, Keels, &c. 
Taylor & Howes, 1 and 3 Warren j Boston Heel and Inner Soles Co. 55 
Wadman W. B. 110 7, 1100, and 1447 j Haverhill 

Washington j Buzzell O. A. 150 Purchase 

WALKER F. A. & CO. 83 and S5 j Chamherlin & Co. 105 Haverhill 

CornhUl ^ [Essex i CLATUR A. A. 132 Pearl 

Waterman Furnishing Store, 5 and 7 | Harding John, 107 Fulton 
Williams F. G. k Co. 71 Union ! Harding Thomas. 130 Commercial 

Hulled Corn. I Hill Edwin A. 7 Union 

Raymond E. L.. Buggies place I Melanin H £!"T . & Co " 107 Fulton 

t-t j ,. '■' Fajje Yv ilham, Bennington, n. Chelsea 

Hydraulic Presses. j p^ fe waH 3( . Cl d 

HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry Tn ' afltrtT , c 

Inspectors. 

Hydrometers. BaUaRt 

SIEFERT CHAS. A. 70 Wash, (see; rM , w . ir r . r , . , , P ' 

v j Clark \vilham I. 1 Commercial whr. 

*■ ° ~ ' Conrov Peter, 1 Commercial wharf 

Ice Cream. j Hatch Edward, 1 Commercial wharf 

Boston L.'e Cream Co. Spring lane i Keaney John, 1 Commercial wharf 

Philadelphia Ice Cream Depot, 19 Beef and Pork. 

T ■ T . , I Pitman John II. & Co. 23 Ferry 

Ice Dealers. 

Boston Ice Co. 00 State [State ! F ' isJl ' 

Gage Addison & Co. (wholesale), i 28 j Ball John M. 2 T wharf 
niTTIXGEE JACOB, 101 State Brown Edward, 25 Long wharf 

(see pa«e 680) Churchill W. O. & Co. 224 Stare 

Preecott & Palmer, Palmer, c. Eustis ! &>le Winslow, Fort Hill wharf 
Smith Plane** B , Shawmut avenue, ! Green Joseph VV. 41 Long wharf 

near Yale I L" v/ i s J< - v 4 Commerce 

Stoddard^. M. 77 Sumner i $Iann N - P - ~-° S ' ;,te 

i .Mansfield C. II. 222 Slate 
Indelible Ink Manuf. \ MaVo Noahj jr. 9 Com!, and Clark's 

JACOBS GEO. 151 Washington (see ; wharf, K. B. 

page 66 2) j Nickerson E. & Co. 7 Commerce ami 

Independent Detective Ofnee. j :;:; Cit >" wi,arl 
HON T J. S. & CO. 3 Fremont row, I Flour ' 

room 4 (see page 823) j Spruhn James P. 39 Long wharf 

-*i Ass.-ve'iiusKrT.S MUTUAL LIFE IKS. CO. of Springfield, Mas*. Bos- 
tot* osiitc, 173 Wanhlustoii Street | JOlli* BUMST13AD, General Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Inspectors — continued. 
Tracy Christopher, 62 Commercial 
Wade Asa, 186 State 
Young R. S. 7-1 Commercial 

Gas and Meiers. 
Stimpson F. E. 313 Washington 

Bay. 
Barnes Israel M. 10,0 Canal 
Inman William R., Orleans, cor. Mar? 

ginal 
Livermore Samuel 13. 1 29 Commercial 

Hides, 
Peirson A. L. 5 Lewis wharf 

Light House. 
Blake Geo. S. 48 India wharf 

Marine. 
Baker Richard, 1 7 Merchants Ex. 
Crowell N. jr. & Co. 30 Coml. wharf 
Davis Ebenezer, 17 Merchants Ex. 
Pearce S. S. 21 Commercial 

Milk. 

Faxon Henry, at City Hall 

Oil and- Spirits. 

Chesley P., India, opp. Custom Ho. st. 

Cleaves JSatJiaaiel & Son, 3 Central 

wharf 
Means R. F. 6 Custom House st. (oils) 

Pot and Pearl Ashes. 
Cook M. I). 205 Causeway 

Spirits. 
Howe Church. 1 India Wharf 

Steamboats. 



^Mathematical and Optical. 

Boston Optical Works, Cbas. St<>i- 
der, agent, 7.") Kilby 

Ui'HAM THOMAS' A. 17 Harvard 
place (sec pa'.:*' 825) 

Widdefield & Co. lis Washington 

Mathematical ami Nautical^ also Books 

and Charts. 
Lincoln F. W. jr. and Co. 120 Comrn'l 
Ritchie E. S. k Son--. 149 Tremont 
Thaxter Samuel & Son, 12-3 State 

Measuring. 
Watts Joseph, 6 Washington 
Philosophical. 

CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 

310 and 312 Wash, (see page 703) 
Finder Louis, 4 F. H. square 
Hall Thomas, 19 Bromfield 
HuddlestOn J. S. F. 9G Washington 
Lowe N. M. 103 Court (bygrodiek) 
Remington W. H. 109 Court 
Ritchie E. S. & Sons, 149 Tremont 
Safford Mark, 36 Washington 
SIEFERT CHAS. A. 70 Washington 

(see page 63G) 
( UPHAM THOMAS A. 17 Harvard 

place (see page 825) 

Surgical and Dental. 

Bonsall Wm. B. 33 Tremont (for de- 
formities) 

CODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 and 
15 Tremont (see page G75) 

White S. S. 1 6 Tremont row 

Burnham Andrew, 41 Maverick ■ E.B.J '' 

Hill Increase S. 41 Maverick, E. B. Edmands & Hambtet, 30 and 40 

Hanover 
Tobacco. j Hall Thomas. 19 Bromfield 

WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr. 109 



Bemis Emery. 7 India Wharf 
Nowell John A. 109 Blacfcstone 

Instruments. 
Che mica I. 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W. O. 
310 and 312 Washington (see page 
703) 

Dental. 
MILLER II. M. & CO. 17 Bromfield 

(see page 674) 
White Samuel S. 16 Tremont. row 

Draicinq. 
FROST & ADAMS. 33 and 35 Corn- 
hill (see pa Lie 673) 
Goodnow & Wightntan, 23 Cornhill 

Electro-Mag hetic. 
Edmands & Hamblet, 30 and 40 

Hanover 
Hall Thomas, 19 Bromfield 
WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr. 109 

Court (see pa-jre 670) 



Court (see page 670) 

Insurance Agents. 

Abhe James E. 49 Washington 

ALDEN D. A. & CO. 15 Pemberton 
square (see page S15) 

Allen II. F. 5 Traveller Building 

Babcock John B. 1 1 Court 

BACHELLERE. Q. 134 Washing- 
ton (life) 

BARNARD BROTHERS, Post bldg. 

Devonshire, cor. Water 
Barnes G. F. 23 S Washington 
Beattie William A. 62 Congress 
Blaney D. II. 3 Winthrop block. 

Maverick sepiare, E. B. 
Bonney Pelham, 2 7 State 
BOOTH CHARLES, 95.} Washing- 
ton (Berkshire Life) 
BOSTWICK E. W. D5£ Washington 

(Berkshire Life) 
Bowker John I'. 28 State, room 8 
Bovden Warren, 173 Washington 



1 



GAR1).\ER C£ilL.M>A\ Manufacturer ami Dealer In PURXACES, 
ItAJXGKS, STOVES, «fcc, 90 and 101 Blackstonc St., Boston. 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 



401 



Bradford & Folger, 56 State 
Brewer Cyrus, 3 Phoenix building 
Hrown F. A. 89 Washington 
Brown I. J- 103 State 

Brown John N, 3 Phoenix building 

Brown W. H. 3 Phcpnix building 

BUMSTEAD JOHN, LIS Washing- 
ton (see loot lines) 

Burpe & Lane, 46 State 

BuUerfield J. 31 Washington 

Carter C. W. 11 Court 

Caverlv, Frankle, & Co. 89 Wash. 

CHAPMAN A.F. 9d| Washington 
(Berkshire Life) 

Chester Dwight, 93 Washington 

Chi Ids D. W: 11 Court 

Clapp John C. 70 State 

CLAPP OTIS, 3 Albion building, 
Beacon (see page 680) 

Coffin G. Winthrop, 4 Merchant's 
Exchange (marine) 

Comey C. H. 33 School, room 61 

Corupton P. J. 15 Congress 

Corkic.s Charles R, 22 School . 

Cotton Frank B. 103 State 

Cowles, Bvovrn, & Co. 39 State, room 2 

Cram C. W. 31 State 

Cram L. W. 29 Kilby 

Crane W. C. Devonshire, eor. Water 

Cutting Wm. H. 36 Kilby 

DARLING H. E. 27 State 

Devereaux & Paine, 130 Commercial 

Dix Geo. L. 74. Washington 

Do! .son I. F. 46 State 

Dow Edwin B. & Co. 19 Kilby 

Drowne Geo. K. & Co. 4 7 Congress 

Dver C. W. 89 Washington 

Ellison. Hollis, & Co. 29 Kilby 

EVERETT & PIERCE. 151 Wash- 
ington (see page 664) 

FALK JOHN M. 179 Washington 

Faunce George B. 22 Guild row 

Flagler & Howard, 30 Kilby 

Fletcher Edmund. 89 Wash, (life) 



I Hoag G. C. 31 Old State House 
Hobart Arthur Win. '_>:> State 
Hoitt J. B. D3 Washington (life) 

J HO I, HEX C. W. &CO. 7o \Wh. 

Holden, Allen, & Lord, 128 State 
(marine) 

Hollis E. P. 36 Kilby 

Holman E. 32 Congress 

Holman R. W. 32 Congress 

Jlovey & Fenno, Traveller building, 
31 State 

Howard H. 32 Congress 

Hutching W. V. 31 Kilby 

Hyde II. H. Sears building, Washinz- 
ton cor. Lourt 

Jackson & Muzzey, 45 Kilby 

Jarvis & Dalton, 30 Kilby 

JONES J. GREENE. 119 Wash. 

JORDAN, EDDY, & CO. 70 Wash. 

Jordan W. II. S. 70 Washington 

KEMPTON GEORGE, 20 State 

Kent & Goodman, 6 Congress 

Knappe & Weis, 6 Liudall 

Kimball Samuel, 17 State 

LAWRENCE R. F. 9-H Washing- 
ton (Berkshire Life) 

Lawrence & Walker, 15 Kilby 

LONG E. J. & CO. 76 State' 

Loring & Abbott. 89 Court 

Loring & Clark, 15 Kilby 

Lovett IT. H. 70 Washington 

Lvon & Nason, 55 State 

Marsh S. P. 89 Court 

Maynard S. B. 17 State 

Mercer Edwin, 2 Congress 

Mercer, Goodrich, & Co. 40 State 

MERRITT N. T. 113 Wa>hington 
(see page 696) 

Newman A. Parker, 84 Washington, 
room 1, and 22 Guild row, room 8 

Niles H. W. 41 Kilby 

Niles k Coe, 26 Washington (life) 
, Norrrs D. H. 173 Washington 
i Norris W. II. 8 Congress square 

PALMER H. M. 27 State 



FLETCHER JOHN W. 22 School 

FOSS F. J. 95} Washington (Berk- j Parkhurst J. W. 41 State 

shire Life) I Parsons John, jr. 5 Liudall 

Foster Xath'l, jr. & Co. 103 State j PARSONS. WINCHESTER, 

(me and marine) BEECHER, 5 State 

Foster & Cole. 27 State I Pattee V.'m. II. 134 Washington 



Fullerton Charles J. 8 Congress sq. 
GAMWELL E. A. 9.H Washington 
Gallucia & Co. 46 Kilby [and fire) 
Gannett William P. 27 Court (life 
Gerry Charles F. 41 State 
Gordon. George W. 2 Merchants 1 

Exchange, 55 State 
Gould Ae<<v is. Sons 2 Congress 
Guild \V. Henry. 134 Wash, (life) 
Hnves S. S7 Comhill 
Hayes H. Y. 18 State 
lb route Calvin, 41 State 
HIGGINSON STEPHEN, l and 

Kilby (see back colored page) 

It ¥431, CAHLT()\ 



PEARSON F. W. 4 Slate 

PHELPS FRANKLIN S. 4 State 

Phelps James T. 96 Washington 

Pitman Mark, 22 School 

PLUMMER C. G. C 89 Washington 

PORTER J. W. 27 State 
! PORTER W. 27 State 
! Powell C. T. 5 Court 
! Prince James II. 32 Congress 

RAY EDWIN, 84 Washington (see 
! page. 701) 
; Reed T. F. 27 State 
3 , Reed & Bro. 2 Old St at- • House 

Remick Warren J. 22 School 



& CO., Manufacturers ot <U«- Celebrated 
I'KICTIO.V MATCH, l>2 to lOtf Fiiend Street, Huston. 



BVAM 



492 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Insurnnre Agents — continued. i Clark F. A. G I loll N 

Richards Elias (sec. Weymouth & Cuinmings & Co. 1 Cambridge 

Braintree) 3»> Kilbv I Drummond M. Mrs. rear 769 Wash. 

Robins m & IWo -n. 3 Phoenix bldg. i G dlagher James E., South, <•. Beach 
ROLLINS & CHANDLER, 3 Mer- ; Grimes J. A. 43 Phillips 

i llarriman Chas M. 9u Washington 



Harris B. Mrs. 21 7 I !am1 rid ; e 
Industrial Aid Society, Edw. Wins 
low, agent, Chardon 
* Kingman Lucy. 13 Winter 
! Leake A. VV., Cedar, corner Revere 



cUacts Exchange 

Rowe Richard, 5 Traveller building 

RUSSELL D. W. 13 Merchants Ex- 
change (gen. agent and agency I 
snpt. X. Y. Lite. see page 666) 

Ru.^ell Warren E. 68 School 

(Sanborn D. W. 89 Washington [List Joanna, 85 Carver 

SAWYER CHAS. H. 49 Washing- Pierce E. I. Mrs. 130 Washington 
ton | Pitts C. Mrs. 67 Joy 

Scott Elbridge G. 22 Guild row j Power & Wheeler, 15 School 

SEARS WILLIAM. B. 40 State (see | Smiley Martha F. 7 Mystic 
front colored pane) I Steele Rosa, 3 Oak 

Sheldon William E. 238 Washington j Turner Emeline Mrs. 121 Dover 

Sherman James. 27 State 

SIIEPLEY JOHN. 49 Washington 

SHEPLEY W. T. 49 Washington 
(see page 66$) 



Sherman Joseph. 134 Washington 
Simpson J. B. 27 Guild row 
Smith J. E. 134 Washington 
Smith <Sc Niekerson, 21 Commercial 
Smith W'm. V. 2 Congress 
Sprague Matthew, 173 Washington 
Staples H. A. 173 Washington 
Stearns, Kinsley. & Co. 12 ' Kilby 
Stephens John W. 2 Congress 
STILES ISAAC A. 5 Court, corner | 



Wells J. H. & Co. 10 State 
Wmeelock O. K. 28 Sudbury 
Williams T. SS:V Brighton 
Williamson E. V. S. & Co. 678 Wash. 
WingL. 11.11 Red ford 
Winslow & Batten. 685 Washington 
Wright A. Mrs. 41 Zeigler 

Interior Decorators. 
PARSONS & TORRE Y, 460 & 464 

Wash, (see page 693) 
Paul & Co. 304 Washington 
Vaughn John J. 323 Washington 



Inventors. 

Washington, general agent Asbury j Goodwiu WilHani, 22 Albion 
Lite Insurance Co. N. Y. , p ea body H. O. 274 Washington 

Stone E. \> .. Devonshire, cor. Water j 

Thaxter D. McB. 258 Broadway Inventors' Exchange. 

Tilest m E. G. & Co. 89 Washington ! Tilden II. P. & Co. 63 Comhill 



TROWBRIDGE S. W. 5 Traveller 

building 
TUCKER J. P. 3 Merchants Ex. 
Tucker Thomas W. 93 Washington 
Turtle A. T. 2»J Washington, room 1 
TYLER JOHN S. 28 State, room G 
Vincent W. II. 31 Kilby 
Waiker George S. 106 Washington 
Ward J. H. & Co. 28 State 
Warren George, 17l> Washington 
Waterman -x Chester, 93 Washington 

(-Etna Lite) 
Wells Charles F. 13 Old State House 



Tilden Howard, (J3 Comhill 
Iron Building and Bridge 
Manufacturers. 
MOSELEY IRON BUILDING 
WORKS, 53 Wasii., Ambrose 
Eastman, treasurer 
(PUTNAM CEO. D.& CO. 13 Cen- 
tral (see page 807) 

Iron Penco Builders. 
I Bramhall OtU 119 Congress 
! Burnham & Lowell, 84 Chardon 



. , Mason Lewis, 159 Harmon avenue 
A es .are J. E. 36 Kdby [Life) ; ^ j L ( , ; M r; . ;!i; w 

Whitman L. J. 9o*W-ash. (Berkshire Robinson A . K . I90 s ;cond 
Whitney C C. 89 Washington { SmUh G w & F 409 Federa i an d 

Whittemore dc Bird. 36 Washington j 0O v; tate 

Winuett J. & Co. 9 State ! nrirsON J VMES W. & CO. 79 & 

WOOD CHARLES A. 28 ^a^^^^J^^^ 



28 State 
room 8 
Young Joseph, 179 Washington 



Intelligence Oilicas. 

Adams M. 5861 Washington 
Baker Warren M. 7(5 Tremont 
Brackett E. M. 1112 Washington 

Carnes R II N. 80 W. Springfield 



Iron Pounders. 
Alger C. & Co. 2 Central wharf and 
I Foundry street, S. B. 
| Bisbee. Endicott, & Co. 81 State 
BOSTON & MAINE FOUNDED 
CO. A. J. Blanch ird, agent, 4ti 
Canal (see front colored page) 

C*ARI»XS5Tl CMIt'SOX, Mnnufncturer mid Dealer in FUKNACICSi 
UAftUE*. STOVES, <&e., UU and 101 Blackstone s»t., Boston. 



iron founder; 



IRON AND 8TEEL. 



493 



Central Iron Foundry, Dyer Sc Gur- 
ney, Border, opp. Central sq. E. B. 

Cliel>ea Iron Foundry, Bisbee, Endi- 
cott, & Co. 81 Statu 

CIULSOX GARDNER, 09 Black- 
stone (see iit.-idt- front cover) 

Cir\ iron Foundry, Vance & Co. 198 
Second 

DAVIS & FARNUM, 82 Washing- 
ton (see page G62) 

Dyer & Gunny, Border, opp. Cen- 
tral square, E. B. 

Eureka Iron Foundry, Joshua D. 
Howard, prop.. Earl st. near Wire 
Works 

Fulton Iron Foundry Co., Charles A. 
Thacher, treas. 39 Broad 

Garrett A. 43, Hampshire 

Hinkiey & \Villiams Works, 552 Har- 

. rison avenue 

Josselyn Alonzo, 104 Ruggles 

Kinsley Lyman & Co. 42 Fulton 

MAYNARD JAMES A., JS T ew, cor. 
Maverick, E. B, (see page 699) 

Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. Leon- 
ard, agent, 120 Milk 

Pratt. Miles & Co. 84 North 

Pratt & Wentworth, 87 and 91 North 

Shavrmut Iron Words, 53 Broad, 
(steam and plumbers' iron soil pipe 
and fittings) 

SOUTH BOSTON IRON CO, W. 
P. Hunt, treas , 2 Central wharf 

Tremont Iron Foundry Co., A. Gar- 
rett, 43 Hampshire 

Vance & Co. 198 Second 

WHITING'S IRON FOUNDRY, 
Lewis F. Whiting, prop. Kemble, 
u. Hampden (see page 810) 

Iron Furniture. 
Haberstroh M. 4.^0 Tremont 
Roberts J. L. $3 Merrimae 
Tucker Manufacturing Co. 117 Court 
Winn John A. & Co. 23 Exchange 

Iron and Steel. 

ABBOTT & HOWARD, 11 Oliver 

(see front colored pane) 
Bay State Iron Co. 2 Pvmberton sq. 
Blodgett & White, 70 Fulton 
BRIDGEWATER IRON MANTF. 

CO, N. Stetson, 134 Milk 
Butler, Sise, & Co. 113 Federal (steel) 
Cate Isaac M. 4!* India [Leather 

Ciapp F. k Sons, 29 to 35 Shoe and 
Coffin W. E. & Co. ic>3 State 
Comey W. G. 28 Union wharf, for 

Weymouth Iron Co. 
Crane W. D. & Co. 26 Kilby 
Curtis, Bouve, & Co. ISO State (pig 

iron) 
Dennis S. James, 122 Water 
Earie, Smith, & Co 24 Fulton 

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFR 

ton oilice, 173 Washington Street; 



East Bridgewater hron Co., E<>_o-:-s & 
Sheldon, 83 Water 

EDMOND JAMES & Co. 13 Lib- 
erty sq. (see back colored page) 
ELLERY HARRISON,8 India whf. 

(hoop, see page 681 ) 

FIRTH THOMAS & SONS, n 

Oliver (see front colored page) 
Flagler & Co. 3U and 32 Kilby 
Franconia Iron & Steel Co. W. E. 
Collin, treas. 10(J State 
{ Fuller, Dana, & Fitz, 1 10 North 
! Gay, Man son, & Co., Fulton, c. Cross 
j HOWE E. Jr., agent, 12 Battery- 
march (see page 682) 
Hussey, Wells, & Co, L. P. Hunt, 

a^ent, 137 and 13m Federal 
JESSOP WM. & SONS, 133 and 
135 Federal (see front colored p.) 
JOHNSON HENRY M. 36 India 
Joyce & Richardson, 41 & 43 Kulton 
Lang W. Bailey & Co. 9 Liberty sq. 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. 75 and 7 7 

North 
Loeke Samuel 13, Comev's wharf 
LOTHROP & CO. 14 to 20 Custom 

House street 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (also tin plate, 

see inside back cover) 
MeAvoy Arthur, 13 Fulton 
MeCann & Burns, 25 Fulton 
Mosely & Hodgman, 75 and 77 Broad 
Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. Leonard, 
agent and treas. 120 Milk [82 .Milk 
Nashua Iron Co., M. A. linn k, agt. 
NAYLOR & CO. SO State an I Con- 
stitution wharf 
Page Edward, 19 to 29 Battervmarch 
PARK, BROTHER, & CO. 42 & 44 
Batterymarch, E. Howe, jr., agent, 
(Black Diamond steeLsee p. 682) 
j Pembroke Iron Co, William E. Cot- 
fin, treasurer, 103 State 
■Pittsburg Steel Works, Leeds. Rob- 
inson, & Co. agents, 75 & 7 7 North 
j Pratt Isaac, jr., 134 .Milk 
1 Reed John H. 2 Pemberton sq. 
' Richards & Co. 40 to 44 North 
| Richardson J. & Bros. 2 Central whf. 
j SANDERSON BROS. & CO. 18 

Batterymarch 
I SPELLING S. G. 82 Milk (i»i ; iron) 
j STEVENS FLUX CO. 32 Pember- 
j ton square 

| Stevenson & Peirson, 4> Kilby 
(Scotch pig iron) ■ 
Stockbridge iron Co. Edward L. Ba- 
ker, treas. 40 City Exchange 
Taft John B. 17 Batterymarch 
Thompson C. & F. 5 Custom Ho. st. 
I 'lom^kins Arthur G. 59 Broa I 
| ToplifK Lothrop, & ^^- 95 North 
i Warren Henry W. t \ Co. 2 7 Central 
| wharf 

INS. CO. of Springfield, M.iss. Boa- 
JOiiX BIMSTKAU, General Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Iron and Steel — continued. 
Williams G. W. A. 5 Liberty sq. 
Williams James M. W. 66 State, agt. 

J. Rowland & Co. 
Wilson, Hawksworth, Ellison, & Co. 

43 and 47 Fulton 

Iron Pipe and Fittings. 
Boston Lead Co. 49 and 53 Broad 
Shawmut Iron Works, 49 and 53 
Broad 

Iron Pipe and Pulley Blocks. 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
back cover) 

Iron Steamship and Vessel 

Builders. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 
Marion, E. B. ; office, 114 State 
(see page 700) 
Loring Harrison, First, City Point 

Isinglass. 
Gould J. D. 20 Union 

Italian Awnings. 

(See Awnings.) 

Ivory, Horns, and Tortoise 
• Shells. 
PageEben S. 122 Pearl 
Woodford Philip R. 58 Federal 

Japanned Ware Manufs. 
Davis S. G. & Co. 94 Biackstone 
Dover Stamping Co. 88 and 90 North 
Mason Geo. H. 154 Biackstone 
Seavey & Co. So Biackstone 
Suffolk Can Co. 49 Biackstone 

Japanners. 
Bennett W. R. 19 Hawley 
Blakemore Wm. rear 20 Avery 
Cotter E. 138 Lincoln 
Davis S. G. & Co. 94 Biackstone 
Fitzt-meyer Wm. J. 138 Biackstone 
Grimmons Charles, 16 North Centre 
Hodges & Colman, 106 Sudbury 
Kittrt-dge John D. Go Cornhill 

Jars. (Pickle and Preserve.) 
Brooks L. F. & Co. 221 Washington 
Foster George W. 14 Biackstone 

Jewellor3. (Manuf.) 

(See also Jeicelry, U'atrhss, a?id Plate.) 
Ailman J. II. 30 Bromfield 
Bell Joseph G. <S9 Washington 
Bingham C. C. & Co. 84 Tremont 
BRANDLY V. 8? CO. 228 and 371 

Wash, (hair, see page 833) 
Brown F. T. 9 Bromfield 
Carr, Earl, & Co. 38 Congress 
Chase Charles O. L. 12 West 
Clarkson Thomas G. 11 West 
CROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, 240 
Wash, (see page 667) 

GAllDXGR 



Dearing & Cole, 280 Hanover 
Ehrtt E. 268 Washington 
Fogg Julian k Co. 213 Wash. 
GUILD .<c DELANO, 2 Winter (see 

page 809) 
Harod Wm. F. 220} Washington 
Hersev B. A. 160 Washington 
Hinds" & Albee, 216} Washington 
Jozefe & Whiteland, 238 Wash. 
Mecum Charles E. 12 West 
Meek Samuel, 32 Winter 
Morgan Auuiustus, 3 Bromfield (hair) 
Norling & Bloom, 210 Washington 
Percival D. C,jr., 160 Washington 
QUIMBY M. T. & CO. 14 Hanover 

(see page 836) 
Richards H. M. Jewelry Co. 7 Green, 

cor. Chardon 
Ripley, Howland, & Co. 221 Wash. 
Sehuebeler Charles, 7 Summer 
Talcott J. W. 83 Sudbury 
Warren Chas. W. 180 Hanover 
Wellington C. A. 280 Washington 

Jewellers' Trays. 
HUGHES JOHN A. & CO. 151 

Washington (see page 68*) 
Lauten E. A. 221 Washington 
Thaxter Joshua, 8 Bromfield 

Jewelry, Watches, and Plate. 

Adams Geo. E. 373 Washington 

Averiil H. 46 Cambridge 
i Bacon & Co. 30 Elm 
j Baer NT. 397 Washington 
' BAILEY SIMON W. 193 Wash. 

Balch George P. 1885 Washington 

BANF1ELD, FORRISTALL, & 
CO. 30 Federal (see page 663) 

Barry W. Trask, 4 Brattle square 

Beckman Joseph, 26 Boylston 

B1GELOW, KENNAUD, & CO. 
331 Washington and 10 West 

Bingham & Byam, 628 Washington 

Bloch D. 58 Court 

Bond Wm. & Son, 17 Congress 

Bonnie Louis, 173 Hanover 

BRANDLY V. & CO. 228 Washing- 
ton (hair, see page 833) 

Brooks Square G. 107 Dudley 

Brown R. R. 573 Washington , 

Chamberlain Bros. 233 Hanover 

Clark, Smith, Pearce, & Co. 
Washington 

Crosbv C.A. W. 231 Wash. 

CROSBY, .MORSE, & FOSS, 
Wash, (see page 66 7) 

Currier, Trott, & Co. 148 Wash. 

Hearing & Mills, 165 Wash. 

Dinzey F. V. 156 Washington 

Dodge J. S. I'll Hanover 

Dresser L. & Co. 193 Wash. 

Evans Edward, 193 Broadway 

Fairbanks S. W. ISL'5 Wash. 

Fall Albert, 40 Faneuil Hall s«i- 



186 



'2\Q 



CHILSOX*, Manufacturer mxl Dealer in Fl RWC K>, 
KA2VGES, STOVES, &c, 09 and 101 Biackstone St., Boston. 



JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND PLATE JUNK DEALERS. 495 



Federhen John, 53 Court 

Federhen & Co. 61 Court 

FORI) II. O. & CO. 84 Tremont (see 
back colored page) 

Foye & Gleason, 1^5 Wash. 

Frisselte Isaac M. 13 Brattle square 

Gale Win. T. & Co. 221 Wash. 

Gay Levi B. 315 Washingtom 

GUI John M. 33 Hanover 

Gooding Josiah, 83 Washington 

Gray & Libby, 233 Washington 

GUILD & DELANO, 2 Winter (see 
page 809) 

Hadley Wm. H. 1821 Washington 

Harwood Brother, 26 Bromtield (im- 
porters) 

Haseltine W. C. 28 Cambridge 

Hastings D. B. & J. 520 Wash. 

Hills Richard & Bro. 270 Wash. 

Horn Edwin B. 32 Hanover 

Kendall James, 29 Merchants row 

Kennard Charles W. & Co. 122 
Tremont 

Kerr Wm. 19 Hanover 

Kettell J. V. 158 Washington 

Maynard Geo. H. 39 Hanover 

MeCaughey John, 1392 Tremont 

Mitchell H. A. 27 West 

MONTAIRE JOHN & CO. 48 
Winter 

Morrison D. II. 118 Tremont 

Munroe C. A. B. 193 Wash. 

Myers S. & J. 90 Washington 

Nelson William, 600 Wash. 

Xewhall J. 719 Federal 

Oroide Watch Co. 93 Wash. 

Palmer, Bachelders, & Co. 162 Wash. 

Partridge Horace, 27 Hanover 

Pear & Brother, 29 Avery 

Perkins Matthew, 180 Hanover 

Perry George A. & Co. 181 Wash. 

Potter, Drake, & Co. 25 Water and 
26 Spring lane 

Prate Wm. 515 Washington 

QUIMBY M. T. & CO. 14 Hanover j Fanning R. C. 363 Commercial 



Warner II. A. Ill Court and 462 

Washington 
Wiliard 8. 6c Son, 9 Congress 
Wood N. Gr. 9 & 11 Hanover 

Jig Sawing. 
LITTLEIIALE, DRAKE, & WIL- 

LETT (fancy fret), 94 1-2 Utica 

and 139 South 
WHITTEX .MATTHEW. Border, 

near Central square, East Boston, 

(see page 701) 

Joiners. ( FTpuse and Ship. ) 
(See also Ship Joiners.) 
HANSON & PETERSOX, Border, 
corner Decatur, East Boston, (See 
page 700) 
MARKS, EDMANDS, & CO. toot 
Sumner, E. B. (see page 700) 

Junk Dealers. 
Ashworth Henry, 35 Factory 
Ballou G. 397 Commercial 
Ballou G. & A. 285 Commercial 
Barlow Edw., Lincoln, cor. Essex- 
Barnes D. 391 Commercial 
Barnes Levi & Co. 369 Commercial 
Bosrgs J. M. & Co. 499 Commercial 
BoyFe 1>. 183 1-2 Friend and 105 

Merrimae 
Brickley T. 235 Federal 
Butler T. 249 Causeway 
Cheevers James, 222 Causeway 
Collinson John, 217 Endieott 
Coneray John, 2bb Causeway 
Connors John, 80 Hampden 
CRONIN JOHN, 884 Federal 

page 808) 
Culliston Joseph, 214 Albany 
Dacey Timothy, 303 Broad 
Dimmock S. 64 Northampton 
Downey F. & M. 822 Federal 
Dunbar E. P. & Co. 281 Commercial 
Eo-an John, 142 Leverett 



(see 



(see page 836) 
Rvymond F. C. 4 Bromtield 
Rernick John A. 20 Tremont 
Savary B. B. 64 9 Washington 
Seabury Brothers, 45 Hanover 
Severance W. II. & J. H. 721 
Sherman W. F. & Co. 7 .Milk 
Shreve, Stanwood. & Co. 226 
Skinner A. 62 Hanover 
Smith Charles, 560 Wash. 
Smith II. W. 29 Wash. 
Smith k Eddy, 129 Hanover 



"Wash. 
Wash. 



pear Henry T. & S 



on, 156 



Stowell A. & Co. 16 Winter 
Sweet James S. 49 Hanover 
Symonds Joseph, 731 Wash. 
Temple Chas. E. 112 Court 
Tolaad John, 725 Federal 
True George S. U Court 



| Farren W. 1 11 Cross 

| Fines Norris, 127 Haverhill 

Folsom Mark, 84 Fulton 

Ford Michael, 249 Broad 

Friel John, 61 Pitts 

Fry & Chase, 403 Broad 

Gallagher E., Harrison avenue, near 
MaTden 

GATELY J. 31 Prentiss 

Glavin William, 204 Broad 

Gorman J. 1.8 Lincoln 

Grimes William, o5 Hampden 

Haggerty James, GQ Cove 

Haskins «Sc Montague, 17u Broad 

Hill Robert, 112 1-2 Fulton 

Hill & Cutler, 353 Broad 

Hodgkins & Blodsett, 4 Russia wharf 

Howe John, 21 7 Broad 

Jackson Thomas, 131 Rugbies 



MYAJSI, CARLTON, «fc CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrated BVAal 
FRICTION MATCH, 04 to 104 Friend Street, Boston. 



496 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Junk Dealers — continued. 
Keenan John, 29 Ferry 
Kemp J. A. 622 Federal 
Kennedy William, 7-4 Cro>s 
Kent & Gore, L64 Canal 
Kiley T., £61 I 
Kinil>all Drill T. 172 Canal 
Knight Hiram, 121 Merrimac 
Leary H. M. 802 Federal 
Locke Samuel 13., Comey's wharf 
Lynch William, 287 Causeway 
Lyons JohnTo20 Commercial 
Lyons & Co. 2 75 Federal 
xMahony Patrick, 128 Broad 
Mansfield - Benj. 314 Broad 
MeCotter William, 225 Broad 
McCormick Edward, 2!) Ferry 
McCullough P. 4 Xorth Grove 
McDonoujxh Thomas. 273 Causeway 
McLean T. L. Mrs. 352 Commercial 
McMahon William, 31 Purchase 



McXAUGIIT PETER & SOX, 29 | 

Burke (see page $03) 
Moakley P. 314 Broad 
Moore Charles 11. 84 Fulton 
Mullin M. 108 Federal 
Mullin Patrick, 150 Federal 
Murphy 1). 7 Lewis 
Murphy Den ids E. 100 I'ulton 
Nichols & Avery, 165 Fulton 
O'Brien James, 431 Broad 
O'BRIEX JAMES, 407 Commercial 
O'Brien James, 481 Harrison avenue 
O'Brien John, 78 Cove 
O'Connor John, 187 Broad 



Kindling Wood. 
Boston Kindling Wood Co. 3 Milk 
Brown E. X. 43 W. Dcdhmu 
Caswell C. Foundry, m-ar Swan 
Huntley Win. C. 81 Essex 
Nichols J. W. 100 Es,vx 
I -NOTES B. & CO. Mechanics Ex- 

cljange, 22 Srate 
! Old Colony Kindling Wood Co., Foun- 
! ' dry, near Fourth 
| Ridgway John J. 5 North Russell 
I Sutlblk Kindling Co., Granite, near 
First 
Whitaker & Co. 378 First 

Knitting Machines. 
AMERICAN KNITTING MACH- 
INE CO. 332 Wash, (see pain- 804.) 
Bickford Knitting Machine Co., Dana 
Bickford, president, 52 Bromfitdd 
i LAMB FAMILY KNITTING 



MACHINE, Nathaniel Clark, agent, 
313 Wash, (see page 773) 
Pepper Knitting Machine Co., J. II. 
Jones, treasurer, 144 Congress 

Knobs. 
LOTIIROP G. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (see page 663) 

Labels. 

Dennison & Co. 71 Milk and 3 Fed'l 



OTIarra J.jhn, 285 & 28 7 'Broad 
O'Xeil Jaan-s, 436 Harrison ave. 
Pembroke C. 210 Enclieott 
Power James ^: Co. 376 Federal 
Quiify Dennis & Son, 138 Dover 
Russell Amos 



Laces, Embroideries, &e. 

Abbott Walter, 84 Hanover 
Beckett J. M. 74 Hanover 
Furber T. F. 262 Washington 
Gordon, Bowdoin, & Warren, 15 
Summer 
| Gross & Strauss. 60 Summer and 321 
I Washington [laces) 

I Ilodgkins 6c Barnard, 41 Summer 
! llolbrook C. C. 20 Summer 
| Holmes G. 391 Washington 
I Houghton S. S. & Co.'45 to 55 Tremont 
! Mudge A. C. 224 Washington 
! Pierce J. M. 389 Washington 



V 



e William II. 166 Washington 



!5 Richmond 
Sawyer C. O. 257 Causeway 
Stewart J. & W. ;UH) Broad 
Stacker Geo- L. 24 .<: 26 Fulton 
Sullivan I), ill Broad 
Whitley Joseph, 121 1 Tremont 
Woods John, S53 Federal 

Kaolin. 
Caver! v C. jr. 4 7 Congress 
EDMOXD JAMES & CO. 13 Lib-; 
erty sq. (see back colored page) | 

Ketchups. 
COWDREY E. T. & CO. 27 to 37 I 
Portland (see page 83,7) 

Kid Glove Cleansing. 

BROOKS W. A. 140 Wash, (see j 

page 693) ' I 

Kid Gloves. 

ALLEX EZRA & SOX, 295 Wash. 

(see page U96) 
Chautard & Rickard. 265 Wash. 
Gootlscll, BudiUon, Cv Co, 8 Summer I Stevens J. J. :iS2 Washington 

OAltn\i;R CUII*SOX, Manufacturer and Dealer in rCliXA..i:S, 
IlAA'CiKS, STOVES, &c, 99 and lOi Blacksteuo St., liost iu. 



Walther G.J.Mrs. 14 West 

Ladies' Fancy Goods. 

Baxter I. J. 64 7 Washington 

Butler & Bryant, 43 Tremont 
Cutter B. S. 48 Pleasant 
Kemptoa J. G. 6 Bowdoin square 

Ladios' Furnishing Stores. 

Adams Charlotte M. Mrs. 368 Wash. 
Bennett M. A. Mr>. 800 Washington 
BODWELL cV YOUNG (mahuf'O 

3 \\ inter 
Ford J. G. 17 Temple place 
Murdoek E. A. 389 Washington 






LADIES' UNDERSLEEVE, ETC., MANCFS. — LANTEUN3. 497 



Ladies' Undersleeve, Collar, 
and Cull* Manufacturers. 
IIOOWJSLL & YOUNG, 3 Winter 
Lit tie fie Id A. A. 76 Kin-stun 

Lager Beer, 
Adams Julius. 1225 Tremont 
Rites Geo. II. W. 133 Cambridge 
Bauer Henry, Heath, near R. R. 
Bays Charles, 1272 Tremont 
Beck Ignatz, 831 Washington 
Bisch A. H. 865 Washington 
Bombauer Jacob, 10 Avery 
Bossert Andreas. 58 Sudbury 
Cosman S. 13 7 Shawmut avenue 
Klz George, 32 Eliot 
Fachon Frank, 84 Court 
Frank Isaac. 138 Cambridge 
Griner M. & Son, 677 Washington 
Heeb Adam, 1 Dock square 
Heilbron Julius, 20 Carver 
Hess John, 56 Brattle 
Horn Margaret, 121 Eliot 
HvnemanX 1 . 102 Pleasant 
Juengling Henry, 1287 Tremont 
Jvneelit & Berg, 2 Common 
Kraft Theodore, 244 Union 
Kurz S. 25 Eliot 
Lambrecht J. 66 Friend 
Leisenfeldt Anton, 105 Pleasant 
Magny Ernest, 16 Avery 
Masse" William, 1307 Tremont 
Mayer Mary, 8 Station 
Miller R. A. 6} Boylston 
Hunt? Leopold, 761 Washington 
Xeureuter Andreas, 769J- Washington 
< >ettinger J. 87i Pleasant 
Rein Andrew, 108 Northampton 
Rheinhardt H. 14 Conant 
Rnefc Joseph, 1893 Washington 
Roesger Peter, 74 Lenox 
Roessle John, 401 -Washington 
Russell F. 693 Washington' 
Schmidt S. 5 Harvard 
Sehhatz Jacob, 1U4 Tremont 
Sehoendorf Henry, 55 7 Washington 
Seiferth Mary, 112 Pleasant 
Shrra Fred, i 13 Court 
Sinister J. 1042 Tremont 
Solari G. & Co. 88 Union 
Solomons II. B. 169 Hanover 
Stuck John C, Culvert. cor. Cabot 
Wagner & Lefevre. 61 Washington 
W eiss Jacob, Knoeland, cor. Hudson 
Wise Henry, 142 Pleasant 
Zimmerman Martin, 22 Marshall 

Lampblack Manufacturers. 

Bn»<wtt & Whiteomb, 7 Bath (dealers) 
IJOXALB WM. C. & CO. 12 Spring 
lane (see page 836) 

Lamp Manuf. and Dealers. 
AWiolt Charles E. & Co. 4 7 Court 
A-U.-y John E. 72 Kilby 

WASS^CIIUHIETTS MUTUAL. L.IFt«; 

,li « ollice, 173 Washington Street j 

32 



Bearsc II. & Co. 150 Commercial 
CALLKXDER JOHN B. 55 Kilby, 

I cor. Water 

j Carleton William, 30 Beach 

j Clark, Adams, & Clark, 156 Congress 
Dewev F. O. 29 Merrimac and 28 

! Canal 

I Dodge E. P. k Co. 8 Tremont 

i HODGE JOHN T. & CO., 6 Custom 

j • House, st. (see page 831) 

| Eclipse Burner and Lamp Shade Man- 
ufacturing Co. 50 Sudbury 
Gale George M. 17 Water * 
HOWL AND & JONES, late Otis 
Norcross & Co. 24 So. Market (see 
page 798) 
Jones Bros. 85 Friend 
MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 

(see page 812) 
Mt. Washington Glass Works, 61 Milk 
Nicholson & Frost. 13 7 and 139 Milk 
NOYES PERSON, 47 India 
Stetson S. A. & Co. 352 Washington 
Stansell C. C. 694 Union 
Tarbell E. & Son, 15 Bromneld 
WHITNEY & TAPPAN. 15 Winter 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
Williams Wm. B. Ill Milk 

Lamp Shade Mamifs. 
Boston Folding Lamp Shade Co. §£ 

Washington 
Eclipse Lamp Shade Co. 50 Sudbury 
Ilaynes E. K. 15 Marshall 
Wood^sum & Co. 563 Washington 

Land Companies. 

Boston Water Power Co. N. Matthews. 

president. 96 Washington 
I Boston & Roxburv Mill Corporation, 

W. S. Whitwell. treas. 61 State 
j Gary Improvement Co., G. T. W. 

Braman, treasurer, 96 Washington 
East Boston Land Co., A. R. Turner. 

treasurer, 30 Court 
I Real Estate & Building Co., A. J. 
! Stone, treasurer, A. P. Blake, agent. 
j 23 Arch 

| W.iverly Land Co., D. L. Demmon. 
j treas.' 134 State 

Landscape Gardeners. 

i Copland R. Morris, 40 Barristers" 

Hall, 7 Court square 
i Cruiekshanks James. 53 N. Market 
; Meacham G. F. 23 Congress 
I SHE 1)1) J. HERBERT, 7 Court 

square (see page C>>>8) 

Lanterns. 
| Binney John. 122 and 121 Broad 
I Bowman Ber.j. P. (street) ilG Union 
CALLENDER JOHN R. 55 Kilby. 
cor. Water 

.loil^i BUM STEAD, General Agent. 



498 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Lantern* — continued. | Apsley G. E. 7 Green 

0HAMBERLAIN H. B. & W. O. Askenasy H. 19 Court (German) 

310 & 312 Washington (magic, seel Aspinwall William, 40 State 

page 703) I Austin [vers J. 30 Court 

Chase F. I). 21,6 Commercial ! Avery Edward. 52 Washington 

Dewey Francis O. 29 Merrhnac, and Aver Phineas, 11 Court 

28 Canal ! Bacon John W., Court House 

Mason Geo. II. 154 Blaekstone ! Baker Elihu C. 5 Court 

MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill | Baker John R. 7 Court sq. 

(see page 812) 
Tui'ts Brothers, 42, 44, and 46 Sudbury 



Lapidary. 
Reynolds S. jr. 221 Wash, room 12 

Lard Oil Manufs. 
NORTH, MER1AM, & CO. 27 and 

29 F. H. market (see page 699) 

Lard Refiners. 
Alden E. G. & Son, 1S1 Broad 

Lard and Tallow. 
Merrill L. F. & Son, 46 Quiney market 
Wright C. & Co., Hunneman, near | 
Albany 

Last Makers. 
Armstrong & Washburn, 30 Pearl 
Gilson & Walker, 117 North 
flitehingsj. 117 North 
Lin field M. & Co. 8 Bath 
Townsend G. W. 68 Albany 

Laundries. 
Chelsea, S. Siblev, 218 Washington 
City Laundry, 98 Lenox, office 17G 

Washington 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 

20 Bromheid (see page 687) 
Nickerson Elizabeth, 883 Albany 

Lawyers. 
Abbot Edwin H. 13 Pemberton sq 



Abbot & Jones, 13 Pemberton square I Bigelow & Darlin« 
Abbott Abiel, 22 Merchants Exchange ! House 



Baker & Upton, 7 Court sq. 
Balch F. V. 39 Court 
Baldwin Geo. W 39 State 
Baldwin Henry, 27 State 
Ball J. D. 40 State 
Ballard J. M. 1 1 Bromfield 
Bancroft C. S. 36 Washington 
Bancroft George, 7 Court square 
Bancroft Solon, 47 Court 
Bangs Edward, 31 Pemberton sq. 
Barnard Chas. A. 4 Court House 
Barrett Jonathan F. 42 Court 
BARTLETT FRANCIS, 13 Ex- 
change 
BARTLETT SIDNEY, 13Bxchange 
BARTLETT SIDNEY, jr. 13 Ex- 
change 
Bassett Elisha, U. S. Court House 
Batchelder L. R. 46 Court 
Batchelder Samuel, jr. 18 Pemberton 

square, room 7 
Bates J. E. 42 Court 
Bates S. W. 46 Washington 
Bemis George, 5 Court " 
Bent S. Arthur, 7 Court Square 
! Berry John W. 33 School, room 50 
! Berry N. C. 33 School, room 28 
JBETTON GEORGE E. 24 Tremont 

row 
! Bigelow Edwin M. 33 School 
I Bigelow F. W. 81 Washington 
1 Bigelow Timothy, 50 School 

Old State 



Abbott Chas. E. 4 7 Court 
Abbott Curtis, 9 SeoHay's building 
Abbott John S. 21 Merchants Exch 
Abbott Josiah G. 42 Court- 
Abbott S. A. B. 42 Court 



IBINNEY W. C. 4 State [page 723; 
jBINNEY & MORSE, 4 State (see 
J Bishop Joel P. 27 Tremont Temple 
I BISHOP R. R. 2 Pemberton square 
I BLACKMAR W. W. 63 Court 



Adams Charles F- jr. 31 Pemberton sq. ! Blaikie Wm. 27 Court 



Adams Geo. Z. 19 Court 
Adams J. Quiney, 7 Court square 
ALBEE SUMNER, 20 Court 
Alger E lwin A. 35 Court 
Alien A. O. { 81 Washington, 
Allen C. E. j room 12 

Allen Charles, 30 Court 
Allen Stillman B. 20 Court 
Ames Fisher, 2 Pemberton square 
Almon A. B. 4 7 Court [avenue 

Amory Thomas C, 19 Commonwealth 
Andrews .John L. 46 Court 
Andrews William II. II. 28 State 
ANGELL & JENNISON. 46 Wash. 
Appleton Fred. II. 96 Washington 



Blaisdell Mark A. 63 Court 
| Blake Edward, 10 Railroad Exchange 
BLUME A. 33 School, room bG 
Boardman A. W. 7 Court sq. room 29 
Boardman & Blodgetfe, 85 Court 
Boit E. I), jr. 2 Pemberton sq. 
i BOLSTER S. A. 2 7 Guild row 
| Boutwell & French, 11 Studio build's: 
j Bowditch W. I. 8 Railroad Exchange 
j Bowman S. Z. 14 Old State House 
: Bovnton W. E. Xi School, room 27 
i BRACKET T J. Q. A. 81 Washing- 
ton, room 5| 
, Bradley J. H. 19 Court 
j Bnigg Henry W. 27 Tremont row 



GAftDSISR CHILSO.V, Manufacturer ana Dealer 
RA^tifcS, tiTOVliS, &,c.j 99 und 101 Blackstuiu 



in FURNACES, 

St.. lloston* 



LAW! ERS. 



400 



Brewster Aug. O. 47 Court 

Brijrpjs Andrew H. 42 Court 

H ighain Win. .''5 Court 

Rrigham W. T. 35 Court 

Brook* B. F. 40 State 

Brooks Edward. 12 Temple pi. 

Brooks Francis, 12 Temple pi. 

Brooks Francis A. 7G State 

Brooks .lames W. 7G State 

BROOKS & BALL, 40 State 

Brown Edward P. 20 Court 

BROWN JEREMIAH, Si Washing- 
ton, mom .H 

BROWN (Alpheus R.) & ALGER 

(Edwin A.), 35 Court 
Browne Albert. G. jr. 19 Court 

BROWNE CAUSTEN, 5 Temple 
plane [ton square 

BROWNE EDWARD I. 4 Pember- 

Browne Geo. M ., E. Railroad Depot 
BROWNE & TIIORNDIKE, 4 Pern- 
berton square [building 

Bruce Geo. A. 20 and 21 Scoilay's 
Bryant. J. D. 39 Court 
Bryant N. B 41 State 
Buck Edward, 27 Court 
Buck Robert H. 5 Tremont 
Ballard John R. 20 Court 
Burbank Robt. I. 4(5 Court 
Burke Edmund, 39 Studio building 
Burnbam PL F. 35 Court, room 2 ' 
Burn ham Setb C. 5 Tremont 
Barrage Wm. W. 33 School, room 4 
Butler John II. 7 Court sq. 
Butterfield John W. 33 School, r'm 10 
Butterwordi A. F. 22 School 
Buzzell Albert C. 4 State [change 
Byam George A. 8 Merchants' Ex- J 
CARPENTER JAMES E. 22 School Behori Wm. & J. D. Bryant, 39 Ct 
Cass Andrew J. 5 Tremont | Dcmond Chas. 91 Washington 

CHANDLER PELEG W. 27 Court; Denny Henry G. 37 Court square 
< HANDLER, SI1ATTUCK, &| "Derby E. H. 46 Court 

THAYER, 27 Court 
Cheever T. P. 5 Tremont 



Cooiidge David H. 82 Pemberton so. 
Cooiidge Horace H. 7 Court sq. 
Copeland G. W. 5 Tremont 

Cottrell & Bennett, 9 Scollay's bldg. 
Cowley C. 7 Court square, room i't 
Crandall H. Purr, ~> l'remont 
Crane David F. 23 Court 
Creech Samuel W. jr 30 Court 
Crocker George G. 19 Court 
Crocker Uriel H. 19 Court 
Crowley John C. 33 School, room 7 
Cummings Cyrus, 19 Lindall 
Currier B. H. 14 Old State House 
Currier S. E. D. 47 Court 
CURRIER THOMAS F. 33 School. 

room 61 
Curtis B. R. 31 Pemberton square 
Curtis Charles P. 27 Kilby 
Curtis Walter, 31 Pemberton square 
Cutler Joseph, 47 Court 
CUTTER E. S. 81 Washington 
| Cutter I. J. 11 Court 
Dabney L. S. 30 Court 
Dairy tuple Win. H. 33 School, r'm 4 
Dame Abraham A. 59 Court 
Dame Charles C. 7 Court square 
Dame Theodore S. 9 State 
Dame William A. 59 Court 
Dana Edward A. 19 Court 
Dana E. T. 3 7 Chestnut 
Dana R. H. jr. 30 Court 
Davis James C 30 Court 
Davis J. B. 19 Court 
Davis Jerome, 19 Court 
Davis S. C. jr. 13 Pemberton square 
Dean Benjamin. 42 Court 
Dean Benjamin C. 33 School, r'm 6 
Dean Thomas, 22 Tremont row 



Child & Powers, 27 Tremont row 
Choate Chad. F. 31 Washington 
Choate F. W. 5 Court 
Choate G. F. 23 Court 
Churchill & Pierce, 15 and 16 Old 
State House [square 

Churchill Joseph McKean, 7 Court 
Clapp If. A. 16 Pemberton square 
Clark Albe C. 29 Washington 
Clarke John J. 27 State 
CLARKE THOS. WM 



Derby & Williamson, 46 Court 
I Dickinson M. F. jr. U. S. Court Co. 
| Dixon F. B. 18 Merchants' Exchange 
I Dodge John C. 30 Court 

Doherty-Wm. W. 33 School, r'm 17 
I Donnelly Charles F. 19 Court 
: Dorr E. Ritchie, 31 Pemberton sq. 
I DORR WM. B. 717 Federal 
I Draper John W. 7 
i Draper Moses, \ 
'Drew C II. 81 Washington 



43 City Exchange 



[building ! Duncan Wm. P. 9 State 
14 Studioj Duncklee Mark F. 81 Washington 
Codman John, 13 Pemberton square j Dunton & Cotton, IS Old State Ho. 
Codman & Johnson, 27 Kilbv* j Durgin Mark II. 15 Pemberton sq. 

| Dyer Frank 15. 15 Pemberton sq. 
I Dyer M. jr. 15 Pemberton sq. 
[Dastman A. 53 Washington 
| EDWARDS II. J. 39 Court 
| Ei-in James, 33 School, room 15 



Collin A. B. 33 School, room 4 
Cog.-- well Win. 23 Court 
Coiburn Wm. G. 30 Court 
Colby John F. 35 Court 



C- 



naolly Wm. T. 6 Court House 



Tremont 
Washington 



CONVERSE & KELLEV, 81 Wash. | EUridge John L. 3 
Cooiidge A. J. J 6 Pemberton square! Ellis Charles M. 96 

UVAM, CARLTOX, <fc CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrated BYAM 
F1UCTIOX MATCH, Vti to U)'A Friend Street, Boston. 



500 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Lawyer* — contin tied. 

Ellis John II. 42 Court 

Ely A. B. 28 State 

Emery George \\ . 34 School 

Emery James ) ,- ,, 

„ J w }■ 2 i Court 

Emery VV . ) 

English J. L. 68 Cornlrlll 

Esta brook Geo. Win. 22 School 

Esty Willard F. 17 Pemberton sq. 

Everett William, 96 Washington 

Fallon Joseph 1). 4 7 Court 
Farley James F. 4 7 Court 
Ftrost George S. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Field Walbridge A. 5 Tremont 
Fischaeher Max, 7 Court square 
FISHER GEO. A. 4 Pemberton sq. 
Fiske Charles II. 20 State 
Fitzgerald John E. 22 School 
Fleming C. H. 717 Federal 
Floyd Samuel E. 5 Court 
Forsaith W. J. 33 School, room 10 
Foster D wight, 30 State 
French Asa, 5 Tremont 
Frost Henry W. 40 State [place 

Frothiniiham Thomas B. 12 Temple 
Fuller Bichard F. 18 Pemberton sq. 
Gardiner Wm. H. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Gaston William. 5 Tremont and 27 

Guild row 
Gav Ebenezer. 42 Court 
GERRJSII BENJ. J. & WM. II. 

WILSON, 11 Court 
Gibbs Amory T. 39 Court 
Gilchrist D. S. 47 Court 
Giles Alfred E. 30 Court 
Gleason Daniel A. 30 Court 
Gleason Horace, 9 State 
God da rd E. A. 10 State 
Goddard Maurice, 5 Tremont 
Goldsbury John, 31 Pemberton sq. 
Good. D. W. & C. E. Pike, 18 Pem- 
berton square 
GOODRICH CHAS. B. 30 Court 
GOODRICH JOHN B. SO Court 
GOODRICH & EDWARDS, 30 

Court 
Goodwin Frank, 39 Court 
Gordon George II. 7 Court square 
Gray B. G. 47 Court 
Gray J. C. jr. 4 Pemberton square 
Green N. St. J. 27 Tremont row 
Green W. C. 31 Washington 
Greene Oscar P. 33 School 
Gregg W. P., City Hall 
Griggs George, 16 Pemberton square 
Grover Emery, 19 Court 
Guiney P. II. 22 School 
Hackett F. W. 5 Court square 
HALE GEO. S. 39 Court 
Hall Thomas B. 30 Court 
llaiiett II. L. 33 School, room I) 
Hambliu H. M. 6 Winthrop block 
Hammond J. W. 2 7 Tremont row 
Harlow Thomas S. 27 State 



j II ARRIS B. W. 7 Court square 

; lPissam John T. 3.3 Court 

! Hatheway S. W. 30 Court 

I Hayes Francis B. 31 Washington 

j Hayes Francis L. 28 State 

j Hayes Thomas M. 19 Mcffuti. Bank 
building, 28 State. 

i Heaty .John P. 2 Pemberton square 

I Hedge Wm. 3 j Court 

I'llemenway Alfred, 7 Court square 

j Herrick Wm. A. 83 School, room 2 

j He wins James, 16 Pembertou square 

i Hill Clement Iluuh, 2 Pemberton sq. 
HILL EDWARD L. 23 Court 

| Hillard George S., U. S. Court Ho. 

I Hilliard Wm. 33 School, room 59 

j Hinds Calvin P. 46 Court 
Hoar E. R. (judge Supreme Court) 

31 Pemberton square 
Hobbs George M. 52 Washington 
Hodges & Barrett, 42 Court 
Hoi brook D. J. 31 State 
Holland H. W. 10 Court 
Holmes Jabez S. 5 Temple place 
Holmes John S. 46 Court 
Holmes O. W. jr. 27 Court 
Homer Geo. F. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Hooper Edward W. 4 Pemberton sq. 
Houghton Charles, 41 State 
Howard J. M. F. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Howe John D. 21 Old State House 
Howe Moses G. 35 Court 
Howes & Smith, 33 School, room J. 
Hubbard C. E. 27 Court 
Hubbard G. G. 39 State, room 11 
Hubbard Josiah W. 01 Washington 
Hudson C. II. 12 Scollav's builuiug 
Hudson John E. 27 Court 
Hudson John W. 30 Court, room 7 
Huntington C. W. 7 Court square 

j Hurd Charles II. 33 School 

j Hurd Francis W. 30 Court 

j Hurd T. C. 7 Court square 

j Hutchins Horace G. 5 Court square 

illUTCUlNS & WHEELER, 20 
Court, rooms 2 and 3 

j Hutchinson Eben, 20 Old State no. 

| Hyde Henry P). 30 Court 

j Ingalls M. E. 2S State 

I Ireson S. E. 20 Court 

i Ives Stephen B. jr. 42 Court 

j JACKSON A. 4 7 Court 

J Jackson John G. 47 Court 

I JACOBS F. W. 28 Staie 
James George A. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Jennison Samuel, 46 Washington 
Jewell Harvey, 5 Tremont 
JONES AUGUSTINE, 06 Wasb. 
Jones Leonard A. 13 Pemberton sq 
Joy A. K. P. 81 Wash., room 14 
Judd C. P. 47 Court 
Keith James M. 42 Court 
Kelly E. A. 81 Washington 
Ivehdall Robert B. 32 Pemberton sq. 



ilAKD.VEH (IULM).\, OJbufculacturer ami Dealer Ju FURXACES, 
HAZikiKis, STOVJES, <*L,c, Oi) ami lOl BJackwtcme St., liosiou. 



LAWYERS. 



501 



Keyvt C. O 5 Court 

Keyed S F. 33 School, room 5 

K Ituii J. P. 35 Court 

Kimball D. P. 81 Washington 

Kunliall Edgar L. 20 Court 

KIMBALL "J. CHELLIS,33 School, 

room 6 
Kimball J. U. 17 State 
King John G. 27 State 
Kinjisbur}' Aaron, 7 Court square 
Kittredge Charles F. 2 Pembert'n sq. 
K'ttredge Frank W. 33 School, r'm6 
KNAPP O. S. 7 Court square 
Knov/ies Isaiah, jr. 14 Old State Ho. 
Lamson A. W. 33 School, room 63 
LAPIIAM KUFUS, 89 Court 
Latbrop John, 17 Pemberton square 
LELAND W. S. 33 School, room 56 
Lincoln Arthur, 2 Pemberton square 
Lincoln C. S. 15 Pemberton square 
Lincoln Solomon, jr. 42 Court 
Linseort D. C. 22 School 
LIVEEMOEE THOMAS L. 52 

Washington 
Loelce John G. 46 'Court 
Lombard R. T. 1.5 Pemberton square 
Long John D. 20 Court 
Lord J. Brown, 33 School, room 24 
Lotinc- C. W. 1 7 Pemberton square 
LOItlNG FRANCIS C. 17 lumber- 
ton square 
Lori mi John A. 5 Tremont 
LOTHR.OP T. K. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Lund Rodney, 56 Washington 
Lunt Henry,* 68 Cornhiii 
Lynde & Harding, 10 Seollay's bld'g. 
MagutH Thomas F. 30 Old State Ho. 
Mahan J. W. 12 Tremont 
Maine S. C. 313 Washington 
Man^eld M. B 5 Court 
Ma*on David II. 20 Court 
Mason Lyman, 2o Court 
Mason W. N. 35 Court 
Mather H. H. 39 Old State House 
May John Wilder, 7 Court square 
Maynadier das. E. 33 School, room 23 
MeCleary Samuel F., City Hall 
Mclntire" Charles J. 96 Washington 
MeKirn John W 15 Pemberton sq. 
Merrill A. B. 29 Washington 
Merrill J. C. 37 Court square 
Merrill Moody, 16 Perabrrton square 
Merwin E lias", 13 Exchange, room 13 
Mi'^i.t Asa. 76 State 
Mi not. William, 39 Court 
Minot William, jr. 39 Court 
Morrill George, 47 Court 
Morris Robert, 2:5 §rotlay*s building 
Morrison Fran*c, 20 State 
Mors- Bush, 33 School, room 28 
MORSE C. O. 4 St.te 
Moree Greorge A. 9 State 
Mi*rs« Isaac S. 9 State 
Mors*- Joint T. jr. 16 Pemberton ?j. 

W A SS A C I ! IS $ ITTS Bl 1 T V \ I, 1. 1 F E 
«*»u Ofifcfe, 123 Washington Street; 



MORSE R. M. jr. 7 Court square 
Morton Edwin, 33 School 
MORTON E. W. 28 State 
Motte E. L. 33 School, room 13 
Moulton B. C 23 Court 
Mowrv c<c Startevant, 2i School 
MUNROE FRANCIS J. 81 Wash- 
ington and 5 Maverick sq., E. B. 
Munroe William A. 27 Court 
Muzzey Henry W. 7 Court square 
Nash Stephen G. 46 Washington 
NASON J. BYRON, 5 Maverick sq. 

E. B. (see page 691) 
Needham Daniel. S'3 Studio building 
Newton J. L. 27 Tremont row 
Nit-hols B. W. 40 State 
NICHOLS F. A. 22 Tremont row 
Nichols J. L. 46 Washington 
Nickerson Joseph, 99 State 
Noble John, 30 Court 
Norris A. F. L. & T. L. 26^ Exch'ge 
Norris 6. W. 16 Pemberton square 
Norton M. 47 Court 
Nqyes Amos, 23 Court 
Noyes George D. 76 State 
Noyes Samuel B. 96 Washington 
NUTTER C. C. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Nutter T. F. 15 Pemberton square 
Olney R. 31 Washington 
Otis Albert B. 96 Washington 
Otis George E. 13 Pemberton square 
Paine H. W. 32 Pemberton square 
Paine Robert Treat, jr. 42 Court 
Palfrey Francis W. 13 Exchange 
Park & Healey, 46 Court, room 1 1 
Park John C. 15 Pemberton square 
Parker Aurelius D. 20 Court 
Parker Francis Edward, 42 Court 
PARKER H. G. 46 Washington 
Parker Wm. over Boylston market, 

room 2 
Parker Win. M. 28 State 
Parks N. Austin. 5 Temple place 
Parment>T William E. 1!) Court 
Pattee Chas. H. 33 Sehool, room 27 
Pearson Robert W. 16 Merchants Ex. 
Pelton F. W. 12 Pemberton sq. 
Perkins Augustus T. 112 Bacon 
Perkirs W. E. 40 State 
Perry B. E. 30 Court [House 

Perrv Francis A. 36 & 37 Old State 
Phillips C. A. 30 Court 
PHILLIPS E. K. 33 Sehool. room 27 
PHILLIPS GEO. WM. 7 Court sq. 
Phillips Wendell, 26 Essex 
Pickering James F. 34 and 35 Old 

State House 
Pierce Edward L. 15 Old State II. 
Pierce E. II. 46 Court 
Pinker.ton J. M. 39 State 
Fond Benjamin, 17 Oil State House 
Poo'e B-Mij. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Power.-; Chas. E. 27 Tremont row 
Pratt E. G. 7 Court square 



1A<. CO. of Springfield, Mass. Boa- 
JOHN BOISTEAD, General Agent. 



502 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 



Lawyers — continued. 
Prescott A. A. 81 Washington 
Prescott V. A. 15 Pemberton s<j. 
Prince Frederick O. 30 Court 
Procter Thomas Parker, 32 Pember- 



SIIATTUCK GEORGE O. 27 Court 
Shaw Lemuel, 27 >tate 
Shaw Poland C. ll.", Dudley 
Shaw Sinned S. 4 7 Mount Vernon 
Sluddou Henry N 33 School, room 2 



ton square j Sheppard Edw. 0. 5 Tremont 

Pro<tor & Warren, 32 Pemberton sq. ; Sheppard John IE 17 Bromlield 
Putnam George, jr. 27 Couit j Sherman E. E. si Washington 

Quincy Josiah, 27 State Shimmin Charles F. 202 State 

Hand Edw. S. 30 Court ' Shipley Horatio, State 

Rand Edw. S. jr. 30 Court Simpson Wm. IE 46 Washington 

Randall Otis Gray, 31 Washington Sinclair Albert T. 5 Tremont 
Itannev & Morse, 35 Court Smith Emory B. 33 School, room 49 

Read C. C. 27 State Smith Henry Hyde, 29 Old State IE 

Redfield I. F. 33 School, room 3 Smith IE Farnam, 4t> Washington 

Reed George M. & Chas. A. 15 Pern- Smith Robert D. 32 Pembe>ton sq. 

berton square Smith & Pates, 46 Washington 

Rice Fitz H. 40 State, room 31 j Smith & Fuller. 27 Gu Id row 

RICH GILES IE 27 Guild row ! Snow Samuel, 17 Pemberton sq. 

Richards G. H. 16 Pemberton square ; Sobier & Dexter, 40 State 
Richardson E W. & E N. 68 Coruhillj Sohier & Welch, 9 T-emont 
Richardson J. B. 20 Court ! Somerby G. A. 20 Old State House 

Richardson N. 10 State Spaulding S. 81 Wash, room 11 

Richardson T. F. 35 Court ; Spofford R. S. jr. 27 Tremont row 

Richardson William A. 5 Tremont ! Sprague Henry H. 32 Pemberton sq. 

I Stackpole Andrew J. 33 School, r. 21 
| Stackpole J. E. 42 Court 
Staples & Siocum, 13 Pemberton sq. 



Richardson & Osgood, 23 Court 

Riley Thomas, 47 Court 

Risley John E. S Seollay's building 

Ritchie Harrison, 30 Court 

Ritchie James (solicitor internal rev 

enue), 13 Kilby 
Robb Jame-s B. 25 Bromfield 
Roberts David, 39 Studio building 
Roberts Geo. L. 34 School 
Robinson A. J. 32 Pemberton sq 



Starkweather Geo. C. 33 School, r. 14 
Ster>on John G., U. S. Court House 
STEVENS HENRY J. 19 Court 
Stevens Munroe, 81 Washington and 

Maverick square, E. B. 
Stevens Oliver, 1 9 Court 



Stone R. 



jr. 7 Court square 



j Storrow James J. ~io Exchange, r, 
I Story Isaac, 33 School, room 13 
j Sumner James. 34 School 
State 



Robinson Charles, jr. 22 Tremont row j Storey Charles W. 7 Court square 
Rogers H. M. 40 State 
Rogers Joseph P. 20 Court 
Rollins J. W. 89 Washington 
Ropes John C. 4 Pembenon sq. 
Ross Samuel J. 6 Tremont 
RUSS A. 15 Pemberton ?q. 
Russell Benjamin F. 68 Cornhill 
Ru-seli Charles, 23 Court 
Russell C. T. & T. II. 27 State 
Russell & Co. 41 
bureau) 



13 



i SUPER IE W. 
I Swan Wm. W. 46 Washington 
I SWEETSER ( Theodore IE) & 
GARDNER (Wm. S.) 27 Tremont 
! row 

I Svvett E.' N. 39 Old State House 
Kilby (divorce! Taylor Lawrence, 20 Scare 
Tee'e J. O- 7 Court square 



Rtttter Josiah, 7 Court square ! THAXTER DAVID, 13 Exchange 

Safford Nathaniel F. 27 State | THAYER JAMES B. ;27 Court 

Sanf'ord Joseph B. 33 School, room 21 : Thomas B. F. 31 Washington 



Sanger George P. 20 Court House 

Sargent H. B. 30 Court, 

Saunders Caleb, 42 Court 

Saunders Dmiel, jr. 42 Court 

SAWYER F. W. 20 Court 

Sawyer J. A. 42 Court 

Schouler James, oS School, room 12 

Scott A. E. 7 Court square 

Seudder Henry A. 13 Pemberton sq. Thorndike S. E. 2 Pemberton sq 



Thomas C. G. 20 Court 

Thomas J. B. F. 46 Court 

Thomas Seth J. 46 Court [House 

Thompson Eueian B., U. S. Court 

Thomson James D. 33 School, r. 1 

THORNDIKE CHAS. 4 Pemberton 

square 
Thorndike John L. 39 Court 



Searle Geo. W. 22 Sehi 
Sears Phflin II. 13 IV m 



lerton s 



Sedgwick A. C. 39 Court 
Sennott G o. 15 Seollay's building 
SE.WAEL SAM DEE E 46 Wash 



Thornton J. Wingate, 20 Court 
Tilton Warren, 46 Court 
Titus John W. 46 Court, room 10 
Tobey G. C. 10 State 
Tol ev Seth, 22 School 



t.Aikju* » r... CtllJLSOA, diuiiuftu liirvr <.n<i Dealer in Kl'K.VAt'KS 
RANGES, STOVES, «fcc, 09 *uid 101 lilncksioue St., Boston. 



LAWYERS — LEATHEft DEALERS. 



503 



I Wright Edwin, 42 Court 
j YVRIGHT ISAAC HULL. 52 Wash. 
! Wright James J. 18 Pemberton s«qu tre. 
room " [bchooi 

iW\m;in I. C. GO Niles block, 32 
Yo";iug Alex. 47 Court 



Todd Paul P. & Co. 17 State 
Tompson Samuel, 47 Court 
' Torre v Calvin, 46 School 
TOW'XK WILLI \M II. 52 Wash. 
Train Charles It. 7 Court square 
Treai|well J. P. 47 Court 
TUCKER P. E. 7 Court square 
Turner Oh trie.- W. 35 Court 
Tuttle Charles W. 32 Pemberton sq. J 

Tu x bur v Geo. W. 19 Court [square- Lead. (Pencil.) 

Tvmlaie Theodore II. 1*1 Pemberton l MORAVIAN BLACK LEAD CO. 
Upton E. A. 7 Court square Robert Webb, 1G Blackstone 

L r . S. Law Association, 22 School ' 

Van Duzee Ira D. 2;{ Court | Lead Encased Block Tin Pipe. 

Wadsworfch Alex. F, 9 R. R. Ex- BOSTON LEAD CO.. J. H. Chad- 



Leaching Apparatus. 
Emerv F. W. 191 Consrress 



change 
Wakefield Thomas L. 22 School 
Walcott Chas. F. 30 Court 
Walker Henry 42 Court 
Walker Henry W. 23 Court 
Walley W. P. 40 State 
Ward Samuel D. 33 School, room K 
Ware D. E. 16 Pemberton square 
Ware Geo. W. jr. 46 Court 
Warner A. E. 20 Court 
Warren G. Washington, 42 Court 
Warren W. F. 32 Pembertou sq. 
Warren William W. 32 Pemberton 

square 
Warren Winslow, jr. 35 Court 
Washburn A. C. 40 Stare 
Washburn Wm. R. P. 46 Wash. 
Way John M. 56 Washington 
Wellington Ambrose, 80 Wash. 
Wellington Asa, 81 Washington 
Wellington Hiram, 156 State 
Wells Samuel, 32 Pemberton sq. 
Wentworth A. B. 30 Court 
Wentworth S. II. 9 Joy's building 
Weston Thomas, jr. 46 Wash. 
Wheeler Charles, 30 Court 
Wheelwright A. C. 13 Mount Vernon 
White Georje. 5 Tremont 
WHITE GUILFORD, 22 School 
White Luther L. lt> Pemberton sq. 
Whiting & Russell, 35 Court 
Whitman J. II. 89 Court [squire 
Whitman Win. D. A. 17 Pemberton 
Whittemore & Payne, 33 School, r'm B 
Whittier R S. 3 4 S diool 
Wiggins John 11. 7 C»urfc square 
WILLARD JOSEPH, 3o School, 

room 8 
Will.rd Paul, 48 State 
WHlev *c Fitz, 20 Court [mont 

WILLIAMS MOSES, Jr. 5 Tre- 
Williamson W. C. 46 Court 
Wilson John T. 63 Court 
Wool 1). W. 36 Washington 
Woodbury & Ihs&Hsj 28 Sttte 
Woodum* Horatio, 25 ll. U. Ex. 
Wnodsitle Frmklin. 81 Washington 
WRIGHT CARROLL D. 33 School, 

rooms 23 and 26 (see page 829) 

BV'AM, 



wiek & Co. agents, 4 9 Broad (see 
page 696) 

j Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. 
| BOSTON BELTING CO. 57 Sum- 
mer (semi-elastic pipe, see front 
colored page) 
BOSTON LEAD CO., J. H. Chad- 
wick & Co. agents, 49 Broad and 
Swett, cor. Hampden (see <}'J<>) 
Lissbergef A. K. 145 and 14 7 North 

Leather Belting. 
(See oJ.sq Belting.} 
Ambrose J. S. 59 Hanover 
Cheever S. G. 25 Court and 7 Tre- 
mont 
CLARK A. N. & CO. 31 Devonshire 

(see page 807) 
| Demsey & Legrow, 48 Hanover 
I Guild Chester & Sons. 107 Milk 
(HOLMES & BLANCH AMD. 9 and 
| 11 Haverhill (see page 816) 
j Hunt, Twitcheli, & Co. 26 Devonshire 
! King & Adams, 22 Milk 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (sec inside 

ba<-k cove'*) 
| PAGE E. F. & CO. -16 Congress 

(see inside back cover) 
! PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. 13 Cen- 
: tral (patent combination, see page 
| 807) 

| WILSON J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 
Haverhill (see page 6b0) 

Leather Board. 
• Gnre Wat;-on, Jr. b'3 Congress 
' I1AYDEN W. B. & CO. 1 Peari St. 
i House 

Leather Dealers. 
(See Bonis and Shoes, aim Hid*.*.) 
| Adims A. II. & Co. 7 1 High 
[Adams, Lowe, & Newton, L'6 to 112 
j Congress 

I Ames R. W. & Sons, 85 Pearl, fac- 
tory 32 Ruigles (patent enamelled) 
j Armstrong Wm. & Co. 3D Merchants- 
i row 
, Atherton, Stetson, & Co. 3 t Pearl 



<AHi;ro.V, <t CO., Manufacturers of the Celt- t»ru<ed BYA9I 
PKICTXMX 31 ITCH, SW tu 1053 Friend Street, JJoston. 



504 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Leather Dealers — continued. 
Baron John & Co 1 10 Pearl (enamel) 
Banehor G, P. 06 Milk 



Hunt E. Soiir.hwick, 74 Pearl 
Ireson J. & Sons 8 Pearl 
James, Pope, & James, 88 High 
j Johnson D. & Co. 98 Milk- 
Baxter L. 7 Union Johnson E. S. & Co. 17 Pearl 
Bennett' F. 127 Congress [Congress Jones. Isaac U. 161 Pearl 
Billings Horace cV Son, 212 and 214 Jones J. M. & Co. 104 Pearl 



Bartholin* 



G. &. Co. 153 Con' 



Bishop C. J. & Co. 138 Pearl 

Blake, Higbee, & Co. 04 Pearl 

Bracket e Josiah & Co. 14 Elm 

Brooks Granville, 59 High 
Brooks & Young, 58 Pear! 
Brown & Caller, 142 Pearl 
Bryant & King, 150 Pearl 
Carl F. 100 Merrimac 
Child J. jr. 57 Higb (linings) 



Child \\m. C, Congress cor. Water 1 Lei 



I Kellogg W. J. & Co. 143 Pearl 
! Kennedy Chas. A. 6>; High 
! Knowlton G. P. tc Co. 02 High 
|Krebs A. 11 Friend 

Lane A. 61 Pearl 

Lear Peter, 5 Washington (chamois 
and druggists') 

Learovd A." P. (finisher), 36 High 

Leman Nathaniel 11. jr. 7 7 Kilby 



P. & Co. 2 Pearl St. House 



Childs N. R. 30 Pearl 

Clapp Benj. & Co. SO Pearl 

Clark Edward, 74 High 

Cobb I. B. 8 Bath 

COLBURN ISAAC & CO. 72 Milk 

(see page 657) 
Congdon Louis, 06 High 
Conn H. & Co. 00 High {Congress 
Corey, French, & Co. 223 and 225 
Cox & Nichols, 5 Liberty square 
Cummings E. & Co. 2 80 Congress 
Cummings J. jr. & Co. 93 Pearl 
Cummings J. O. 118 Pearl 
Davis Bros. & Co. 61 High 



j Lewis James & Co. 28 Pearl 
| Lincoln James L. 124 Cross 
i Lord Win. S. 180 Congress 
| LOW, HERSEY, & GARY, (crimp- 
ed) 170 Congress 
| MANSFIELD GEO. A. & CO. 85 
| F. II. square (see pn>2e 701) 
\ Marsh Bros. 69 Purchase 
Marsh Charles & Co. 6 7 Purchase 
| Maxwell J. 20 Pearl 
i McConnell & Gardner. 74 Hijjrb 
iMcKendry J. H. 105 Pearl 
! Merritt F. S. 05 Milk and 1 Pearl 
I Moore Perley D. & Co. 105 Congress 



Day, Wilcox, & Co. 60 and 62 High' Midler William jr. 87 Pearl 



High 



Dickerman & Robinson, 59 

Dow J. N. 30£ Pearl 

Downing Edward &. Co. 46 Pearl 

Dwyer & Barrett. 27 High 

Faxon E. & M. 120 Pearl 

Farwell H. B. & Co. 130 Pearl 

Fernald & Daniels, 94 High 

Flint E. S. 61 Water 

Flint 3. P. & Brother, 61 

Foley B. & A. 106 Congress 

Forness Edward, 86 Pearl 

Freeman James, 87 Kilby 

Filltner Geo. 175 and 177 Congress 

Gale Milton & Co. 258 Congress 

Gill Geo. 230 Albany 

Gooduow L. (sheepskins), 36 High 

Gove Geo. G. 166 Congress 

Gove Jacob. 7 7 Kilby 

Guild Chester & Son's, 107 Milk 

Guild, White, & Co. 104 Congress 

Had lev, Brooks, & Co. 55 Congress 

Hall Wm, H. 80 High 

Harrington ^: Cummings, 93 Pearl 

Hill & Brown, 4 and S Pearl 

Ho! brook E. T. 55 High 

Holmes Charles M. 183 Congress 

Homer & Wyvth. 76 and 78 High 

Hopkins G. J. 132 Pearl 

How Cahtn & Co. 61 Hanover 

Howe c\ WdleV, 43 Pearl 

Hubbard & Blake, 71 High 

Humphrey Albert, 20 Pearl 



Nash A. P. & Co. 23 and 25 Pearl 
|Newhall F. S. & Sons, 10 Elm and 

22 Brattle square 
| Nichols C. W. P. 105 Pearl 
! Nichols, Tavenor, & Co. 153 Pearl 
(Nichols & Dalton. 177 Congress 
! Norton & Dorr, 02 High 
[Water 1 Osborn F. jr. & Co. 100 Pearl 
and 63 Osborn John & Son, 188 and 190 
! Congress 

| Otis, Doyle, & Co. 86 High 
j PAGE E. F. & CO. 46 Congress (fac- 
! torv, see inside back cover) 

Payne & Garrity, 96 Milk 
i Paige C. E. jr. 13 Pearl 
i Perkins C C. 3 Pearl (sheepskins) 
■ IVvear & Co. 85 Milk 
! Plaisted Geo. 251 Congress 
j Pollard S. O. & Co. 63 Kilby 

Porter C. B. 169 ConsirewS 
i Pratt E. B. & Co. 73 High [gress 
\ Priest & Albree, 227 and 220 Con- 
' Qutrrn & Edwards, 109 & 111 Pearl 
; Uunl II. C. ec Co. 45 Merchants row 
1 RICE N. W. & CO. 191 Congress 
' Sawyer W. & E. 121 Pearl 

Schaver Bros. 43 Congress 
! Shaw', Tavlor, & Co. 80 and 82 Pearl 

Shepard A. N. & Co. 135 Pearl 
i Sherman A. II. agt, 74 High (ralfek's) 
1 Skinner James & Co. 87 Kilby 
| Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange 



GAROVRU CHILSOX, Manufacturer and Dealer In Pl'BNACESi 
KASGES, STOVES, &c, 99 ami 101 Biack.sione bt., Boston* 



LEATHER DEALERS — LIQUID FUEL. 



>05 



Snow Sinieon & Co. 5 7 High 

Siackpole R. M. 93 Pearl 

Hiprnfi'liI A. & Bros. U3 Pearl 

Stim|>sou J, C, Congress, c. Water 

Suinner Jabez, 105 Pearl 

Swaacv K. R. & Co. 13.5 Congress 

Swi'rt'3ta*eph & Co. 26 X. Market; 

Thompson & Faunee, 137 Summer 

Tidd Win. & Co. 12 Pearl 

Tripp Frank, 70 Milk & 75 Congress 

Turner L. A. 70 Congress 

Tuttle Win. 53 High 

Underbill 0. JI. 66 ILgn (coram.) 

Viall John, 145 Pearl 

Waitt A. 71 Kiiby & 8 Bath (morro.) 

Wales George. W. 153 Congress 

Webster & Co. 8*5 Milk 

Weld John, 49^ Kneeland 

Weseott Stephen & Son, 47 High 

West &Va!ois. 102 Union 

WHALL & MANSFIELD, 2 Pearl 

(calfskins) 
Wheeler & Ciaflin, 83 Poarl 
White A. L. & Co. 171 Congress 
Williams Seth, 127 Congress 
Winn, Eaton, & Co. 71 Kilby and 8 

Bath 
Winslow Bros. 177 Gcmg. (sheepskins) 

Leather Goods IManuf. 
Spencer John, 40 Hanover, room 42 

Leather Splitting Knives. 
11YERSON E. & SON, Kemble, n. 

Hampden (see page 834) 
Libraries. 
American Academy of Arts and Sci- 
ences, at Athenaeum, Beacon 
Athenzeum. Beacon, near Bowdoin 
Boston Library, 20 Essex 
Boston Society of Natural History. 

Berkley, cor. Bovlsfon 
City Library, Boylston street (fret 1 ) 
Congregational Library Association, 

40 Winter 
Genealogical Society, 13 Bromfield 
General Theological, 12 West, cor. 

Wasliington 
Law Library, Court House 
Lindsev G.-o. W. 1031 Wash. 
Boring's Select Library, 319 Wash. 
Mas-'. Historical Society, 30 Tremont 
Mass. llorricultural Society, Tremont, 

corner Bromfield 
Mass. N^w Church Free Library and 

Reading Room, 25 Bromfield 
Mechanic Apprentices', 26 West 
M...-d;,-ah 12 Temple place 
Mercantile, 32 Summer 
Roxbury Atherueum, 27 Guild row 
Siimner. 6 WinHtrop block. E.B. 
Walker** (circulating), 3 West 
Winkley & Boyd's Central. 662 Wash. 
l.oung Men's Christian Association, 

Tremont Temple 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE 
*«m office, 17J Washington Streetj 



Lightning Rods. 
Orcutt W. A. 65 Cornhill 

Limo a ad Sand. 

Bolton J. W. 52 l Commercial 
; Brigliam & Piper, 230 Federal 
jCLAFLIX & WELLINGTON, 20 
Doane and 240 Federal 

J Cook, Jordan, & Morse, 1191 Wash. 

and Albany, foot of Maiden 
! Davis J. A. 4 14 Federal 

Hayes Martin, :< Berkeley 

Hobbs J. S. & Co. 14 Commercial 
I Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
I Ingraham David H. 91 Broad' 
I Kent & Co. 101 Fulton 

McAbee N. S. & Co. 52 First 
J Missisquoi Lime Co. 9 Central, E. H. 
j Wade, treas. 
I Roby 1). & Co. 280 Causewav 

SHEPARD II. S. & CHESTER, 
Svvett, foot Northampton and 10 
Devonshire (see paste 825) 
I Wade E. H. 9 Centra! 
JWINGATE & FIELD, 198 Broad 
1 (see -page 69.3) 
I Young C. & Co. 9 7 State & 445 Com'l 

Linens, Dundee Goods, &c. 

Jewing, wise, & fuller, 9& 

j Summer 

| GUISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 Dev 
onshire 

| Kelly Thomas & Co. 14 Otis 

j Lowry Maxwell is. Co. (wholesale) 
101 Devonshire 

[Mackintire, La'wrie, & Co. (whole- 
sale) 17b Devonshire 
Palmer, Jacobs, & Co. 230 Wash. 

, Rogers G or ham, 61 Kiiby (wholesale) 

j Sanfbrd Geo. W. & Co." (linens), 254 
"Washington 

i Sprague Francis & Co. 11 Central 
(wholesale) 

| Tappan J. II. A. 87 Milk (wholesale) 

| Wheelwright, Pippey, & Co. 89 Sum- 

j mer (wholesale) 

j Wyman & Arkley, 59 is; 61 Summer 

Linos and Twines. 

Hall Manuf. Co. 165 Pearl 
j HOLMES D. W. & CO. 7 Liberty sq. 
I Roberts 11. B. 13 Arch 
! Ross, Pearce, & Co. 60 Milk 
I Sampson Edwin H. 19 Exchange 
j Wilson Frank, Wordsworth, n. Sara- 
| toga, E.B. 

; Liquid Ammonia Manuf. 

[PORTER, CROSS. & MESSEU, 

110 Milk (see page 690) 

Liquid Fuel. 

The Liquid Fuel Co. 127 State 

INS. CO. of Sprlngncid, Mass. Ro*- 
JOHX BUMSTEAD, General Agent. 



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Liquors, Wines, &c. | Snow T. & Son, 38 F. If;tll sq. 

State CommUshner for N. Hampshire. \ Stevenson J. L. 2 Faneuil II.nl sn. 

Thompson & LTr lt^y, 158 & 160 Com- 



LAUTEN ALBERT F. 22 Custom 



Ilou^e at- (see page 6 7 7) 
Wholesale. 
Adams Luther, 126 Lincoln 
Andrews E. J. 25 Congress 
Barnes, Davis, & Co. 82 Water 
Barrett Charles B. 45 North Market 
Boyden k Co. 43 India 
Brintn ill Norman Y. 138 Commercial! Ahearn D. 16 Third 



merciai 

Tracey John & Co. 85 Broad 
Waters C. & W. A. 55 * 57 Bl'kstone 
Wesolowski M. k Co. 125 Broad 
Williams J. D. k M. 185 & 187 Stat« 

Retail. 
I Ackland Thomas, 4 India wharf 



[Blarkstf 



613 Washington (see page 681) 
Duncklee Joseph, 19 India wharf 
Dyer S. N. jr. 17 Central wharf 
Ford J. 156 and 158 Federal 
Foster & Taylor, 115 Broad 
French T. & W. B. 26 Exchange 
GIBSON JOHN'S SON & CO. 

Broad (see pa-e 824) 



BROWN & HAYES, 97 Broad (see j Andrews Chas, W. 99 Union and 170 

page 824) I Anthony F. Mrs. 422A Commercial 

BURBAXK J. k CO. 6 India j Archambeau P. 320 Federal 

Cannv P. ill to 419 Hanover j Armstrong II., Cha'stown. e. Medford 

CARON A. ROYER, 11 City Hall Atkins H.& Co. 37 & 38 S. Market 

avenue (French wines, see p. 703) j Austin & Westcott 94 Portland 
CARRDTH 1). J. CI and 63 Black- Baehareh M. B. 93 Pleasant 

stone (see page 677) Bachelder George, 181 North 

Clapp George P. 3 Cambridge I Balte Thomas, 115 Fourth 

Cole M J. & Co. 37 India and 191 Banchor John F. 125 Broad 

Blackstone Bannon Thos. A. 581 Harrison ave. 

Cooley Daniel, 38 Central wharf Barry Patrick, 702' Federal 

Devereaux & Meserve, 62 Broad \ Barton Jabez W. 41 Congress 

DUNBAR T. L k CO. 70 Broad and j Battis John, 50 Richmond 

Bellows & Harding, 31 N. Market 
Benson James, 112 Cambridge 
Bent J. 127 North 
Bess Anthony, 53 Hampden 
Bkikford 1. it. 65 Clinton 
| Bixby W. & Co. 116 Blackstone 
97 j Black Edward, 2 Williams court 
j Blamev Richard T., Granite 
HOUGHTON, BRINK, & CO. 100 Blanc Ferdinand A. 4 Winter place 

and 102 Broad (Bordeaux and Burgundy wines) 

Keeler C. P. 153 Blackstone Blanchard R. 146 Fulton 

LAUTEN A. F. 22 Custom House | Boardman E. A. 2 P. O. ave. 

st. (see page 677) Bogue Hugh, 59 Kingston 

Manahan, Scott, k Co. 106 & 108 Br il | Boles Jerome, I Winter pi. 
Maxwell E. H. 18 India, wharf | Boles & Bro. 127 Charlestown 

MILLS I). T. k CO. 13 Central whf. j Boyle Patrick, 6 Wharf 

(French & Cologne spirits) j Boynton & Keegau. 34 Federal 

Moore C. C. <x Co. 60 Broad j Brackett James, 283 Meridian 

Otis Wm. C. 100 State ! Bradford R. 13. 55 Elm 

Paige E. k Co. 43 and 44 N. Market! Brady Thomas F. 603 Harrison ave. 
PECK A. M. 58 Broad j Brett John, 4 35. Hanover 

Pecker Seth E. &. Co. 39 Commerc'l j Brewster Wilbur F. 96 Kneeland 
Perkins, Stern, & Co. 108 Tremont ! Brintnall Norman Y. 138 Commerc'l 

(California wines) i Brock II. 105 Court 

PERKINS & SANDERSON, 96 &|Brophy Thomas, 324 and 326 North 

98 Broad. . Brothers Joshua, 24 Pleasant 

Pierre George B. & Co. 42 Central j Brown H. O. 12 State 
POTTER & FOSTER, 88 and 90 Brown Jeremiah, 106 Lincolm 

Kneeland, and 5li and 55 Utica (see I Brown Rodney, 118 Lincoln 

page 683) Brownrigsr John, 312 Commercial 

PRESTON JOHN, 162 State (hour- j BURBANK J. & CO. 6 India 

bon whiskey) i Barge Jos. 471 Commercial 

Richards ('. A. & Co. 99 Wash. | Burgess, Faxon, & Co. 165 Summer 

Richards Isaiah D. & Sons 87 State ! Burke James, 124 Beach 



Rojbinson T. W. & Bra 9 Lindall 

Sherman Bros. & Co. 234 State 
Smith J. D. 55 and 5 7 Merritnac 
Smith Ralph k Co. 20 Exchange 



Burlev Charles, 15:5 Dover 
Buswell William K. 1568 Wash. 
Cahill John & Co. 156 Blackstone 
Cain William & Co. 130 Lincoln 



' 



tJARDM'lil CHIX.SOX, Ma.nnfactu.rer knd Druler in FURNACES, 
RANGES, STOVES, Ac, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



LIQC0R9. 



507 



Caldwell II. F. 120 Essex 
Campbell F. 816 Federal 
Campbell H. 12 Fleet 
Campbell John, 237 Hanover 
Campbell T. & P. 90 A 



\ amj 



,bell & Gardner, 1 South M« 



[ket 



Cannon Austin, 106 Endiuott 

C:;ii'iv P. -ill to 419 Hanover 
Carney & Co. 112 Kneeland and 118 

Lincoln and 307 Federal 
Carr CJ. W. 123 Haverhill 
CARRUTH D.J. 61 Blaekstone (see 

pa^e 67 7) 
Carter L. 3o Province 
Casey John, 24 Traverse 
Casey William* 164 North 
Cassidy John E. 11 Central wharf 
Cavanaugh P. 124 Kneeland 
Challis Geo. H. 68 Havre 
Chandler B. 3 7 Ferrv 
Chase A. C. 115 Haverhill 
Chisholm P. H. 496 Commercial 
Clapp George P. 3 Cambridge 
Clark Lewis, 130 Leverett 
Clark M. C. 132 Leverett 
Clark M. E. 55 Temple place 
Clark Samuel, 148 Commercial 
Clayton Geo. A. 229 Xorth 
Cleverley F. 65 Kingston 
Cochran S. Q. 30 Congress 
Cogan Patrick, 3 India wharf 
Cole W. J. & Co. 3 7 India and 191 

Blaekstone 
Collet Mary, 109 Eliot 
Collins J. & Co. 133 Beach 
Collins P. 9 Fleet 
Conlon John & Co. 134 Lincoln 
Conant C. P. 177 Wash. 
Condon E. 508 Second 
Connelly M. 82 Chapman 
Connolly M. 11 Eastis 
Connor Jamie.*, 76 7 Federal 
Cook James A. 126 Sumner, E. B, 
Cooley Daniel, 38 Central wharf 
Coughlin M. 100 Kneeland 
Coughlin Thorn is, 587 Harrison ave. 
Courtney Daniel J. 12 Beach 
Crosby J. jr. 134 Commercial 
Crosby William, 98 Water 
Crotty A. 279 North 
Culien John. 190 North 
Oummings. Quasi. D. lo6 7 Wash. 
Cuniff Barnard, 116 Hampden 
Cunningham M. A. 112 Northampton 
Cunningham Win. 141 Shawmut ave. 
Uakih Chas. M,, Sumner, cor. Border 
Daley Dennis, 323 Federal 
Daley John, 7 South 
Daley John C, 345 Federal 
Daley & M.-Uue, 287 Federal 
Paly ili.-hanl.52S Wash. 
Diiwnporc ('his. L. 159 Friend 
Davis H. W. & Co 107 Haverhill 
Uavis ,j. T. vV Co. 27 X. Market 



I Davis Thomas, 241 Commercial 
J Decelle M. 82 Chapman 
I Desmond II. M. 146 Purchase 
Devine C. 106 Northampton 
Devine James, 162 Fourth 
Dexter A. J. 294 Federal 
Dobbins Wm. G. 5 Sewall place 
Dodge J. T. 555 Second 
DOHERTY U. & CO. 73 Endicott 

and 319 North 
Doherty M. & Co. 132 Kneeland 
Doherty Philip, 74 Emlicott 
Doherty Thomas. 118 Prince 
Dolan John, 7 7 Haverhill 
Dole A. S. 22 Elm 
Donahoe M. E. 22 Lancaster 
Donegan John, 231 Federal 
Donovan J. 253 Federal 
Donovan M. H. 180 Harrison ave. 
Dowling Jaines, 375 Hanover 
Downs Edward P. 58 Long wharf 
Doyle Peter, 4 98 Harrison ave. 
Drew J. A. 108 Eliot 
Drinan James, 298 North 
Driscoll A. F. 355 North 
Driscoll Dennis, 74 \V. Dedham 
Driscoll M. J. 4 India wharf and 53 

Lontr wharf 
Driscoll Thomas, 55 Eastern ave. 
Duffy Owen, 5 North sq. 
DUNBAR T.J. & CO. 70 Broad and 

613 Washington (see page 681) 
Edwards E. S. 121 Dover 
Ertnis J. 50 Yeoman 
Eimis Jas. 78 Eliot 
Eifwright P. 37 North sq. 
Fallon James O. 390 Commercial 
Farrell P. 563 Harrison avenue 
Fav Thomas J. 464 Federal 
Felton J. & Son, 24 City wharf 
Fenkens Jacob, 252 Summer 
Fern O. L. 161 Blaekstone 
Fernald John C. 27 Boyiston 
Fineran Thos., Warren, cor. Taber 
Finnertv James, 1052 Tremont 
FITZGERALD JAMES, 310 North 
Fitzpatrick Thos. 29 Hi-h 
Fitzsimmons P. 65 E nerson 
Flagg I). F. & Co. 165 Blaekstone 
Flagg & Favor, 146 Cambridge 
Flanagan John, 412 Commercial 
Flynn Daniel F. 255 Broad 
FIvnn James, 132 Kneeland 
Flynn J. J. & Co. 118 and 120 Broad 
Fogg A. J. & W. C. 2o0 Washington m 
Foley Dennis 322 Federal 
Foley James M. 75 Kingston 
Ford" J. 156 and 158 Federal 
i Fortress C. F. 7 7 Richmond 
! Foss H. II. 7\ Bowdoin sq. 
J Foster W. H. 35 Tremont, 
, Francis John, 264 North 
: French T. ,S: W. B. 26 Exchange 
i Furlons Chas. 6c Co. 48 Brattle' 



Hi'A>i t CARI/iO\, «fc CO., Manufacturers of tlie Celebrated DVAM 
FIllCTIOA HATCH, 9.J to 10:1 Friend Street, Kmituu. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Liuuorn, Wines. Scc^ — continued. 
Garvey Peter, 258 Summer 
Garvey Peter A. 20 Elm 
Gassett Charjea R. 157 Blackstone 

Gassett L. 1 N. Market 
Gavin Mary A. Mrs. 138 Merrimac 
Gethins James F. 5 Province et. 
Gibson James, 64 Commercial 
Gill J. F. 260 Commercial 
Gillespie P. J. 74 B 
Glancy John 21 Cross 
Gleason Mary Mrs. 242 Federal 
Glines J. W. 43 and 44 N. Market 
Going George, S3 Causeway 
Goodwin J. H. 161 Congress 
Gorritv Michael, 401 Hanover 



Kiley T. 210 North 
Kiley Thomas, 162 Beach 

Kimball Benj. A. 2J Chapman 
I Knight & Co. 168 Commercial 
Lally J. P. 561 Harrison ave. 
| Lambert M. 305 North 
j Langevin Frank, 14 Portland 
! Lans G. A., Lewis, cor. Fulton 
j Law rey i\ 1 7 7 Dover 
• Lee Hugh, 54 West Dedham 
: Lee James, 165 North 
j Leen Michael. 150 Merrimac 
i Leonard C. 500 Commercial 
j Leonard M. H. 338 Commercial 
j Loffey P. 503 Commercial [Dover 
J Logan Patrick F., Harrison ave. i-or. 



GRAY I). L., Marginal, near Orleans ! Louuder John, 44 Border 



Griflin James, 10 Kneeland 
Haeberle Peter & Co. 7 Brimmer pi. 
Hagerty D. W. 67 Prince 
Ilaliahan J. 36 Federal 
Hallet Wm. 130 Purchase 
Haloran Timothy J. 120 Purchase 
Haney P. 260 Fourth 
Hanev T. 739 Federal 



[P-irk 



! Lynch Martin, Albany, cor. Union 

! Lynch Peter, 37 South Margin 

j Lyon Timothy, 285 Federal 

I Lyons Jeremiah, 57 and 56 India whf. 

j Lyons M. 164 Merrimac 

j Maguire John, 22 Howard 
Mahan Patrick J. 244 Federal 
Maher & Casey, 118 Kneeland 



Hanley Christopher T. 155 Broadway Mahoney J. 293 North 



Ilauley P. T. 15 Devonshire 
Harding O. S. 54 Brattle 
Hardman F. 1925 Washington 
Hart C. 296 North 
Hasekine W. H. 10 Alden 
Hawkes C. W. 1:56 Commercial 
HaynesA. G. G. 157 Harrison ave. 
Ilaynes C. Mrs. 414 Tremont 
Hincke J. 25 Boylston , 

Hinselmann C. 1 7^ School 
Holland Hannah, 602 Harrison ave. 
Holmes C. R. 203 Portland 
Houghton Gbas. 163 North 
Howard Ann, 615 Hirrison ave. 
Howard John, 400 Broadway 
Huhner Ciias. 299 North 
Hacking Hunt, & Co. 36 N. Market 
Hughes E. 59 £ istern ave. 
Humphries Geo. H. 5 Ch-clwiek 
Hurley Mary. 139 North 
Hynes Thomas, 29 7 Federal 
litgiis Thomas, 31 Tremont 
Jacobs Ceo. O. 31 Howard 
Jarvis Wm. J. 124 Purchase 
Jones W. H. & Co. 371 Commercial, 

24 State and 3 Bowdoin square 
Jordan <S: Ames, 12 Broad 
Joyce Joseph, 256 Friend 
•Kane E. 35 Cross 
Keeler C P. i.53 Blackstone 
Keeiey P. 9 Yeoman 
Keenau J. 307 North 
Keenan M. 290 North 
Kelley E. 1201 Tremont 
Kelmann W. W. 70 Portland 

Kelsh , 192 Broadway 

Kenuey John A. 16 Howard 
Kennev Xeal. 95 Charlestown 



Al- 



j Mahoney Lawrence, 61 South 
j M alone Edward, 293 Commercial 
! Manning James, Harvard, cor. 

bany 
Marsh' William H. 302 Commercial 
I Martin & Davis, 170 State and 2 Com- 
mercial 
Martin M. Third, near K 
Mathews W. S. 103 Causeway 
MeArdle M. 354 Commercial 
McCarthy Daniel, 135 Kneeland and 

166 Blackstone 
j McCarthy Jeremiah 484 Commercial 
McCarthy Michael. 160 Blackstone 
IMcCartv J- J. 386 Second 
jMeCARTY OWEN, Jr., Border, c. 

Maverick, E. B. 
IMcCartv Owen, 376 North 
MeCa.tiley M. 174 North 
| McClusky James, 70 Essex 
McCormick James, 25 Albany 
| McCormick John & Thomas, 20 Fleet 
i McCormick & Mullouev, 205 Coral. 
JMcCue Robert, 291 Federal 
| McDonald & Bro. 56 Long wharf 
i McDonald James. 84 Fourth 
| MeDononirh Michael. 10 Lewis, E. B- 
McGAFFlGAN GEO. 431 Hanover 
IMeGargle Hugh, 223 Xorrl. 
j MeGarty James, 16!)]- Blackstone and 

1*212 Tremont 
; McGoe James, 20 Travers 
! Mc(;inlcv James. 156 Sixth 
MeGonigle Elusrh, 193 North 
McGookih J. E. Jr. 4 Franklin place 
McGradv J- H. 144 Broad 
: Mdvenl-'v & Reynolds, 1 :*» Court 
i McLaitiihYm John, 462 Hanover 



iiARJ»\F.!i CIIU.SOX. Manufacturer nnsl Dealer in FURNACES, 
UA.VGES. STOVES, &e., 9'J and 1U1 Jllackstone St., Boston. 



LIQUORS; WINES, ETC. 



509 



McMahan J. 155 Federal 
M Neil Francia, 361 Hanover 
McSI»au<j Patrick, 54 Endicott ■ 
Murritt 0. C. 87 Richmond 

Miller John, 189 Hanover 
Moore E. 159 Beach 
Moore George, 17 North square 
Moore Robert, 61 Endicott 
Moorliead J. C. 61)7 Fourth 
Muilane P. 184 Federal 
Mullen A. 47 2 Tremont 
Mullen M. 606 Federal 
Mullin Coltcau, 643 Harrison ave. 
Murphy J. M. 70 W. Dedham 
Murphy John, I, cor. Second 
Murphy Patrick, 395 Second 
Murphy T. 100 Cross 
Murphy T. V. 71 Emerson 
Murray James, 14-3 Dudley 
Murray James, 80 Canal 
Murray Owen W. 106 Kneeland 
Nagle G. Ill Haverhill 
Nagle John, 233 Federal 
Nauer Jacob, 1088 'Fremont 
Nelson Wm. & Co. 391 Hanover 
Nevil James, 240 North 
Nichols Wm. 3 Central sq. 
Nicholson II. 162 Commercial 
Nicoline G. 12 Ferry 
Nolan Bridget 310 Federal 
Noli Henry, 321 North 
Noon an E. 300 Com I. 
Norton John, 1738 Wash. 
Norton Thos. 7 Hampden 
O'Brien M. 112 Warrentou 
O'Bryan D. 66 Broad way 
O'ConneU J as. 470 Hanover 
O'Couuell J. 273 Federal 
O'Connor M. 253 Commercial 
O'Connor Patrick, 112 Kneeland 
O'Donneil F. 72 Endicott 
Oliver George W. 45 Congress 
O'Mailey Patrick, 132 Essex 
Omond R. 190 Commercial 
O'Neil & Co. 57 Lincoln 
Barker G. C. 61 Northampton 
Batten James & Co. 35 Fulton 
Pettiugill C. R. 42 Fleet 
Bhilbrirk J. 92 Kneeland 
Phiibrick & Tucker, 103 Biackstone 
Bhinney J. II. 254 Coml. 
Pitman' Curtis, 154 Federal 
Bond Win. A. 22 Province 
Porter L. W. 186 Tremont 



I Randall J. N. & Co. 31 Central 

: Reagan M. 27 Albany 

1 Reardon M. 117 Haverhill 

| Richards C A. k Co. 99 Washington 

: Richardson O. 11 Blaekatone 

■ Ring John. 225 Federal 

i Robbins Daniel, 2 1 and 25 Brattle sq. 

| Robbins & Howard. 6 India 

j Roberts John, 136 Kneeland 

j Robinson J. W. 212 Coml. 
Rock P. E. 225 Hanover 

j Rock & Campbell, 126 Kneeland 

| Rodden Daniel, 283 and 285 Cause- 
way 

j Rodden Hugh, 282 Causeway 

1 Rogers Thomas, 281 North 

| Rogers William, 8 Williams court 

! Rowell H. V. 208 Friend 

j Ryan Daniel, 655 Harrison avenue 

: Ryan J., Federal, cor. First 

j Ryan James, 670 Wash. 

I Ryan J. A. 52 Pitts 

j Ryan M. 450 and 668 Federal 

I Ryder & Rowell, 66 Sudbury 

j Sanborn A. H. & Co. 6 Chardon 

j Sanders Joseph, 158 Broad 

j Sanders J. B. 338 North 

j SANDSTEDT N. P. 261 Coml. 

j Sargent C. 95 Union and 166 Black- 

j stone 

j Sawtell J. C. 121 Cambridge. 

! Scannell .Daniel, 236 Commercial 

I Scanned L. 53 Emerson 

' Shea Richard, 87 Maverick 
Shea James, 66 South 
Shea James I). & John, 26 Eliot 
Shells Wm. 418 Commercial 

i Sherman & Co. 31 Central 

I Simonds James, 8 Travel's 

! Skelly Christopher, 266 Friend 

j Slocum G. W. 46 Richmond 

! Smith F. L. 26 .Maverick sq. E. B. 

| Smith J. S. 146 North 

i Smith T. L. 61 Clinton 

j Smith & Hastings. 13 Boylston 

| Speidel Leopold, Water, cor. Wash. 

i Snence John, 317 Hanover 

j Steele Erank, 190 North 

i Stevenson .1. L. 2 F. II. square 

; Stowed & Co. 30 Sudbury 

| Stuart C 218 Friend 

! Sullivan Barry, 114 Broad 

i Sullivan D. 386 Commercial 



Sullivan E. 4 Lewis 



POTTER & FOSTER. 8s and 90 j Sullivan P. 53 So. Margin 
Kneeland and 53 and 55 Utiea (see Sullivan. Timothy, 254 Broad 
page 683) Taff Thomas, 157 Blackstone 

Prescott Wm, jr. 67 Eastern avenue Tanck Geo. W. 1718 Washington 

PRESTON JOHN, 162 State (hour- Teeven dames. 96 Church 
bon whiskey) 

PRIOR p. fc SON, Chelsea, cor. 
Cambridge 

Quk-k Augustus S. 45 Sudbury 

Ra«oux Wra. P. 222 State 



Thompson John P. 1 Bennington 
Thompson & Ulley, 158 ,v 160 Com*). 
Thomson D. *Sc Co. l'6 Elm 
'Todd J. G. 172 Broad 
Towle & Seavy, 21 Congress 



>1AS>.HHISETT!> MUTUAL L.UPK, IXS. < '*>. of Springfield. .Huss. Bo«- 
t<»u office, 173 Wasliiu&tou Street; JOI1A BUM8TJKA..D, General Agcm. 



510 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Liquors, Wines, $*c, — continued. 
Trainer \Vm. jr. Dover cor. Wash. 
Travers Patrick. 72 Lincoln 
Travis John, iO South 
Triekey .J. B. 84 Charlestown 
Tucker Thomas, 38 Charlestown 
Turner Samuel, 119 Haver!. ill 
UNDERHILL L. M. & CO. 1 Bow- 

doin square [sea 

WAINWRIGHT BENJ. 461 Chel- 
Waldron B. F. 180 Commercial 
Wales A. P. & Co. 34 Elm 
Walker A. W. 6 Cross 
Walker Henry A. 191G Washington 
Walker J. T."24 Salem 
Wall James, 160 Cabot 
WALSH J. 17 am! 18 Charlestown 
Walsh Michael, 174 Blaekstone 



Lobster Dealers. 
Cooley Cha*. E., C ramie's bridge 
Coo'ey L, Craigie's bridge 
■t Johnson & Young. Warren bridge 
j Mansion John 6c Co. 1 Lewis wharf 
; Weeks J. S. & Co. foot People's Ferry 
avenue 

Lock Manufacturers. 
j Bran ford Lock Works, B. Callender 

& Co., a«rente, S2 Federal 
j Bugbee & Hollis. 34 Merchants row 
j Chase & Kershaw, LI &13 Green 
| Extension Key 6c Lock Co., Jas. K. 

Bugbee, supt., 43 Wareham 
j Holt John, 33 Sudbury (trunk) 
[LOTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 

Exchange (see page 663) 



Waters C. & VV. A. 55 and 57 Black- { McPherson E. M. 29 Kilby (bank & 

| safe) [139 Federal 

i Nashua Lock Co., C. B. Hill, treas., 

! Robinson E. & Co. 4 Washington 

| Robinson G. W". & Co. 48 Richmond 

(ship) 

Squaires C. 18 State (bank and safe) 

Tremont Safe and Machine Co. 32 

School (bank and safe) 

Diekerman & 



stone 
Watkins Charles E. 56 Sumner 
Watson Patrick, 57 Hampden 
Weir Thomas, 468 Commercial 
Welch & Co. 45 Charlestown 
Welch Mary, I, corner Second 
Weld A. H. 6 North Market 
Wentzky Robert. 29 7 North 
White Joint. 110 Kneeland, 311 Fed- 
eral, ami 141 Albany 
Wholev Daniel, 239 Hanover 
Wilbur O. H. 24 Central square 
Wilder G. G. 23 Haverhill 
Wilkinson R. F. 169| Blaekstone 
Williams T. P. 185 Blaekstone 
Wilson Charles, 402 Commercial 
Winn F. J. 820 Federal 
Wiuslow C. D. 4 Merchants row 
Withington & Pierce, 38 South 
Woods John, 88 Portland 
Woods Joseph, 556 Second 
Worcester Albeit \V. 5 Green 
Worm woo 1 Thomas, 44 Long wharf 
Wright F E. 1 7 North Market 
Wyman II. Win. 29 Devonshire 
Young J. F. & Co. 96 Union 
Lithographers. 
Carter F. N. 3 Federal 
Crosby Chas. II. 13 and 46 Water 
Forbes W. II. 6c Co. 159 Washington 
Maver Julius 6c Co. 4 State 
Meisel Augustas, 6 7 Federal and 89 

Franklin 
Moore E. N. & Co. 9 Water 



Murrav. Freeman. 6c Co. 8 Bi 



eld 



New England Lithographic Steam 

Printing Co. 34 Chauney 
Prang L..-& Co. 2182 Washington 
Snarp William C. 251 Washington 
Simons George W. 12 School 
T ROC II S L E R. A. & CO. 1 1 6 Wash 

(see page 827) 

Lithographic Presses and 
Materials. 
HOE II. & CO. 41 Foundry 



U. S. Lock Co., C. C 
Co. 81 Washington 



Locks and Knob3. 
LOTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (manuf., see page 6G3) 

Locksmiths, &c. 
Beekford E. S. 5 Beach 
Bradlee C. L. 83 Sudbury 
Brady James, 23 Water 
Burleigh F. G. 28 Pleasant 
Coffin G. S. 6 Friend 
Francis A. J. 16 Chapman place 
Oilman Win. E. 32 Sudbury 
Hall Win. & Co. 27 Dock square 
Harrity John, 35 Charlestown 
Harrod B. C. 753 Washington 
Heguer Joseph T 10 Franklin ave. 
Hill 6c Noyes, 32 Devonshire 
James Geo. E. 199 Sumner, E. B. 
| LOTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 Ex- 
change (see page 6 ! '>3) 
I Lvon Matthew, 161 Sumner. E. B. 
• Mellen W. J. 33 Water 
j Merrill Lemuel, 23 Water 
' Phelps Charles, 725 Washington 
Pi.-kibrd 6c Mollis, 6 Washington 
j Pratt Henry, 67 Dudley 
i Rose J. H. jr. 106 Court 
1 Rr.se J. W. 212 Fourth 
j Howe A. E. 6c Co. 5 Washington 
I Smith Charles H. 65 Eliot 
i Solbery C. G. 20} Exchange 
! Stearns Amos O. 52 Prattle 
! Thaxter J. R. 4 Harrison avenue 
| Tret'ry Geo. W. 1 Warren avenue 
jTuckerman G. W. 97 Sottfh 



QARONER C'TI tLM)\, 
RAAGES, STOVKSj 



Hanufacturer and l>ealer i» FURNACES, 

&c, 90 and 101 Blaekstone St., Boston. 



LOCKSMITHS LUMBER. 



511 



Wheaton M. 88 Cambridge { Lozenge Manufacturers. 

WiNrutt & Thaxter, 526 Washington ! Boyd & Co. 4 Charlestown 
Woodward James, 6 Prentiss Chase & Co. ill Congress 

Locomotives. Choate II. A. under Revere House 

BOSTON FORCE CO., Maverick 

E. IL (frames, see page 698) 
Boston Machine Co., First, c. Granite 



Lumber. 



Bates Chauncy & Co., First, between 

E& F 
j BEARSE OWEN & Co. 250 Federal 
I Blair & Proctor, 433 Harrison ave. 
! Bond Thomas, 92 Utiea 
! Clark Bros. 6c Co. (hardwood lumber) 
Granite st. Boston wharf 
Looking-Glasses and Picture \ Clark & Leatherbee* Lehigh, opposite 
Frame Manufs. j Way; and Albany, opposite Ded- 

BARDWELL AND McELWAIN, ham 

Border, near Central square (see ! Clifton J. Q. A., Maverick wharf, E. 
page 807) | B. and 34 Doane [Park 

Curtis George, Albany, c. E. Chester 
Curtis William, 26 Eustis 
Draper A. & G. 300 Harrison ave. 
Drew E. C. 29 City Exchange (com- 
mission) 
Durham 6c Fogg, Northampton, opp. 

Fellows, and 1 7 Batterymarch 
Emery Hiram, 27 Doane 



ilinkley & Williams Works, 552 

Harrison avenue 

Locomotive Tires. 
ABBOTT & HOWARD, 11 Oliver 

(see front colored page) 



Blanchanl John O. 19 Harvard pi. 
Bragg H. H. 21 and 25 Portland 
Brewster Wm. A. 63 Eastern ave. 
Brooks W. P. B. 120 Biaekstone 
Burgess E. B. 99 Court 
Cabot Joseph F. & Bro. 89 Sudbury 
Guilds A. A. & Co. 127 Tremont 
Conant Albert & Co. 12 Marshal 



DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, l Flint & Hall, 6 Central 



113 Washington (see page 829) 

Dunham I. P. 87 Cau>evvay 

Godfrey E J. 42 Kingston 

Grav J. J. 7 Province et. 

Haskell & Allen, 14 Hanover 

IIENDRICKSON, DOLL, & RICH- 
ARDS, 28 Summer (see page 679) 

Howaith, Pierce, & Co. 256 Wash. 

Lawrence, Wilde, & Hull, 42 to 48 
Corn hill 



Foster, Svvazey, & Co. 15 Doane 
Furber & Bailey, 90 Lehigh 
Goodnow Joseph, 29-1 Causeway 
Haniai Chas H. 242 Albany 
Hawes William, 300 Commercial 
Hayes Martin & Co. 3 Berkeley 
Holt S. A. 40 Canal & 133 Friend 

(hard) 
Hopkins Franklin jr. 9 Merchants row 
Huckins P. S. S; J. B., Bowker's «hf. 



MEYER CHARLES E. 7 Holmes I JAMES GEORGE B. & CO. 6 Ceu- 



BlO'-k, Hay market square (see page 

S05) 
Mouiton B. S. 3 Elm, cor. Hanover 
Pag*-, Harding, l\ Co. 191 State (look- 
ing gla:*s man Ui'.) 
Rogers Samuel, 104 Sudbury and 22 

Court 
Ross 6c Hatchman, 480 Washington 
Sargent Chas. H. 6 7 Cornhili 
Sinclair Duncan D. 18 West 
Sowie John & Co. 120 and 122 North 

and 12 West 
Stromberg F. C. 55 Hanover 
Ward Joseph & Son, 125 Wash. 
WARE GEORGE W. & CO. 12 

Cornhili and 25 W'ash. (seep. 679) 
Williams & Everett, 219 Wash. 
W illiamson, Gerlach, & Co. 4 Beverly 

and 90 Sudbury 

Loom Manufacturer. 
STOILER OTIS, 152 Hampden 

(ribbon and suspender, see p. 812) 
Low Water Detectors. 
ASIICROFT E. IL, Sudburv, corner 



i, 



(^sre page 660) 



tral (see page 806) 
! Jewett & Pitcher, Eagle, E. B. 
Kent W. IL & Co. 144 State 
! Knight Joel & Co. 156 State 
! KR'CEGER, LOUD, & CO. 8 Canal 
' Larivee Exiate, 25 Charlestown 
I Lash Augustus F« (second hand), 107 
I Essex 

j Leatlierbee A. F., Albany, c. Troy 
j Leatherbee John W., Lehigh, c. Al- 
bany 
LITTLEFIELD & LORD, 6 Com! 
Lovejoy L. 6c Co. 182 Causeway 
Merguire John L & Co. 2 76 Charles 
MANSON & PETERSON. Border, 
cor. Decatur (Hardwood, see p. 700) 
Morse Chas. F. 16 Central 
Norcro-s & Saunders, 16 State 
Norton Mills Co. 6 Central, George B. 

James <\' Co. agents 
Orrall Thomas cm Co. Wales wharf 
Palmer D 134 State (commission) 
Paul J. F. & Co. 441 Tremont 
PIERCE S. II. L. 1025 Federal (see 

page 684) 
Pope Wm. & Sons. 282 Harrison ave 



MYAM, (AllLTOX, &. CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrated 11 YAM 
lUHTlO.V MATCH, V-i to 10 4 Frieud Street, Uostou. 



512 



B03T0N BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Lumber — continued, 
Pratt & Co. 27 State 
Roby L. A. 22 State (oak timber) 
Rogers Bros. 4'JO Harrison ave. 
Russell Ira & Co. 25 Merriraac 
Skepard C. A. 29 City Exchange 
SIIEPARD H. S. "^c CHESTER, 
Swett, foot Northampton and 10 
Devonshire (see page 825) 
Shepard Otis. 6 Central 
Skillings 1). N. & Co. 5 Kilby 
Somers Win. & Co., New Albany, op- 
posite Wareham 
STEARNS A. T. 22 State (see page 

695) 
Stetson & Pope, 10 State (hard pine) 
Sturtevant Wm, L., Sturtevaut's whf. 
Swazey & Warner, 5 Kilby 
Tilton H. N. & B. R. & Cowdin, 250 

Harrison avenue 
Tribou Walter S. 22 State 
Trickey & Jewett, 21 Kilby (ship) 
Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, corner 

Friend (haruwood) 
Whitney C. & D. jr. & Co. 5 Kilby 
Winde Lewis (hardwood), 421 Com'J. 
Windsor & Bradlee, 13 Comm'l. whf 

Machine Brokers. 
WILSON J. W, jk CO. 79 and 81 
Haverhill (see page 6&0) 

Machine Screws. 

Miller G. H. 612 Federal 
TUCKER & AJTLETON, 8 Union 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 2 Wash. ' 

Machine Sewing. 
Ash Misses, 11 Summer 
Bailey E. Miss, 25 Winter 
Burke R. Mrs. 21 Eaton 
Cahiil F. L. Miss, 25 Winter (button 

holes) 
Clapp John D. & Co. 106 Tremont 
Doyle E. Mrs. 59 Lowell 
Giluiore K. L. 104 Summer 
Oilman Miry E. Mrs. -211 Cambridge 
Lang A. J. Mrs. 53 Poplar 
Nash A. C. Mi>s, 28 Winter 
Parsons S. K. Mrs. 7 West 
Pease L. P. Mis^ 11 Summer 
Pease M. M. 14 Avon place 
Radelift Christina, 9 Columbia 
Reid M. J. Mrs 25 Winter 
R ch Sarah E. Miss, 32 Winter 
Street E. Mrs. 2 Livingston 

Machine Sewing Needles. 

CURRIER, PIITLPOT. & CO. 5 

llaymarket sq. (see page 813) 

Machinists. 

Abbott W. W. 76 Sudbury 
Aidrich 11. P. & Co. 71 Smlbury 

Allen & Endicott, 5 Liberty sq. 

UAROXER CIIILSOV. Mnuufact 
llASGKS, SlOVEs;, &c, 99 « 



American Nut & Arms Co. 4 7 King* 

ston 
American St<'am Eire Proof Safe Co. 

E.'f>. 4*i-afier, treas. 6G Sudbury 
AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 

CO. 45 Kingston (see page 669 | 
American Water Wheel Co., A. War- 
ren, agent, 31 Exchange 
Axnroidown Mareu< M. 131 Congress 
Anthony Luther & Sdd. 133 Cabot 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 

Marion, E. B. ; office, 114 State (see 

prvje 700) 
Baldwin C W. 63 Haverhill 
Barber L. L. 9 Gore block 
BLAKE GEO. E. & CO. 51 Chardon 

(see page 6<S6) [square 

Bramrm, Dow, 6c Co. 3 & 4 Haymarket 
Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 Haverhill 
Boston Machine Co., Horace Hunt. 

treas. 20 State. & Fir<t, c. Granite 
Campbell, Whittier, & Co. 1176 Tre- 
mont 
Can field F. P. 71 Sudbury 
Chamberlain D. 42 Albany [837 

CHASE S. E. 35 Lincoln (see page 
Chubbuek S. E. & Sons. 971 Tremont 
Clark Isaac. 9 Province court 
Cleaves Edwin N. 69 Haverhill 
Ciogston T. S. & Co. 80 Sudbury 
Converse & Crane, 130 Washington 
DENNETT & POTTLE, 71 Sud- 
• bury (see pnge 691J 
Dill Thomas Pk46 Portland 
DRAPER & WOODBURY. 86 High 

(see page 672) 
Dutton \\ illiam, 11 Hawkins 
Falls & Nichols, 23 Water 
Finger Louis, 4 F. II. sq. 
Fowle J. W. 73 Cornhiil 
Globe Works, Foundry st. 
Gray J. H. 90 Sudbury 
Ham L. M. 158 Portland 
Harwood Ezra A. 15 Morton pi. 
Haskell E. 22 Hawley 
Haskell John A. :>9 Sudbury 
Haskell & Eilmands, 9 Province ct. 
HA WES & HERSEY, Second, cor. 

E. (see page 693) [rison ave. 

Hinkiev & Williams' Works, 552 Har- 
HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry st. 
Holmes Charles, 9 Green 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9&11 

Haverhill (mill work, see page 816) 
Huckins >Sc Warner, 7 Spring lane 
Hunt Wm. P 763 Federal 
Jaquith J N. B. 60 Albany 
Keniston & Sawyer. 13*1 Congress 
Knapp & Cutler, 22 Beach 
Lally John, First, corner Granite 
LAXGLEY, CARBEE, AND CO., 

Border, near Central square, E. B. 

(see page 696) 
I Lavery IL & G. <U4 Federal 

ur»r ami Deal«r in FI T KN.\CJES, 

ml 101 Hlackstone St., Uostou. 



MACHINISTS — MAGNETIC APPARATUS. 



513 



LEWIS & WARD, Border, n. Cen- 
tral square (see page 702) 
Lincoln & Graham, 76 Sudbury 
[curing Harrison, City Point, S. B. 
Lothrop Geo. W. 18 Harvard place 
Marshall J. £. 73 Haverhill 
MeLauthliu G. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 



; Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 and 55 Ha- 
verhill [mont 
i Campbell, Whittier, & Co. 1176 Tre- 
; Chubbuck S. E. cV Sons,971 Treinoat 
| Dodge, Gilbert, & Co. 37 Kilbv 
\ DRAPER & WOODBURY, «6Higfc 
[ (see page G72) 
MEAD & ADDY, 4 Chiekering pi. \ Dunbar Geo. & Co. 51 Devonshire 

(see page 7 y r» ) [Castle I Field W. F. 29 Washington 

Miller David, Harrison avenue, cor. j Globe Works, Foundry street 
Miller Geo. H. 612 Federal Graves J. & Co. 3o Haverhill 

Moore & Wyman, 76 Sudbury J Harwood & Quincy, 2.3 Bromfield 



MORTON & COLCORD, 87 Friend 

(see front colored page) 
OSBORN LEWIS, Marginal, opp. 



(woolen) 

HAWKS & HERSEY, Second, cor. 
E (see pageJ93) _ [shoe) 



Cunard whf., E. B. (see page 702) | Hawkins L. D. 30 Pearl (boot and 
Pratt Richard W. & Co. 31 Haverhill j Holmes Charles. 9 Green 



Proctor David R. 57 Haverhill 
Robinson G. W. & Co. 83 Richmond 
Roper S. H. 82 Hampden 
SaU'ord Mark, 36 Washington 
Seelye N. M. 70 Sudbury 
Shailer Julius S. 332 Washington 
Shaw's Union Air Engine, 87 Port- 
land 
Sickels G. 4 Cliickerino; place 



Kinsley Lyman & Co. 42 Fulton 
LEWIS & WARD, Border, near 

Central sq. (see page 70i) 
Lincoln & Wheeler, 76 Sudbury 
Loring Harrison, City Point, S. B. 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad, corner State 

(see inside back cover) 
jMcLauthlin G. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 
McMurtrie Horace & Co. 80 Milk 



Silsby & Cheney, 76 Sudbury (rope ! Moore & Smith, 62 Sudbury 

and cordage) [22 State ! Moore & Wyman, 76 Sudbury 

Smith G. W. & F. 409 Federal and i Moras A. S. 210 Commercial 



Smith & Lovett, 57 Devonshire 
South Boston Iron Co. 2 Central wf. 
Stone H. N. 132 Commercial 
Summers S. F. & Co. 63 Beverly 
Tarbell & Hartford, 312 Third * 
Tarbett & Bauer, 17 Hawley 
UPIIAM THOMAS A. 17 Harvard 



plane (see pa< 



I N. Y. TAP & DIE CO., Post & God- 
dard, agents (see pane 686) 

JOSBORN LOUIS, Marginal, opp. 
Cunard wharf, E. B. (see page 702) 

j Paul Geo. K. & Co. 64 Union" 

I PUTNAM GEO. I). & CO. U Cen- 
tral (see page 807) 



Vrooman II. S. 48 Portland 
Walker George A 

vard place 
Weaver & Allen, 105 Haverhill 



Stevenson & Peirson, 48 Kilhy (sell- 
ing agts. Lowell machine shop) 
16 and 18 Har- 1 Thompson Win. H. 16 Pemberton sq. 
j Union Vise Co. 61 Water [onshire 
j Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 to 24 Dev- 



WEIIRLE F. J., successor to Birdl WILSON J. W r . & CO. 79 and 81 

& Co , Border, n. Central sq. (see : __ Haverhill (see page 680) 

page 819) 
Whitmore A. E. 23 Water 
Whittemore H. A. 90 Sudbury 
Winchester E. S,, K. cor. Fifth 
WILSON J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 

Haverhill (see page 680) 
WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 Sudbury 

(see page 6 72) 

Machinery and Tools. 
Abbott J. F. 35 Haverhill (wood 

working) 
ADAMS J. Q. & G. W r . 22 Temple 

place (pegging machinery, see page 
76) 

AMERICAN XOOL& MACHINE 

CO. i."> Kingston (see page 669) 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 

Marion, office, 114 State (see page 

7u< -\) [treas. 20 State 

Boston Machine Co., Horace Hunt, 



{WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 Sudbury 
(wood-working machinery, see pa ge 
6 72) 

Machinists' Supplies. 
Goodnow & Wightman, 23 Cornbill 
I McMurtrie Horace & Co. 80 M ilk 
Stevenson & Peirson, 48 Kilby 
Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 to 24 Dev- 
onshire 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 2 Wash. 

Machinists' Tools. (Alanuf.) 
Ammidov.-n M. M. 131 Congress 

Graves John 6c Co. 35 Haverhill 



Magnetic Apparatus. 
CHAMBERLAIN II. B. & W 



O. 



310 and 312 Wash, (see page 703) 
WILLIAMS CHAS. Jr. 109 Court 
(see page 6 70) 



*Hss IdlUSIsrTS 3tfttI\L LITE IXS. CO. of Springfield, Ma*K. 1W.- 
U*uo01ce, 123 WuslUngton .Street) JOliA BUMSTJBA.D, General AgenC 
33 



514 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Mahogany. (Veneers, <W.) 
Games VVm. R. 10 Canal 
Cl?rk & Smith, Beverly, cor. Travers 

Hall Charles, 14 Charlestown 

licit Stephen A. 40 Canal 

PARKER & SLEEKER, salesrooms 
and factory, 10 Travers, tor. Tort- 
land, dealers in mahogany and 
fancy woods, proprietors of the 
most celebrated patent veneer and 
wood hanging cutting machine in 
the world ; a great variety of ve- 
neers constantly on hand. 

Kichardson, Howard, <Sc Co. ,5 and 6 
Charlestown 

i Maltsters. 

Burkhardt G. F., Parker, c. Station 
Cook Isaac & Co. 25 Central 
Kent J. Oscar, 23 Haverhill 
VAN NOSTRAND WM. T. 118 

Lincoln (see page 678) 
White R. P. 86 Albany 

Manufacturer of Acetic Acids. 

FLICK G. F. 54 Hampden, near 

Boston lead works (see page 805) 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 

Cochrane A. & Co. 19 Broad 
Everett R. B. & Co. 54 Milk 
Hodges & Richardson, 46 India whf. 
JPAGE E. F. &C0.46 Congress (see 

inside back cover) 
PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. 13 Cen- 
tral (see page 807) 
Winslo-.v W. H. & Co. 26 Central wf- 

Manufacturing Companies. 

(6>e Contents.) 

Maps and Charts. 
Button E. P. & Co. 135 Washington 
Swallow P. G. 115 Leverett (pub- 
lishing agent) 
White & King, 344 Washington (map 
mounters) 

Marble Dealers. 
Bowker, Toirey & Co. 118 Portland, 

eor. Cliardon (importers) 
Gowen E. L. 07 Haverhill 
HALL CHAS. E. & CO. 69 Charles- 

HARRINGTON JOHN, 460 Tre- 

mont, cor. Chapman (see p. 833) 
PENRHYN MARBLE CO., Joseph 

Story, tivas. 112 Treuiont 
Torreys & Co. 61 Beverly (American 

and foreign) 
Wentworth A. & Co. 17 an;l 60 Ha- 
verhill [hill 
Wentworth O. M. 45 and 47 Haver- 
West Castleton R. It. & Slate Co. 13 
School, Joseph W. GrL r irs, treas. 



Marble Workers! 
Bayley Wm. B. 68 Harrison avenue. 
Bowker, Torrey & Co. 118 Portland. 

cor. Cliardon 
j Carew Joseph, 502 Treraont 
DOWXFS V. J. 56 East Canton, c. 

Howard avenue (see page 804) 
Finn James, 416 Tremont 
Foote John. 400 Charles 
: Gowen E. L. 9D Haverhill 
' Green Thomas, 175 Hrrrison avenue 
\ HALL CHAS. E. & CO. 101 Haver- 
hill and 69 Charlestown 
HARRINGTON JOHN, 460 Tre- 
mont, c. Chapman (see page 833) 
I Hyland William,- 4^>2 Tremont 
i Leighton D. & J. W. 33 Charlestown 
; Maine W. H. 91 and 93 Haverhill 
McAwley E. & Sou. 9 7 Wareham 
McGarvey A. 92 Hampden 
MEAN* EDWARD F., Albany, 

opp. Dedham (see page 688) 
j Milmore J. <Sc J. 434 Tremont 
Mulray P. 344 Shawmut avenue 
JMulrey T. D. 1940, 1942 Wash. 
' Power Richard & Son, 83 Haverhill 
Torreys & Co. 61 Beverly 
Wentworth A. k Co. 17 and 60 Ha- 
verhill [hill 
Wentworth O. M. 45 and 4 7 Haver- 
| Wentworth Wm. H. & Co. 14 Mar- 
i shall, 18 Bowker, & 95 Haverhill 

Marganna Pornada. 
lLAMBERTON J. F., Eastts, cor. 
Dearborn 

Marine Railway. 
1 KELLEY, WHIDDEN, & CO. Sum- 
ner, cor. Peoples' Ferry avenue 

Markets. 

Blackstoxk. 72 to f'2 Blackstone 
i Boyi.stox, Wash, corner Boylston 
| Central, 50 North 
JFaxeuil Hall, North and South 
Market sts. and Faneuil Hall b'ldg. 

Franklin. 90 and 92 Blackstone 

St. Charles. Beach, c. Lincoln 
; Suffolk, Portland, cor. Sudbury 
I Union, Union, bet. North ^v Hanover 

Washington, 276 Broadway, S. B. 
; Williams, Washington, c. Dover 

Marketmen. 
Provisions. 
i Ball C. S. 7 Union 
' Barnard J. M. 3 Union 
; Barnes Z. S. 6 St Charles 
I Bemis George, 30 Faneuil Hall 
: Bickfbrd J. II. 18 New Faneuil Hall 
Beat: B. F. 20 and 22 Williams 
Bird M. & Co. 40 Faneuil Hall 
Bird & Learned, 23 New F. Hall 
; Blake & Newhall, 6 Blackstone 



GARU.VEU CHIJLSON, Manntucturtr and Dealer in Ft'RNACKS, 
ItANXiKS, STOVES, &c, 99 and 101 Bluckstonc St., Boston. 



MARKETMEN. 



515 



BRIGHAM HUBBARD, 1 Bovlston ' Lockwood Hiland, 84 and 86 F. Hall 



Brimbecom & Co. It; New F. Hall 
Brown George W. 4 Boylston 
Brown Henry T. 6 Central 
Brown & Marsh, 35 New F. Hall 
Buliard & Locke, 65 6c 6 7 F. Hall 
Burn bam W. S. 6 Boylston 
Burt S.-th F. 24 Faneuil Hall 
Carroll Patrick II. 7 Central 
Carter Woo. S. 8 Suffolk 
Chamb erlin C. P. 2 St. Charles 
Clapp F. JE. 16 Suffolk 
Crawford & Hastings, 8 Boylston 
Crosby W. 60 Faneuil Hall 
Crowell G. H. & Co. 9 Union mkt. 
Damon J. L. 14 Blackstone 
Davis H. D. 2 Union market 
Davis & Co. 20 Central 
Dole C. G. 1 9 New Faneuil Hall 
Downs A. P. 18 Central 
Doyle H. -N. & M. J. 14 Boylston 
Dniry & Johnson. 1 & 3 F. Hall 
Dunbar D. A. 12 Faneuil Hall 
Dunnells H. P. 12 Union 
Dunning J. H. 75 I^aneuil Hall 
Dyer &. Davis, 7 Faneuil Hall 
Dyer & Frost, 2 Faneuil Hall 
Eastman Saul, 25 and 27 Williams 
Ellis George & Co. 12 Bovlston 
Fall F 11. 3 Boylston 
Fletcher Gilman & Co. 13 Union 
Fletcher J. V. 66 Faneuil Hall 
Flint & Richards, 28 Faneuil Hall 
Flyun D. A. 11 St. Charles 
Flynu J F. 3 St. Charles 
Folsom \V. H. 13 Boylston 
Frost & Co. 16 and 18 Williams 
Gardner Joseph, 11 and 13 Williams! 
Garriias J. C. 9 Boylston 
Gates Milton N. 10 Blackstone 
Gib-on Robert, 12 Suffolk 
Glover Fred. P. 17 Union market 
Grig2S G. W. 11 Central 
Gross I. S. 62 Faneuil Hall 
Haskell A. F. & Co. 12 St. Cbarles 
Hill 1. W. 4 New Faneuil Hall 
Hilton J. F. 5 Faneuil Hall 
Hisroek & Sons, 9 and 11 F. Hall 
Holden R. & Son. 49 Faneuil Hall 
Homes W. H. 12 New P. Hall 
Hoogs S. F. & Co. 18 Blackstone 
Hosiord Oscar, 5 St. Charles 
Howe & Copeland, 70 and 72 F.Hall 
Keay D. C. 3 and 19 Blackstone 
Knapton Win. 13 St. Charles 
Kimball K. D. & Co. 37 F. Hall 
Kimbdl & Bennett, 54 F. Hall 
Kittrcd-e S. F. & E. L. & Co. 3 Wil- 
liams 
Knapton C. 4 St. Charles 
Lainsun II P. 5 Blackstone 
Lawrence Henry I 8c Co. 18 F 
Learnani S. S. 50 Faneuil tlall 
Locke H. & Co. 4 2 Faneuil Hall 



15 



i Lord & Potter, L2 Central 
: Marshall & Locke, M New F. Hall 
i Marston & Currant, 1 7 Blaekstone 
i Martin C. 7 Blackstone 
Mayo Brothers, 19 Central 
j McCoy, Nichols & Waterhouse, 

Central 
I Mead B. 1 Blackstone 
| Melvin John A. & Co. 11 Union 
Melvin William, 16 Faneuil Hall 
I Moody Samuel P. 92 F. Hall 
I Morse & Crawford, 7 Bovlston 
'Morse & Hartwell, 24 New F. Hall 
Melvin John A. & Co. 11 Union 
Niles S. 31 New Faneuil Hall 
NORTH. MERIAM & Co. 27 and 

29 Faneuil Hall (see page 699) 
Neweomb G. D. £: Co. 15 Union 
Noyes E. A. 8 Central 
Noyes I. E. 21 New Faneuil Hall 
Oliver I). M. & Co. 26 New F. Hall 
Osgood E. A. & Co. 20 Suffolk 
Fa[r e Perkins C. 24 Suffolk 
Pai^e D. A. 21 F. II. market & 31 

North Market 
Parish J. 2, 4 and 6 Williams 
Parker T. L. & Co. 17 Central 
Parkhurst W. A. 14 Suffolk 
Paul M. & Co. 19 New F. Hall 
Pearson John, 56 Faneuil Hall 
Pedrick Knott, 7 Suffolk Market 
Pratt & Carleton, 27 New F. Hall 
Pratt & Fitch, 11 New Faneuil Hall 
Pre-cott A. W. 2 Blackstone 
PrindleJ. D. 71 Faneuil Hall 
iBeed & Sherman, 10 Central and 92 

Cambridge 
\ llice C. & 0. 55 Faneuil Flail 
[R-cl'i S. 2 Suffolk Market 
! Robbins Nathan, 33 Faneuil Hall 
j Robinson L. 11 Suffolk 
|. Rollins J. A. 31 Faneuil Hall 
Rouillard George. 11 Bovlston 
' Russell G. S. 2 Boylston 
! Russell J. & Co. 17 & 19 Faneuil H. 
Russell & Kimball, 20 Faneuil Hall & 

35 North Market 
Sanderson J. G. 41 and 43 F. Hall 
Seavev George 0. 11 Blackstone 
Severance & Haley, 78 & 80 F. Hall 
Shea Joen, 6 Suffolk Market. 
SimoHils David, 58 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds G H. 4 7 Faneuil Hall 
Simands Marshall, 4 6 Faneuil Hall 
Sirnonds Otis, 45 Faneuil Hall 
Smith J. H. 15 Blackstone 
Smytherman 0. A. 16 Blackstone 
Snow ^ Wiley, 19 to 23 Williams 
South wick B. F. 1 & 3 Suffolk 



! Spurgeon 
Hall I Squire John 



Willi 



Williams 
2:> F. H. 



iara, 15 & 17 
P. & Co. 23 & 

j Staekpo'e O. 9 Suffolk 

j Stacy E. S. 6 and 8 Faneuil Hall 



J1VA.M, C\ULTO\', <fc CO., Munufttiturfrs of the Celebrated It YAM 
FRICTION MATCH, Qi to 104 Fiiru<l Street. Bu»ton. 



516 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRFXTORY. 



Markelmen — continual. 
Stowers Jatnes, 21 Suffolk- 
Swan & Newtyn, 18 Faneuil flail 
Treat Andrew, 8 and 8 Union 
Treat A. 6 New Faneuil flail 
Treat J. A. 20 New Faneuil Hall 
Tvron S. G. & Co 13 New Faneuil 

and 26 Merchants row 
Tucker Isaac, 10 Boylston 
Viles G. 20 New Faneuil Hall 
Walker Charles P 9 Central 
Webber D. C. 77 Faneuil Hall 
Whitehouse M. 13 Central Market 
Wild H. M. 17 and 19 Suffolk 
Winn George A. 5 Union 
Williams M. 13 & IS Faneuil Hall 

Fruit and Vegetable*. 
Bourne & Co. 13 Faneuil Mall (cellar) 
Curtis & Co. 104 and lu6 Fan. Had ' 
Davis, Chapin, & Co. S3 Faneuil Hall 
Faraum & Co. 10S & 110 F. Hall 
Furber, Con ant, & Co. 84 Fan. Hall 
Gleason W. 13 Faneuil Hall (cedar) 
Gordon John & Co. New Faneuil 

Hall, cellar 5 
Gordon J. W. 1 New Faneuil Hall 
Gowen Chis. 87 Faneuil Hall 
Hall, Chessman, <Sc Co. 89 F. H. 
Hall& Cole, 102 Faneuil II ill 
Harrington A.J. 7 New F. H (cellar) 
Hilaud." Smith, & Co. 9 7 F. Hall 
Hill, Coolidge, & Co. 107 F. Hall 
Hill, Tibbetts, & Co. 103 F. Hall 



Aldrich & Tinkhan, 6 F. H. (cellar) 
Bailey & Mr.rtin, 8 & 25 N'.-w F. J I. 
Benton, Caverly, & Co. V> V. If. 
Boyntpn & Sanger, 10 New F. II. 
Chamberlin. Sturges,- $ Co. 79 F. H. 
Cro-by Bros. 57 and 59 1 . H. 
Curtis A. G. 5 and 7 Suffolk 
Dawley H W. 16 Union 
Decatur & Stevens. 1 & 2 New F. H. 
Delano & Dinsmore, 1 F. H. (cellar) 
Eddy M. L. & Co. 10 Central 
Fuller Luther, 14 Union 
Gass, D >e. ik Chapin, 57 F. Hall 
Gaut Samuel N. & Co. 5 Boylsiou 
Gilman & D.-xter, 34 New F. H. 
Goodall E. K. & Co. 3 and cellar 10, 

New Faneuil Hall 
Harmon A. 7 Wiliiams 
Hastings Buckley A. 7 & 8 St. Chas. 
Hilton Bros. & Co. 3 F. EL (cellar) 
Hosmer J. jr. 5 New F. H. 
Hovey H. A. & Co. 32 F. H. 
Littlefield & Braden, 88 Blacks'one 
Meloou & Chapin, GO Blackstone 
Merriam J. VV. & Co. 2 New F. H. 
Nichols & Hincklev, 1 7 New F. H. 
Osgood E. A. & Co. 20 & 22 Suffolk 
P,«ge Perkins C. 24 Suffolk 
Penderhast P. B. & Co. 5 Central 

Market 
Prince Stephen, 14 Williams 
Read & Jones, 5 F. II. (cellar) 
Robinson L. 11 Suffolk 
Scovell O. A. 9 New F. H. 



Hodsdon B. JP.& Co. 12 F.H. (cellar) S.L i it -a i -o v n 

T ^ -r r i . . n , , v } \ Sears 6c Keves, 50 and o2 North 

Knox J. L. 14 St. Charles AV ... u U J .', , . c a . ,, 

t ol - xt -n tt / n n VYaitt F. K. l-> and 15 SunolK 

Lawrence Unas, o New i. 11. (cellaT) n - .. B mm- v tt /~ n«..\ 

t i_ t .a, i? ur ii Watts & Willis. 2 b. H. (cellar) 

Locke Isaac, 101 Faneu;l Hall 

Long C C. 91 Faneuil Hall 

Lowed Bros. 4 New F. H. (cellar) 



ilackintosb & Co. 105 F. H. 

Meriam Philip K. 10 Suffolk 
Mills B. T. 2 Bovlston (cellar) 
Moody S. P. 92 F. H. market 
.Morrison Chas E. 14 F. H. (cellar) 
Osborn A. W., Few N. H. cellar 3 
Parkhurst W. A. 14 Suffolk 
Patch & Maxwell, 7 New F. II. 
Sands, Furber, & Co. 88 F. II. 
Sawyer Daniel, 8 and 10 Williams 
Sears & Keyes, 1 Central Market 
Seaverns &*Co. 100 F. II. 
Simmons, Amsden, & Co. 94 F. H. 
Slack, Goodnow, &: Co. 16 Bovlston 
Southwick B. F. 1 &3 Suiiolic 
Tilton Samuel & Co. 10 F. H. (cellar) 
Vinal Howard, I Union market 
Wellington & Reed, 15 6c 17 Bovlston 
Whitney E. T., basement 2 Suffolk I 

and 23 Suffolk 
Winn, Ricker, & Co. 93 F. II. 

Butter and Cheese. 
Aldrich A. k Co 82 Faneuil Hall 
Alurieb. A. M. 4 F. H. (cellar) 



Willis* & Butterfield, 14 New F. H. 

Fish. 
i Bacon John & Son. 1 Bovlston (eel.) 
| Foster Joel E. 114 F. H. 

Gay & Knowles, 121 F. H. 
! Holbrook & Newcomb, 129 F. H. 
j Neal John, 22 Union 

Newcomb & Krogman. 32 New F. II- 
| Proctor C. 9 St. Charles 

Rich Samuel, 2 and 4 Suffolk 

Rich & Freeman, 24 and 23 William 

Shattuek C. P. 1 Bovlston 

Shattuck & Jones, 128 F. H. 

Walker T. & Son, 113 F. H. 

Masonic Jewelry. 
GUILD & DELANO, 2 Winter ($• e 
page 809) 

Masons, Colorers, and Whiton- 

ers. 
Adams Edwin, 2 2 State 
Adams Nathl. 4") Upton 
Adams Wm. 41 Dover 
Alexander II. N. 195 Sumner, E. B. 
Anderson A. 2 Province ct- 
Atkins S. P. 22 State 



GARDNER C flit. SON, Jlauuf icturer ami De ilor lu FUR»*CluS| 

RANGES, STOVES, &c, 99 uutl 101 Blucksloae St., Boston. 



HAS^N3, COLORERS, ETC., MATTRESS HANUFS. 



517 



Barney C C. & G. C. 22 State 

Barrett U. & Co- 92 Eliot 

Baiter & Vinal, 18 Bedford 

!;,!!(;. M. rear 311 Hanover 

Brown G. W. 187 Cambridge 

Bundy Francis, 30 Avery 

Burtfn Mioses, 84 Leverett 

Butler XV. 210 Federal 

t'arleton Geo. & Co. 29 Sudbury 

Caton Asa II. 22 State [Swett 

Collins W. F., Northampton, corner 

Cook Geo. 1). 175 Harrison ave- 

Cook & Bryant, 14 Norfolk pi. 

Cooper I. C. 22 State 

Crooker I. S. 8| Alden 

Cummings R. 72 Revere 

Cuslrng Isaac C. 22 State 

Dewing; Benj. F. 22 State 

Dimond & Hutchins, 52 Sudbury 

Dix M. S. 4 74 Tremont [Brooks 

Downing Emanuel, Princeton, corner 

Freeman N. 37 Province 

French Samuel, 761 Washington 

Gardner L. L. 41 Water 

Harmon I. & II. M. 22 Guild row 

Hayes P. 88 Essex 

Head George S. Dudley, c. Bartlett 

Derrick Chas. P. & Co. 22 State 

Hodsdon Chas. II. 15 Dudley 

Holton James S. 700 Wash. " 

Hussey & Lowe, 404/ Harvard 

Jacobs David H. 22 State 

Jenkins G. 15 Province 

Jenkins Horace, 7 Bedford 

Keymes W. & S. J. 55 S. Margin 

Lincoln J. XV. 33 South Russell 

Litchfield T. T. 11 Chapman pi. 

Lovering D. E: 25 Hudson 

Luther Slade, 22 State 

Mark J. 209 Cambridge and 22 State 

Mans!}. -id & Laws, 346 Washington 

Matron II. 40 Village 

M&*r*e Geo. W. 412 Tremont 

Mooney O. 1). 41 Bromtield 

Mor.e II. R. H Stoddard 

Murphy & Fuller, rear 1889 Wash. 

Neal James P. 22 State 

Nichols S. Wl & Sous, 1 Medford 

Oreutt E. 48 Poplar 

Page G. & J. W. 73 Pleasant 

Pa iiner Benj. 4 Staniford place 

Parker Thomas* 22 State 

Parsons C. E.. Chardon, c Green 

Patrick G. A. 22 Stare 

Patterson Win. 19:1 Dudley 

iVrkin* & Hohill, 136 Friend 

Pierre Jeremiah, 7774 Federal 

Piiidjtirv J. C. 22 State 

PUw.-.i'j. M. 10 Cherry 

Pnawott B. F. 22 State 

Htce 11. Li. 47 Kingston 

«Mwrts It S. 4 Lamson ct. E.B. 

l^herrsT. J. 22 State 

*Wi & Murray, 642 Federal 

*I V-S^U HUSF.TTS MLTUAL MPK 
t'M* uDIcr, i? J Wariuiugtou S(r«etj 



Rounds Pen : a nin T. 79 Joy 
Rumery Wm. M. 22 State 
Sanborn S. 63 Bartiett 
San ford C. T. 18 Rockville place 
Sayward Win. 22 State [nal 

Scribner E. 3 7 Richmond and Margi- 
Seavey Jas. Y\ . order box Go Bremen 

j Simpson Robert, 22 State 

j Standish L. M. 32 Commonwealth av. 

j Stevens Win. A. 284 Meridian 

I Stoddard E. 4 Haymarket place 
Studley S. 10 Chardon 
Talbot E. T. 73 W. Canton 
Thayer Jairus, 26 Haw ley 
Tuttle Abram D. 411 Harrison ave. 
Tuttle S. J. & G. 22 State 
Vinal A., River, c. Chestnut 
Watson J. T. & J. W. 2 Bonnet 
Wells M. F. 64 Barton 
Wentworth O. 22 State 

I Wentworth W. T. 290 Tremont 

I Whidden Thomas J. 22 State 

I Whitehouse S. F. 33 Chelsea, E.B. 

j Whittlesey C. M. 22 State 

I Winter F. B. 53 Anderson 

[ Woodberry Chas. & Son, 23 Congress 
Woodbury Chas. 16 Commonwealth 

avenue 
Woodman C. F. 171 Shawmut ave. 
Wright Robert, 22 State 

Mast and Spar Makers. 
Caldwell Joseph, 190 Broad 
Cashing John, 411 Commercial 
Grueby W. II. 421 Commercial 
PIGEON II. & SONS, 266 Commer- 
cial and 85 Sumner. E.B. 
White Peter J., Maverick, opp. Jef- 
frey, E.B. and 361 Commercial 
Young George E. 235 Commercial, 
and Condor, E.B. 

Mast and Spar Timber. 
WARD E. A. 6 Commercial (see 
page 684) 

Masters in Chancery. 
{See Contents.) 

Matches. 
Byam, Carlton, & Co. 92 to 102 
Friend [Poplar 

Comee Dennis F. 346 Charles, toot 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

Alien John, 1792 Washington 
Brooks W. P. B. 9 Marshall 
Capen J. & Son, 128 Tyler 
Davenport A. M. & Co. 28 Cornhill 
Grav & Bail, 32 and 34 Union 

IHALLETT JAMES Jl. & SONS, 
17 Dock sq. (see page 702) 

j Haskell A. L. & Son, 121 Hanover 
Hohuan John & Co. 60 Union and 17 
Friend 



I.\X. (O. of Springfield, Mas«. Cot- 
JOHX ISL'.HSriSVD. o;ei»*-r»«l Agent. 



518 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Mattress ^fanufs. — continued. I Hollia Thomas, 2:5 Union 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND ] Hunnewetl J. L. 97 Commercial 

20 Bromfield (see page 687) Leland Daniel, 54 Broad (Leland' 

fanning, Glover, tk. Co. 102 Hanover Ma^ie Curer) 
PARSONS & TORREY, 464 Wash. Magner It. A. 132 Lincoln 

(see page 69:$) [Hanover May Geo. K. 102 Coma 

Samnfct G. A. 130 Blackstone, cor. ! Pierce Geo. & Co. 167 Hanover 



Souther, Flint, & &o. 44 Union 

Tinner H. A. 31 West 

WARE GEORGE W. & Co. 12 

Cornhill (see page 079) 
Wheeler A. W. & Co. 21 Union 
Witherell B. 51 Charlestown 

Measurer of Wood & Bark. 

Seaver Wm., Tremont, cor. Ruggles 
Mechanical Engineers. 

AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 
CO., Geo. H. Fox, pres. 45 Kings- 
ton (see page 669) 

Baldwin C. W. 53 Washington 

Boyden U. A. 81 Wash, room 10 

Campbell, Whittier, & Co. 1176 Trem. 

Crosby, Halsted, & Gould, 34 School 

Hibba'rd Win. 0. 40 State 



Hill I. 



43 Maverick, E.B 



HOLMES & BLAXCHARD, 9 

and 11 Haverhill (see page 816) 
Lombard N. C. 40 State 
MeLauthlin Geo. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 
Robinson J. R. 28 State 
Sawyer Edwin, 81 Washington 
Spauldtng & Collin, 88 Lincoln 
Wilde M. S. G. 33 School, room 24 

Mechanician. 
UPHAM THOMAS A. 17 Harvard 
place (see page 825) 

Medalists. 



Bed. ling G. W. 32 F. H. square 

(Russia salve) 
Richardson S. O. 51 Hanover 
Bobbins Daniel, 24 Brattle sq. (Sum- 
ner's Lotion) 
Rogers, Fuller, & Co. 425$ Wash. 
Spear E. D. 713 Wash. (Indian veg.) 
SUBSTITUTE FOR CASTOR 
OIL CO., K. W. Baker, pres. 9 
Merchants row (see page 674) 
Sumner B. L. 24 Brattle sq. 
Swett Geo. W. 106 Hanover (bot.) 
vett & H 
(patent) 
Turner & Co. 120 Tremont 
Ware Daniel L. 41 Cambridge 
Wilson B. O. &. G. C. 10 Central 

Meerschaum Pipes. 
CARRUTH DANIEL J. 61 and 63 

Blackstone (see page 67 7) 
Schubert G. 6 Court square 

Melodeon Hardware. 
j Conant Wm. A. 332 Wash. 

Melodeon Manufacturers. 
[Boston Organ Co., Wash. cor. Avery 
I Mason & Plamlin, 154 Tremont 
| Ruck Joseph, 107 Eustis 

j Memorandum Books and Tab- 
lets. 



AMERICAN TABLET CO. 29 
MERRIAM k CO. 19 Brattle square! Brittle 

(see pa**e 6 70 s ) 

v * c " J Mercantile Agencies. 

Medicines. | Bradstreet John M. & Son, 122 

Ames & Cawthorne (bot.), 214 Han-j Washington 

over I Kimball -James William, 5 Milk 

Atwood Charles IT. 139 Summer ; Russell Edward & Co. 47 Congress 

Bartlett & Darling, 175 North 
Bosworth J. H. 10 Elm (.or drunk- Merchants. 

enness) \ Abbott John II. 4 7 Court 

Burr M. S. & Co. 26 Tremont j Apple ton Samuel. 5 Lindall 

Cheever Joseph, 41 Hanover I Atkins Elisha & Co. 2 5 India whf. 



Clark N. L. & Co. 1 .Milton place 



Atkinson John, 27 Doane 
Cobb It. E. & Co. 10 Elm [wharf! Atkinson W. B. 27 Doane 
Crafts & Williams, 5 & 6 Commercial! Azarian V 



& Co. 41 India wharf 



Crosby & Lewis, 15 Marshall 
Demeiitt D. J. & Co. 117 Hanover 
Dinsmore ,). I\ 1 Milton place 
Fowle Seth W. & Son, 1 Milton pi. 
Goodwin Geo. C. & Co. 38 Hanover 
Greene 11. 34 Temple pi. (bot.) 
Harrison J. S. N. Co. 1 Tremont -Tern. 
Hartshorn Edward, 132 Water 



Btbson Edward, 39 Lewis whari 
Babson William, 39 Lewis wharf" 
Bacon W. B. 22 Central 
Baldwin A. C. 3C6 Wash. 
Ballard Albert, 1 & 3 Batterymarch 
Barnard George M. &. Co. 26 Mer- 
chants row 
Bartlett Matthew, 19 Doane 



Heath, Cheney, & Co. 85 Hanover j Bates E. C 40 State 



(bot; 



B ites & Co. 40 State 



GARWKK CHILSON, Manufacturer m»<! Dealer in Fl RNACKS, 
HAKGES, STOVES, dtc, 90 und 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



MERCHANTS. 



519 



City Exchange 
67 Commercial 



|k*beJ- M. &'Co. 3 Winthropsq. 

H< -.-I).' Lucius, 9 Merchants row 

Lends .S. Brown, L t>l> Milk 

Bird, Perkins, & Job, 39 India whar 

Bordman Win. II. 37 India wharf 

Bowen James. 1!) Central whf. 

Hradlee J. T. 134 State 

Braggiolti\ Turabull, & Co. 31 Cen 
tral wharf" 

Bramhall W. T. 50 

Brewer Chas. 6c Co. 
wharf 

Brigham John, 166 Washington 

Browne C. Allen, 34 Commercial 

Burditt Henry, 7 Doane 

Bush J. P. 19 Doane 

Hush & Comstock, 19 Doane 

Caldwell Josiah, 9 7 State 

Carlton Guy, 62 Kilby 

Chapin C II. G. 103 Commercial 

Chase Geo. B. 13 Kilby 

Clark B. C. & Co. 4 Central 

Clark J. W. & Co. 28 Milk 

Cobb Albert A. & Co. 70 State 

Codman W. C. 44 Kilby 

Comer Joseph, 41 Trernont 

Converse J. H. 39 State 

Cooiidge J. T. jr. 56 State 

Crane Samuel D. & Co. 48 State 

Crosby M. jr. 92 State 

Crosby S. & Co. 92 State 

Craft Isaac S. 44 Kilby 

Cunningham John A. 30 Central 

Currier Gilnian, 3 Batteryniarch * 

Curtis Thomas E. 51 Central vvhf. 

Curtis & Feabocly. 40 State 

Datmey Chas. W. jr. & Co. 6 7 Com- 
mercial wharf 

Dalton S. F. 40 State 

Dane, Dana, & Co. 12 S. Market 

belaud Bro^. 11 Liberty .. sq. 

Dorr Joseph. 13 Kilby 

Draper Win. P. & George, Chatham, 
corner Merchants row 

Drew E. C. 29 City Exchange 

Dunn James C. 39'State 

Dwyer John. 27 Union wharf 

Edwards Henry, 14 Kilby 

Emmons X. II. 70 State 

Emmons X. II. jr. <Sc Co. 70 State 

Everett & Co. 28 State 

Faxon F. E. 89 Court 

Fay J. S. 13 Exchange 

Fearing, Rodmin, & Swift, 25 Coml. 

Field Benjamin F. 20 Court 

risk Dawu, 1$ Battery march 

Forbes John M. & Co. Court, corner 
V\ adnn-j-'on 

Forbes H. B. 42 Court 

Foster v v < Taylor, i 15 Broad 

G ir luer George, 9 Bitterymarch 

Gtrdner (leu. A. 22 Congress 

Gardner Henry, 2 Change ave. 

Gardner Jos. P. 22 Congress 



I Glidden & Williams, 11 1 Stare 
Glover Theodore R. •> Central wharf 

! Goddard Benj. 'J Merchants row 
Goddard Nathaniel, 9 Merchants row 

I Goddard Wm. W. 1 1 i State 

I Goodwin Wni. II. 13 Doane 

; Gookin S. II. 2 7 Doane 

i Gordon G. W. 2 Merchants Exch. 

! Gossler & Co. 31 India wharf 

.Gray F. A. ill State 
Elall Andrew T. 114 Milk- 
Hall E. P. 41 Kilby 

' Mall Jacob, 39 Lewis whf. 

i llallet Geo. W. 19 India [street 

Hammond Wm. 11 Custom House 
Hastings Elenry & Co. 128 State 
Hawes J. P. & Co. 22 Centr.d wharf 
Ilemenway A. 37 Eewis wharf 
Ilemenway Chas. P. 37 Lewis wharf 
Ilenshaw J. A. 75 City Exchange 
Ili.'ginson Chas. J. 114 State 
Hobart Aaron, jr. 40 State . 
Homer & Sprague, 36 India whf. 
Hooper Robert C. 39 Central whf. 
Hooper Samuel & Co. 2 Pemberton 

square 
Howe George, 13 Exchange 
Howe Thomas, 13 Exchange 
Howes & Crowell, 45 Kilby 
Hulburt Charles, 1 Union wharf 
Hunnewell J as. 7 Eewis wharf 
Hunnewell J. F. 7 Leu is wharf 
Hunnewell J. L. 9 7 Commercial 
Huntington & Weld. 30 Central whf. 
lasigi, Goddard. & Co. 3>; Central 

wharf 
Jellison Zachariah, 18 Central wharf 
Kahler J. 9 7 State 
Kidder J. G. 42 India 
Kingman Abner, 32 Tndia wharf 
Kuhn Geo. II. 40 State 
Kuhn W. P. 40 State 
Lamson A. D. 66 State 
Larkin, Stackpole, & Co. 4* State 
LAWRENCE A. & A. & CO. 82 

Milk 
Lewis, Bailey, & Co. 19 Central 
Lincoln Arthur F. 8!) Court 
Lord George C. 21 Merchants Exch. 
Boring <Sc Co. 34 India wharf 
Lowell Augustus, 60 State 
Mackay G. IE 75 State 
Mackav R. C. 75 State 
Mackay T. B. 7 Doane 
Magoun & Sons, H(5 State 
Mansfield N. P. 127 State 
Massey Stephen D. 02 Kilby 
McGregor James 40 State 
Melledge J. P. 40 India wharf 
Messenger G. W. I Batteryniarch 
Minot C. H. 20 Court 
Morse S. T. 40 State 
Nash, Spaulding, & Co. 87 Broad 
Nichols Frederick S. 19 Central 



»VAH t CARLTO.V, <fc CO-* Mauufaeturers of the Celebrated liVAH 
FKICTIOA" BIATCH, V i to It) i Friend Street, iiontou. 



520 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTOR*". 



Whitney, Cushing, & Co. 27 Kilby 
Whitney Israel 0. & Co. 39 KUby 
Whitney S. 236 State 
mercial ! Wigglesworth Edward, 16 India whf. 
Wigglesworth Thomas, 16 India whf. 
Wildes A. II. 5 7 Fulton 
Wildes Moses B. 19 Doane 
Williams & Hall, 5 Kilby 
Willis Clement, < s Kilby 
Wills, Edmunds, & Co" 86 State 
Wills If. G. 118 Milk 
Winsor Nathaniel & Co. 127 State 
Worth ington W. & Co. 20 Central wf. 
Yarrington R. II. 2D Central whf 
Young & Emmons, 44 Kilby 

Metal and Composition Roof- 
ers. 
Parker Chas. S. & Sons, 108 Charles 

and 5 Liberty square 
Riley II. 's Sons, 94 and 100 Beverly- 
Metallurgists. 
Stevens Flux Co. 32 Feuiberton sq. 

Metals. 
American Magnesium Co., II. M. 

Warren, pres. 5 Liberty square 
Austin F. B & Co. 92 and 94= North 
Beal, K ndall, & Co. 69 Merrimae 
Benedict & Burnharn Manufacturing 

Co. 08 Federal 
Brooks H. W. 68 Federal 
Clapp E. II. (old and new), 156 and 
158 Broad [Leather 

Clapp F. & Sons, 29 to 35 Shoe and 
Crocker Bros. & Co. 124 State 
CtlONIN.JOIIN, 884 Federal (see 

page 808) 
Crowley J., Albany, corner Curve 
Cutler E. P. (broker), 15 Kilby 
Deana George W. 47 Black:- tone 
EDMOND JAMES & CO. IS Lib- 
erty sq. (see back colored page) 
Ellison dime?, 20 Broad 
& Co. 10 Central | Farrar, FoLtett, & Co. 73 & 75 Black- 
stone 
Folsom Mark, 84 Fulton 
Foster & Roby, 178 and 180 Coml. 
Fuller, Dana/& Fitz, 110 North 
Hamblen C. T. 8G North 
Haskins & Montague, 170 Broad 
KILL ROWLAND, Carlton's wharf. 
E. B. (see page 725) [eral 

Holmes, Booth, & Haydens, 17 Fed- 
Howard Benjamin's Sons, 26 Kilby 
Jtihuson Henry M 36 India 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. 75 North 
n.d ISii | Li.-s! -erger A. K. 145 and 14 7 North 
; Locke Samuel B. Comey's whan" 



Merchants — continued. 
Nichols II. F. 51 Central wharf 
Nichols Richard C. 19 Central 
Nickerson F. & Co 

wharf 
Nickerson & Co. 189 State 
Barker Peter, 202 State 
Parkman P. M. 49 India wharf 
Peck A. G. 8 Kilby [wharf 

Peirce Henry A. 67 Commercial 
Peirce & Bacon, 84 Water 
Perkins Win. & Co. 66 City Exch. 
Pickering. Wmslow, & Co. 164 State 
Pierce Wm. P. 31 State 
Pratt E. F. 25 Central wharf 
Pratt F. S. 25 Central wharf 
Prince John B. & Co. 66 State 
Reggio Nicholas & Co. 31 Cent'l whf. 
Riddell S. S. 92 State 
Rideout & Roberts, 127 State 
Ropes Wm. & Co. 60 State 
Scudder II. & Co. 123 Commercial 
Sears E. & R. W. 104 State 
Sears J. Henry, 92 State 
Sears Paul, 228 State 
Seavy T. II. 9 Fulton 
Shaw Q. A. 114 State 
Shelton P. S. & Co. 4 Central whf. 
Shimmln Charles F. 202 State 
Simes & Farley, 10 Central 
Simpson M. H. 127 Milk 
Slater A. C. 56 State 
Sleeper Jacob, 3 School 
Soesumn Bro?. 38 Central wharf 
Sprague Wm. 11 Central 
Spring A. C. & Co. 52 Kilby 
Stan wood Jacob & Co. 10 

Market 
Scorer R. B. 47 India wharf 
Sturgis James, 80 State 
Stnrgis H. P. c\ Co. 80 State 
Tap;Van Sewall, :;9 State 
Taylor Isaac, 16 Kilby 
THW1NG S. C. & CO. 77 State 
Tilton Stephen 

wharf 
Tobey E. S. 103 State 
Torrev Simuel, 50 City Exchange 
Trull John. 43 Bowker 
Tudor Co. 20 Court 
Upton Geo. B. 33 City Ex-hange 
Upton Geo. B. jr. 33 City Exchan 
Van Praag & Co. 15 Central whf. 
Wade R. S. 17 Pemberton square 
Wakefield Cyrus, 36 Canal 
Wales T. B . & Co. 70 State 
Walker & Pro. 17 Merchants row 
Warren & Co. shipping, 132 

State 

WELD JOHN D. 11 Rowe's wharf I MAY & CO. 1 Proa 1 (see inside back 
Weld J. G. 13 Doane [wharf cover) 

W.-td William F. & Co. 42 Central |-Mc NAUGHT PETER & SON, 23 
White A. H. 12 Central wharf | Burke (see page. 803) 



North 



Whi'e P. C. 47 Central wharf 



Mo- -lev & Ho Igman, 75 Broad 



G,VKl).\E(t CIllLSO.V. .Uiuiuiactiutr an I D.aler in 
KAXGKS, STOVES, &e., 99 ami lot Bluikstone St. 



KUd.VAl'KS 
Button. 



METALS — MILLINERS. 



521 



Mowrv A. E. (old and new), 120 to 
1 28* Cross 

Nay lor & Co. 80 State 

Pike John, (Thorbey's lining metals), 

20 Charlestown 
Power James & Co. 376 Federal 
Revere Copper Co. 4 7 Kitnv 
Rieb iriL* & Co. 40 to 44 North [kers) 
Shatluck L A. & Co. 5 Broad (bro- 
Stetson & Pratt, 28 Broad 
Stevens Flux Co. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Timson ScTitcomb, 405 Broad 
TopliiF, Lothrop, & Co. 93 North 
Tuckerman Samuel, 156 State 

Meters. 
American dieter Co. 23 West 
BLAKE GEORGE F. & CO.,. 51 

Chardon (steam pump and water. 

see page 686) 

Mica or Isinglass. 
Gould J. J). 20 Union 



Demorest Madame (patterns), l Cen- 
tral place 
Dillon Catharine, 400 Washington 
Dollman Julius, Mrs. 99 Pleasant 
Donaldson J. II. Miss, 39 Bedford 
Donavcr M. E. Miss, 260 \\ "ashington 
Doten C. H. 801 Washington 
Doten M. T 1807 Washington 
Dow & Bennett, 28 Winter 
Dowd Margaret, 1811 Washington 
Downey M. E. 591 Washington 
Dwyer Hannah, 815} Washington 
EldridgeS. R. 10 Hanover 
Fennel ly M. M. 4 9 Temple place 
Fowler R. S. Miss 1 1 Avon place 
Freeman L. W. Mrs. 25 Winter 
French A. 1). Mrs. 1071 Wash. 
| Fulton Lucretia B. 262 Meridian 
I Goepper E. M. Mrs. 332 Sumner 
j Guenter J. Mrs. 172 Hanover 
Guenther C. C. Mrs. 558 Wash. 
Haley A. J. 91 Hanover 
Haley C. T. 208 Hanover 
Haley N. C. 167 Court 



Military Goods 
BENT & BUSH, Court, cor. Wash- j Hardy L. Miss, 120~Trernont, 

ington [Washington | Harney M. A. Miss, 13 Guild row 

Cunningham Geo. H. & Co. 141 ! Henley Sarah Mrs. 29 S. Margin 
Pollard & Leightou, 104 Tremont i Holbrook Misses, 8 Avon place 

.Mill Furnishings. j 1]°™ K : £' *L 6 Yn*?* i -i r 

trmM ,, , ,, f . XTr , Tr .'oi\ n o -,-, Hubbard J. \\ . 6 Loohdge building 
:: - S & ^S??^? D ' k U i Hughes Catharine A. 553 Wash. 

Jewett Lucy E. 1850 Washington 
Johnson T. M. Mrs. 683 Washington 



Haverhill (see page 816) 

Milliners. 
Adams C. M. Miss, 120 Tremont 
Atkins J. Mrs. 5 Winthrop blk. E. 1 
Bailey M. A. 6 71 Washington 
Barnes M. F. Miss, 6 Winter 
Batchelder S. E. Miss, 145 Tremont 
Bernard E. 176 Hanover 
Biue Amelia Madame, 35 Boylston 
Bo-well M. A. Mrs. 107 Hanover 
Bowler A. & K. 742 Washington 
Boyle I. M. 121 Broadway 
Boynton R. I.). Miss. 14 Avon place 
Bradley C. 28 Winter 
Brown* J M Mrs. 71 Cambridge 
Burke Catharine Miss, 19 Winter 



i Kelley II. E. B. 79 Hanover 



Chamberlin M. A. Miss, 43 Winter 



Clark Lydia P. Mrs. 40 Pleasant 
Cloves G. M. & Co. 25 Hanover 
Coffin H. B. 789 Washington 
Conners P. W. & Co. 143 Court 
Connolley W. 643 Washington. 

37 Winter 
Conwaj Bridget A. 1847 Wash. 
Corbett Alice Miss, 1S2 Broadway 
CosteHo Margaret A. 401 Wash. 
Covlc Sophia Mrs. 186 Hanover 
CraffVy M. 411 Washington 
C'-csp;- H. J. Miss, 117 Dudley 
Crimp J. E. Mrs. 1831 Washingto 
Cunningham II. 262 Hanover 
Daniels |$. \. 165 Broadwav 
l^via M. A. & Co. 197 Broadwav 



i — — .■ — — — 
| Kelley Misses, 195 Broadway 
j Knights F. M. 201 Broadway 
Knowles S. 14 Avon place 
| Linneken H. N. 196 Broadway 
I Lowell H. N. 39 Winter 
Lueey Mary A. 157 Summer 
Macbrien Isabel, 15 Hanover 
I Macreadv & Keefe, 4 7 Winter 
I Magwre & Egan, 29 West , 
! Marvin .1. A. Mrs. 667 Washington 
MeCabe Marv, 36 W. Dedham 
McCaffrey C" & S. 7 75 West 
McCarthy Ellen A. Me-s. 16 Meridian 
McDermott M. A. & Co. 1834 Wash. 
McGowan Ellen A. 295 Hanover 
McGowan E. J. 4 7 Cambridge 
McKenna Miss. 212 Hanover 
McLaughlin & Benneit, 8 Avon pi. 
i McQuade & Lihbv. 286 Wa.-h. 
Blears Martha 108 Fourth 
Milkman Sarah Mrs. 339 Wash. 
I Monney Eliza A. 83 Maverick, E. B. 
Monro." J. C. & Co. 26 Hanover 
Monroe S. C. Mrs. 1 Central place 
Morgan W. A. 298 Hanover 
Murphv M. A. Miss, 165 Summer 
New i,>n M A. Miss. 711 Tremont 
Nourse Georgie A. Miss, 154 Tremont 
O'Brien Kate, 57 Maverick. E. 1». 
Olmstead Lucy M. Miss, 60 Meridian 






IS Ml TI Al. Lit i: !N". CO. of Springfield, ^ias-. Ros- 
on Street \ SOUTH BUM.VTEAD, General Agent. 



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Milliners — continued. 
Page; Carrie K. Mi<s. 2V Winter 
Palmer N. M. 247 Washington 
Phipps V. '■>:> Leverett 
Pope A. A. & M. J. Collins Misses, 

23 Winter 
Porter M. Mfcs, 1764 Washington 
Heed J. K. Miss, 52 Warren 
Reinick II. 1). Mrs, 31 Hanover 
Roeth M- & 0. 174 Tremont 
Sampson M. I>. 21 G Hanover 
Sleeper O. C. & Co. 9.) Hanover 
Smith A. Mrs. 10 Harrison avenue 
Smith S. F. 4 7 Winter 
Sparrow J. F. Mrs. '210 Hanover 
Stone William II. 9 Tremont row 
Swan E. W. 1048 Washington 
Thompson M. E. Mrs. 164 Tremont 
Tilton Samuel, 343 Washington 
Traill & McKenna, 215 Hanover 
Viekery James Mrs. 228 Hanover 
Warren R. 90 Court 
Wethern's, 20 Hanover 
White G. F. 40:) Washington 



Millstones. 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill (see page 816) 
Millwrights. 
1 Abbott J. F. 35 Haverhill 
American Water Wheel Co.. A. War- 

ren, agent, 31 Exchange and 387 

Federal 
Bartlett & Rolfe, 93 Merrimac 
DUNCAN ik NASH, 176 Commer- 
cial (see page 698) 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 and 

11 Haverhill (see page 816) 
McLaughlin G. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 
| McLean C. R. 8 Lewis, n. Ferry 
Mineral Water. 
Coburn, Lang, & Co. 100 Worcester 
Comstock, Gove. & Co. 30 Canal 
GUSHING J. II. 278 Commercial 

(see page 097) 
FAIRBANKS & BEARD, Howard 

Atehnaeum (see pa<re 803) 
Goodwin E. S. 218 Washington 



Williams E. & Co. 643 Washington j MeConologue D. 123 North [bury 

and 37 Winter 
Wilson R. G. Mrs. 84 Tremont 
Winton L. 1356 Tremont 
Wood C. T. 52 Cambridge 
Wood Mary Jane, 31 Meridian, E. B. 
Woods M. & A. 53 Prince 
Wy att & Brown. 7 West 
Young N. Mrs. 124 Broadway 

Millinery Goods ( wholesale. ) 

Birch & Henderson, 19 Milk 
Brown Geo. A. & Co. (importers of 
French flowers) ', 221 Washington \ 
Browning, Pickett, & Co. 249 Wash. 



Robinson, Wilson, & Legalle,102 Sud- 
Vincent & Hathaway, 1260 Wash. 

Monumental Works. 
HARRINGTON JOHN. 4G0 Tre- 
mont, c. Chapman (see page 833) 
Mortgages. 
EVANS BRICE S. 31 State, r'm 14 

Morocco Case Manuf. 
Lauten Edward A. 221 Washington 
Ray, Rogers. & Co. 75 Summer 
Thaxter Joshua, 8 Bromfield 

Morocco Leather Dealers. 
Caldwell T. B. & Co. 288 Wash. | Amer Wm. & Co. (manufs.) 21 Pearl 
Carpenter, Plimpton, & Co. 174 Wash | Boyd S. ik Co. 27 Pearl 
Button B. P. &* : €o. 30 and 34 Milk j Bush, Clark, & Co. 16 Pearl 



Buxton T. W. 107 Fulton (manuf.) 
j Dyer Smith, 7G Pearl 
j Ed on & Turner, 134 Pearl 
Hall George. S. 6 Pearl (manuf.) 
j Ilartshorne & Co. 74 Pearl 
199 i Hard Win. 86 Pearl (manuf.) 
i Kellev Wm. A. <x Son, 77 Kilby 
H. & CO. 12 and 14 ; Kimball B. & B. M y Pearl 
J Leman N. R. jr. 7 7 Kilbv 
' Lennox P. & Co. 2 Pearl St. House 
Packer George, 87 Kilbv (manuf.) 
Pevear 6c Co. (manufs.) 85 Milk 
Sewali M. B. 12 Pearl (manuf.) 
Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange 
SOUTHER J. Jit. & CO. 63 Kilby 

(see page 7o5) 
Sumner & Nichols, -Norfolk av. n. East 
Waitt A. 71 Kilby (manuf.) 
Webster & Co. 86 Milk (manufs.) 
, WHALL & MANSFIELD, 2 Pearl 
i (linings) 
| Willey E. jr. 43 Pearl 



Frost Bros. <x Co. 1 I Summer 
George -John C. 179 Washington 
Griffiths C. W. & Co. 16 Milk 
Hastings C. A. 13 Milk 
Heckle, Davi,;, & Co. 23 Milk 
Heywood, Jameson, & Clark, 

Washington 
HORTON Vi 

Franklin 
Lowell If. N. 39 Winter 
Mandell, Pun-ill. & Co. 15 Franklin 
MeClearen, Wentworth, & Co. 14 

Milk 
Miles Purr. & Co. 8 Miik 
Moore, Pickering, & Co. 17 Franklin 
Ordway Pros. 6c Co. l-> Milk 
Plimpton J. W. & Co. 1">S Wash. 
Prescotfc, Wood, ,\ Dyer. 2 Milk 
Royce, Tuck, & Co. 43 Milk 
Ryan M. & H. 166 Washington 
Sleeper, Fisk, & Co. 31 Milk 
Veazie Wm. 11. 166 Washington 



GAUD .\U II Ciill.Sijy, Muauractnrtr ami Dealer i»i PtRAACKS, 
KAA'G&S, STOVES, &c, 99 and 101 ISlnuk^touc St., liostou. 



MOULDING MACHINES — NAILS. 



523 



Moulding Machines. Music Stores. 

HAWKS & LIERSEY, Second, cor. | BlanchardL. A. 69 Court (importers 
E (see page 693) I of band music) 

Mouldings {nih.) j Clapp Charlea C. 69 Court 

Brass ft. H. 21 Portland ' Cundy VV. H. L195 Washington 

MEYER C. E. & CO. 7 ami 8 Difcjon Oliver & Co. 277 Washington 
IMmes-bPk.'Hay market square, and HAYNES J. C. & CO. 33 Court 
103 and 10 7 Friend (see page 805) j Howe Elias, 103 Court 
Sowle John, 120 and 122 North j Koppitz, Pruefer, & Co. 30 West 



Russell G. D. & Co. 126 Tremont 
Stratton George W. 3 75 Washington 
TURNER JOSEPH W. 3 Chelsea 

WHITE A. W, 86 Tremont (see 

page 827) 
White, Smith, 6c Perry, 300 Wash. 

Music Teachers. 



Mouldings ( Wood.) 
BOSTON PLANING & MOULD- - 

LNG MILL; J. A. Robertson, 393 | 

Federal, cor. Furnace (see p. 6i>5) 
Foyc N. W. 19 Harvard place 
MANSON & PETERSON, Border, i 

cor. Decatur (see page 700) 
McNUTT JOHN J., Novelty Wood ! 

Works. Wareham and Maiden sts. j 

rope twist and spiral (s'-e p. 818) 
Paul Joseph F. & Co 441 Tremont 
PICKENS & WASHBURN, 147 ! 

Merriinac 
PIERCE S. H. L., 1025 Federal Baldwin N. J. 83 Sudbury (drums) 

(seepage 684) - J BRACKET'!? J. VV. 18 Avery (see 

Rand Jacob & Co. 21 Wareham front colored pa^e) 

ROBERTSON JOHN A. 393 Fed- j Crosby Walter, 59 Court 

eral (see page 695) j Hall & Quinby, 62 Sudbury 

SAFFORD EDWARD, 2 Paul I Hook E. E. & G. G. 1131 Tremont 
STEARNS A. T. 22 State (see | (organs) [porter) 

[ham 



{See also Teachers of Music.) 
PAIGE J. B. Mrs. 246 Washington 

(see page 698) 
TURNER J. VV. 6 Winthrop block 

Musical Instrument Makers. 



page 



Wentworth Seth, 35 and 39 War 
Music. (Military Bands.) 

Bond's Cornet Band, 6 Franklin are. j 
Boston Cornet Band, 3 Tremont row, 

room 3s l 
Brown's Brigade Band, 80 Wash. 
Christie's Bind, 103 Court , 
Edmund's Quadrille Band, 103 Court j 
Germai.ua Serenade, W. C. Nichols, ' 

agent 33 Court 
Gilmore"s Band, J. Thomas Baldwin. I 

agent, 7-i Washington [103 Court; 
i I ill's Boston Brass & Quadrille Band, j 
Hall & Quinby, 62 Sudbury 
Humphrey Geo. W. (quadrille 

hand), 163 Court 
Joyce's Quadrille Band, 69 Court 



Schneider Hermann, 95 Pleasant (itn- 
Stratton George W. 3 75 Washington 
Richardson & Lehnert, 46 Portland 
WHITE A. W. 86 Tremont (see 

page 827) 
White E. VV. 18 Mechanic 
White Ira E. S3 Sudbury (repairer) 
White J. H. 59 Court 
Wright E. G. & Co. 71 Sudbury 

Nails. 
ABBOTT & HOWARD, 11 Oliver 

(see front colored pa'je) 
Chessman W. II. 9 Central (slating 

nails) 
East Bridge water Iron Co., Rogers & 

Sheldon, 83 Water 
LAZELL. PERKINS, & CO. 28 

Broad 



Metropolitan Brass Band, 103 Court kforss A . g. 210 Commercial 

t ^ nd ' j Mount Hope Iron Co. J. M. Leonard 
agent and treas. 120 Milk 



Miehael O'Connor, leader, 6 Tre- 1 



mont 

Powell Geo. H. 103 Court 

Ryan's Band, 103 Court 

lavage's Qnlrille Bind, T. L. 

Savage, leader, 5 Endicott 
Music Publishers. 
Davenport Bros. 25 Temple place 
Smith S. D. x II. VV. Treinout, opp. 

W,khuu * 



VV 



R. Pa 



me, 



Old Colony Iron Co 

36 Broad 
Robinson Iron Co., Leeds, Robinson, 

^ Co., agents, 75 & 7 7 North 
Rounds L. 6c Co. 75 & 7 7 North 

Nail Co., H. P. Tobey, 23 



Tremont 
Broad 
Wareham Nail Co., Leeds, Robinson, 
& Co. 75 & 7 7 North 
Stratton George W. 375 Washington Weymouth Iron Co., Isaac Pratt, jr., 
White J. 60 Washington (blind I agent, 134 Milk [ing) 

music) [ Wilbur A. & Co. 112 Tremont (slat- 

lS *.\.H, SJARL.TOX. &. €«»., Mnuuf.uturers of the Celebrated Ji VA.M 
rUUTIOZV MATCH, \i:l to JLOS Fiieud Street. IJostou. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Naphtha. I Greenlaw Alexander, 1721 Wash. 

JENNEY STEPHEN, 46 India (see Grundell Herman, 1049 Shawroutav. 
pa<«-e 806) MeDermott A., Hampden, c. Dudley 

AIILLS W. R. 46 India (see page 



681) 
PORTER, CROSS, & MESSER, 
110 .Milk (coal tar, see page 690) 

Naturalization Office. 
Rowean Thomas, 110 Federal 

' Naval Architect. 
VARNEY WM. H. Sumner, cor- 
People's Ferry avenue 

Naval Stores. 
Fearing, Rodman, & Swift, 23 & 25 

Commercial 
Greene & Sweat, 7 India 
Hoxie T. W. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Kittredge J. & Co. Go Commercial 
Masurv A. C. & Co. 28 India 
NEWTON OIL CO. C. M. Peirce, 

agent (rosin). 116 Water 
Smith Charles & Co. 6 Central wharf 
Story J. C. & Co. 10 State 
Whiton, Bro., & Co. 31 Commercial 

Navy Bread. 
AUSTIN C. F. & CO. 116 Com- 
mercial (see page 660) 

Needle Manufs. 
CURRIER, PIIILPOT, & CO. 5 

Hay market square (see page 813) ' 
Spring Sewing Needles, Leavitt & 
Brant, agents, 50 Brorafield 

Nets and Seines. 
American Net and Twine Co. 43 

Commercial 
Lord II. cSc G. W. 89 Commercial 

Nickel Plates. 
Remington Wm. H. 14 Province 

Notaries Public. 

(For full list of Niitnriea in Boston, see 
pngeft.) 

ADAMS CHAS. B. F. 5 Court 
ADAMS ALBERT W. 5 Court 
ANGELL & JENNISON, 46 Wash. 
ASKENASV If. 19 Court 
DYER FRANCIS S. 75 Summer 
JACOBS FRANCIS W. 28 State 
MORSE JAMES C. 6^ Carver 
MORTON E. W. 28 State 
RITCHIE .JAMES, 1:2 Xiibv 



McTear J., 1047 Shawmut avenue 
Murray James, Grove-Ha'.l ave., near 

Moreland 
Strong Wm. C. 19 Merchants row 
Trautman Ma; tin, 803 Warren 
Walker & Co., Dennis, cor. Eustis 

Nurses. 

Abbott Mary A. 6 M. H. 4 O shorn pi. 
Adams Mark Mrs. 553 Shawmut av. 
Armstrong D. 3 Irving plaee 
Ayer Jane, 66 Myrtle" 
Baldwin L. A. 46 Irving 
Barker Caroline, 198 Harrison ave. 
Barnard Eliza A. 9 Ohio place 
Barnard Lucinda, 5 Norfolk place 
Barry Mary, 88 Newland 
Bartemus Susan, 11 Albion 
Bell Hannah, 33 Tabcr 
Berrick Hannah C. 89 Chambers 
Blake D. C. 14 Marion 
Bresha Mrs. 32 N. Bennett 
Brown Sarah, 34 Myrtle 
Burdick Huldah, 90 Newland 
Chesman Hannah, 41 Village 
Clark Abigail C, 97 Mvrtle 
Clark F. A. 6 Hollis (registry) 
Coffin Sarah A. 9 And-rson 
J Cousins Eunice D. 35 Sheafe 
j Darling Eliza, 129 Hudson 
Dickens Hannah F. Mrs. 105 Havre 
Douglass Elizabeth Mrs. 2 Chelsea ct. 
Emerson Mary B. Miss, 3 7 Hudson 
Everett Sophia, 59 Dover 
Fisher E. T. 13 South Russell 
Fisk C. PI. rear 225 Tremont 
French M. W. 2 Dover place 
Hastings D. Miss, 14 Marion 
H&yes Mary, 6 Auburn 
Homer T. K. Airs. 351 Silver 
Huckins Lucinda Mrs. 563 Wash. 
Ingalls Mary Airs. 35 Oak 
Irwin Eliza A. 659 Washington 
Jennings 1. B. Miss, 11 Nassau 
Kempton Sophronia, 2 Percy place 
' L;:ne Hannah, 78 Pleasant 
j Liltleaeld Ephraim, 31 Auburn 

McClintoek E 10 Blossom 
! Minard Sarah, 4 North Russell [pi. 
j Miuer Louisa H. 1 M II. 3 Osborn 
j Moody Sophia Airs. 267 Athens 
; Mundo Charlotte, 70 Suffolk 



I Sye A. S. Mrs. 6 Norfolk place 
Nurserymen, Seedsmen, and j p ;ir k S. 171 Cambridge 

Florists. j p t vjb v Adaline, 6 Norfolk place 

Bowditch Azel, Warren, n. Grove ; Prescott Mary A. 158 Dudley 



Hall avenue 
Bowdith Henry II., 

Edge wood 
Chubbuck Charles P. 

Bower 



\ V arren, opp. 
Warren, opp. 



Remson Josephine, 47 Church 
Richardson Almira, 107 Poplar 
Ri-hirdson Jane P. 2 Chester place 
Ricliardson M. A. B. Mrs. 541 Wash. 
Rosa Abigail, 2 Spring court 



OAUO.\Eli CIIII.SOX, annuifn<turtr mid Denier in Pl'K* ACfe.Sj 
KAXGES, STOVES, «kc, 99 aii'l 101 liluelistone St., Boston. 



NURSES 



OIL AND CANDLES. 



b'Zo 



Ryder Lucy V. 107 Pleasant 
Sminpson Mary A. 3 Wright court 
Sanderson M. W. 51 Cabot 
Scotield L. S. 6 Maple place 
Smith S. E. D. Mrs. 40 Cliff 
Sprague Julia \V. 21 Prescofct place 
Station! S. 39 Harrison avenue 
Stetson S. 1>. 17 Bedford 
Stoddard Henry B. Mrs. 12 Blossom 

court 
Stoddard Susan P. 3 Vinal place 
Stone B. 12 Blossom court 
Stone Julia A. 19 J M. II. 1 O shorn pi. 
Terrell Eunice Mrs. 83 Baxter 
Torr A. Mrs. 5 Norfolk place 
Trask Eliza J. 26 Palmer 
Varney Hannah H. 69 Chambers 
Walker Geo. Mrs. 64 Union Park st. 
Ware E. 4 Wells place 
Whalin C, D, corner Athens 

Nuts, Bolts, &c. 

American Nut & Arms Co. 47 Kings- 
ton 

McCaun & -Burns, 23 and 25 Fulton 

United States Standard Nut Co. 4 7 
Kingston 

Oakum. 

SEWALL, DAY, & CO. (manufs.) 
83 Commercial 

Train Wm. G. (manuf.) 32 Fulton 

Oars. 
Cragin & Sheldon, 184 Broad 
Windsor & Bradlee, 13 Comm'l whf. 

Oculists. 
Dix John II., Hotel Pelham 
FRANKS EDWARD S. 313 Wash. 

(see page 665) 
Whitman E. F. 110 Court 

Office Furniture. 
(See '(Emitting Mouse Furniture.) 

Oil and Candles. 

Sperm and Whale. 
* Denotes the manufacturers. 
BARTLETT J. K. 127 State 
Barney & West, 204 State 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial 
Blaisdell J. & Co. 45 India 
Bradshaw & Patch, 7 Central wharf 
Brown F. L. & Co. 16 7 Milk 
Cratts & Williams, 5 and 6 Comm'l 

Wharf 
Crane, Waite, & Co. 14 Central 
1.)01){;EJ()IIN T. & CO. 6 Custom 

Mouse street (see page 834) 
Emery Rulus, 2 Pearl street House 
Jackson E. 214 State 
Jones T. J.&Co. 2ls Broad (eodftslj) 
Leonard Geo. II. 246 Congress 
LEONARD JAMES A. 138 Broad 
Lincoln Wm. k Co. 15 Central 



♦Maguire F. & Co. 41 India 
Manning & Bro. 105 Fulton 
Manuel W. 40 Hanover 
♦Mason, Whiting, 6: Co. 102 North 
Masury A. C. & Co. 28 India 
♦Milliken E. T. ,v Co. 21 N. Market 
Mixer, Whitman, & Co. 44 Broad 
Mulliken John & Co. 75 Haverhill 
♦NEWTON OIL CO., C. M. Peirce, 

agent, 116 Water 
Norris & Milliken, 25 7 Congress 
PHILLIPS £. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 

and 1.S6 Congress 
PORTER J. & CO. 101 Water (see 

page 672) 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Richmond & Pray, 189 State and 86 

Central 
Russell & Moore, 44 India 
SCUDDER, BARTLETT, & CO. 

56 Broad 
SECCOMB, KEHEW, & THAYER, 

39 and 40 India 
SHERMAN E. A. 31 India 
Smith Heman, 19 and 21 Fulton 

(importer) 
Smith & Merrill, 6 and 8 Liberty sq. 
Soper R. & Son, 111 Commercial 
♦SOUTH ARD, HERBERT, & CO. 
. 27 Broad (see page 661) 
*Speare, Gregory, & Co. 3 Central 

wharf 
Stackpole & Reeves, 5 India wharf 
Ware & Bandy, 311 Broad 
*Whittemore W. & F. It. 32 Broad. 

Belting Oil. 
BELT & LEATHER STUFFING 

CO. P. Noyes, agent, llaseltine's 

Castor Oil stufiing lor belts and 

engine hose, harness oil, Noyes' 

patent oil saving pump, patent belt 

punch, lubricating oil, petroleum 

fluid, &c 47 India street 

Cod Liver Oil. 
Leonard Geo. H. 246 Congress, and 

59 and 65 Purchase 
Marston J. & Co. 227 Commercial 
Parsons & Co. 27 to 30 ( .'ointu'l. whf. 
PHILLIPS E. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 

and 186 Congress 

Curriers' Oil. 
| BARTLETT J. R. 127 State 
Ba.-sett &: Whiteomb. 7 Bath 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial 
Curry Daniel, 104 Water 
Emery Rulus, 2 Pearl Street House 
Fry e Joseph F. & Pro. 1S5 & 167 

Congress 
Gale Milton £ Co. 258 Congress 
I Greene & Sweat, 7 India 
I Hoskins M. W. & Bro. 25 and 26 
Commercial wharf 



M*SS\t HtTSEI'TS 3IUTUAL. LIFK 
ton otfiee, 173 Washington Stree*| 



INS. CO. of Springfield, Mass. Uo*;- 
JOILV liUaiSTKAJD, General Ag«ut. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Oil and Candles — continued. 
Leonard Geo. H. 246 Congress, 59 

and 65 Purchase 
LEONARD JAMES A. 138 Broad 
Mulliken John & Co. 75 Haverhill 
Narragansett Od and Guano Co., 

John B. Hatch, treas. 198 State 
Norris & Mi Hi ken, 255 Congress 
Osborn John & Son, 190 Congress 
PHILLIPS E. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 

and 186 Congress 
SECCOMB, KEHEW, & THAYER, 

40 India * [56 Broad 

SCUDDER, BARTLETT, & CO. 
Smith Heman, 19 and 21 Fulton 
Smith & Merrill, 6 and 8 Libert/ so. 
SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see page 661) 
Staekpnle & Reeves, 5 India wharf 
Ware & Bandy, 309 and 311 Broad 
Wise & Russell, 213 State 

Kerosene Oil. 

Barney & West, 204 State 
BARTLETT J. R. 127 State 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial 
Bradshaw & P,»tch, 7 Central whf. 
Brown F. L. & Co. 167 Milk 
Capen & Pierce. 8 Custom House st. 
Cruwell Bro. & Co. 92 Sudbury 
Dodge E. P. & Co. 8 Tremont 
Dodge F. S. 84 Chard on 
DODGE JOHN T. & Co. 6 Custom 

House st. (see page 834) 
♦Downer Kerosene Oil Co. 108 Wa- 
ter, factory First, cor. A 
Eureka Oil Co. 85 Friend 
Farrar A. & Co. 23 Central 
Hebard B. F. & Son, 149 Broad 
HOWE & FRENCH, 69 Blackstone 

(see page 74) 
*Howlett Geo. C. 25 Central whf. 
JENNEY STEPHEN, 46 India (see 

page 800) 
Kidder, \ au'jhan, & Co. 42 India 
Lincoln William 6c Co. 15 Central 
Maguire F. & Co. 41 India 
Manning & Bro. 105 Fulton 
Masury A. C. & Co. 28 India 
MeKenney C. II. & Co. 523 Wash. 
Hears Bros. & Co. 121 Water [665) 
MERRILL BROS. 215 State (seep. 
Merrill E. O. 4 9 Charlesrown 
Mulliken John & Co. 73 Haverhill 
NEWTON OIL CO., C. M. Peirce, 

agent, 116 Water 
Oriental Coal Oil Co.. W. & F. II. 

Whittemore, agfe. 32 Broad 
PORTER J Oil N & CO. (coaline), 

101 Water (see page 672) 
Russell & Moore, 44 India 
SCUDDER, BARTLETT, & CO, 56 

Broad [40 India 

SECCOMB. KEHEW, & THAYER, 



GAUl>XKR tlULSO.V, Mauufact 
RANGE'S, STOVES, «fcc, 09 a 



[SHERMAN E. A. 31 India 

Smith & Merrill. 6 and 8 Liberty >q 
I SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

j , 27 Br.xid (see page B61) [wharf 
[Speare, Gregorv, & Co. 3 Central 
Stackpole & Reeves, 5 [ndla wharf 
j Walker S. & Co. 40 Clinton 
j Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
[♦Wilkinson, Carter, & Co. Maverick 
1 * Oil Works, 31 India 
j Yeoinans D. M. & Goss, 31 India 
Lard Oil arid Stearin?. 

:*Alden E. G. 181 Broad 

; BARTLETT J. R. 127 State 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial 

j Bell Wm. G. & Co. 48 Commercial 
DODGE JOHN T. & CO. 6 Custom 
House st. (see page 834 ) [State 
*Goodridge James L. & Son. 150 
Haseltine Wm. B. & Co 11 and 13 
Foster's whf. [65 Purchase 

Leonard Geo. H. 246 Congress, 59 & 
Manning & Bro. 105 Fulton 
♦Mason, Whiting, & Co. 102 North 
Mears Bros. & Co. 121 Water 
Mixer, Whitman, & Co. 44 B.oad 
Mulliken John & Co. 75 Haverhill 
NORTH, MERIAM, & CO, 33 and 

34 North Market (see page 699) 
Rice & Davis, 5 Central wnari' 
SCUDDER, BARTLETT, & CO. 
56 Broad [40 India 

SECCOMB, KEHEW. & THAYER, 

; SHERMAN E. A. 31 India 

i Smith & Merrill, 6 and 8 Lib -rtv sq. 

j SOUTHARD, HERBERT, & CO. 

j 27 Broad (see page 601) 

j Speare, Gregory, & Co. 3 Central 

i wharf 

I * Whittemore W. & F. II. 32 Broad 

Linseed Oil. 
Bragdon, Tavener, & Co. 8 India 
j Calcutta Linseed Oil Works, Israel 
G. Whitney & Co. agts. 44 Kilby 
| CARPENTER, WOODWARD, & 
i MORTON, 107 State 
j Chelsea Oil Co. 25 Broad 
j Crocker M. & Ce. 9 India 
| Perkins <Sc Blanchard, 23 Central 
(brokers) 
Rogers, Crocker, & Co. 19 Doane 

> Lubricating and Machinery Oil. 
BARTLETT J. R. 127 State _ 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial 
Blaisdell J & Co. 45 India 
Bradshiw & Patch, 7 Central whf. 
Coffin C. P., Old Harbor wharf 
Crane, Waite, & Co. 14 Central whf. 
Curry D. & Co. 104 Water 
DODGE JOHN T. & CO. 6 Custom 

House st. (see page 834) 
Harris Joseph, jr. 411 India 

urer and Dealer in FURXACBS, 

ud 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



OIL AND CANDLES ORGAN BUILDERS. 



527 



Ifowlctt Geo. C. 2.") Central wbarf Petroleum Oil. 

JKNNKY STEPHEN, 46 IndU (see I JENNEY STEPHEN, 46 India (see 

page < s:, 6) 



Leonard George K. 246 Congress, 59 
and 65 Purchase 

Lincoln Win. \; Co. 15 Central whf. 
Manning & Bfo. L05 Fulton 
•Mason, Whiting, & Co. 100 North 
Mswury A. C. & Co. 28 India 
MKURILL BUGS. 215 State (see p. 

665) 
Morrill E. O. 47 Charlestovm 
Milliken E. T. & Co. 21 N. Market 
MILLS WM. R. 46 India (see page 

681) 
MulHken John & Co. 75 Haverhill 
NEWTON OIL CO., C. M. Peirce, 

agent, 116 Water 
Page Samuel, 4 Liberty sq. 
POUTER JOHN & CO. 101 Water 

(see page 6 72) 
Richardson L. 55 and 56 India whf. 
Russell & Moore, 44 India Oil Meal 

SCUDDEK,BARTLETt &CO 56 Chelsea Qu Co 25 ^ 

SiXCmiB,KEHKVV, & Ti C liYE 1 ':! Cr0Cke, ' iL H " & Co ' 9 Mia 
SHERMAN E. A. 31 India Oil Paintings. 

Smith & Merrill, 6 and 8 Liberty sq. IIENDRICKSOX, DOLL, & RICII- 
SOUTIIAED, HERBERT, & CO. | ARDS, 28 Summer (see page 679) 

Opticians. 
Ailman John II. 30 Bromfield 



Lootz & Prince, 32 India (brokers) 
MILLS W. R. 46 India (refined, 
set- page 681) 

Rosin art<l Chemical Oil. 
NEWTON OIL CO. C. M. Peirce. 
agent, 116 Water 

Oil Carpetings. 
Folsom A. & Sons, 7 7 Summer 

Oil Clothing. 
Babson F. H. & Co. 127 Purchase 
Eager P. B. 104 Fulton 
HaskinsE. 17 High 
KuhJman Henry, 238 Commercial 
Saver J. F. N: Co. 68 Congress 

Oil Cups. 
Train W. G. agent, 32 Fulton 



27 Broad (see page 661) 
Stackpole & Reeves, 5 India wharf 
Yeoinans D. M. & Goss, 31 India 



NecUsfoot Oil and Tallow. 
Brown F. L. & Co. 167 Milk 



j Boston Optical Works. 75 Kilby 
j Clark Thomas & Son, 195 Wash. 
j Hearing & Mills. 165 Washington 
I Dessauer Louis, 397 Washington 



Leonard Geo. II. 246 Congress, 59 j FRANKS EDWARD S. 313 Wash. 

and 65 Purchase (see pa^e GCj[>) 

LEONARD JAMES A. 13$ Broad j Hall Thomas, lit Bromfield 
Milliken E. T. & Co. 21 N. Market I Harwood Bros. 26 Bromfield 

i John & Co. 75 Haverhill Josselyn E. K. 130 Washington 



PHILLIPS E. B. & CO. 91 Fulton 



CO. 



I Pratt Wm. 515 Washington 

i Prince A. 203 Washington 

| Raymond F. C. 4 Bromfield 

! Thaxter & Brother, 139 Washington 

i 'Watson Wm. 2164 Washington 

! Weisenbaeh A. 115 Pleasant 

| Widdilield «Jc Co. 148 Washington 

j Organ Builders. 

i Boston Organ Co., Washington, cor. 

Avery (cabinet) 
I Gerrish* Wm. II. 1790 Washington 
j (cabinet) 
! Hook E. & G. G.. 1131 Treraont 

BARTLETT J. R. 127 State I Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 154 Tre- 

UofEti Charles F., Old Harbor whf. j mont (cabinet) 

•ILNNEY STEPHEN, 46 India (see : Simmons W. B. D. k Co. 190 
page 806) Charles, corner Cambridge 

LEONARD JAMES A. 138 Broad j Smith S. D. & It. W., Tremont, opp. 

~Ma«ou. Whiting, Sc Co. 102 North Waltham 

: Stevens William, N. Grove, corner 

Cambridge 
I Wirth George & Co. 593 Washington 



and 186 Congress 
SC UDDER, BARTLETT, & 

56 Broad 
SHERMAN E. A. 31 India 
SOUTHARD; HERBERT, & CO. 

27 Broad (see page 661) 
Sp-are. Greiorv, & Co. 3 Central wf. 
UPTON & CO. 51 Kilby 
•Ward N. & Co. 104 Fulton 
Ware T. M. 256 Congress 

Para /fine Oil. 



>u. Whiting, ^ Co. !'.'_ iNorcn 
Miitken E. T. & Co. 21 N. Market 
Kteharsnn L. 55 & 5G India wharf 
SHERMAN E. A. 31 India 



»V A.M. <AHLTo.\, &. <<>.. Mftuufacturers of the Celebrated BYAM 
HUCTIO.V MATCH, 92 to lO'i Frleivtl Street, Boston. 



D^ 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY". 



Organ and Melodeon IiOathcr. i Australia Coui'l .\ India w(k 



24 i-:.> 



XCaanjre 



Srnilh Edwin E 
Organ and Melodeon Tuner, 
Mason Win. II. 90 Sudbury 

Outlines for Illuminating. 
SPRINGER L. R. MRS. 301 Wash, 
(see page 66 2J 

Over-gaiter Manufacturers. 
Bkdgett F. M. & Co. 160 Wash. 
Walhs F. B. 62 Kilby 

Oysters. 
Andrews S. T. 166" Merrimac 
Atwood C. W. & Bio., 2;s Province, 

and 13 Chapman place 
Atwood II. & R. 17 Commercial 
Atwood R- F. M. 2 Bowdoin square ' 

block 
Atwood Tinioihy, 19 Devonshire 
Atwood W. II. 7 7 Union 
Atwood «5c Bacon, 41 and 43 Union 
Barley William, 96 Merrimac 
Broun is: Co., City wharf (clams, Sec.) 
Cook Robert, 600 Federal 
Cook T. 32^ Lev ere tt 
Curds I. G. 4 Canal, & Baltimore 



Baltimore, it End C< ntr.d whf. 

Baltimore So sid. Centl. wf. 

Baltimore East. Packet Pier 

Bangor Bowe'a wh irf 



I Bangor, steamer. . Foster's oou h wf. 

| Bath T wharf 

i Bath, steamer Foot Union wharf 

Bath, steamer Lincoln's uLf. 

Belfast. . . East. Backet Pier 

Brew-ter Mercantile wharf 

Bridgeport Commercial wharf 

Calais T wharf 

Calais, steamer. . ..Commercial wharf 

California Lewis wharf 

California Long wharf 

Castine Mercantile wharf 

Charleston Commercial whf. 

Dennis Mercantile wharf 

Dover, steamer. . . N. side Centl. whf. 

Eastham Mercantile wharf 

East port T wharf 

Eastport, steamer. Commercial whf. 

Galveston Lewis wharf 

Gardiner T wharf 

Gloucester T wharf 

Halifax, steamer. .So. side T wharf 

Halifax -..Fort Hill wharf 

Halifax Packard's wharf 

| Ha'Iowell T wharf 

Hingham, steamer Liverpool wharf 

Hull, steamer Liverpool "wharf 

Kennebec Riv. st.Foot Union wharf 

Kennebunk T wharf 

Liverpool, Eng. . .Constitution wharf 
Liverpool, X. S. ..Fort Hill whari 

Lubec .T wharf 

Manchester Long wharf 

Mobile Com! and Lewi? 

wharves 
Nantucket India- street 



Xew Hai 



Commercial whari 



pier 
Ford Wm. B. 186 Friend 
HANDFORD A. P. 66 Harrison ave. 
Harding J. H. 3 7 Hawes 
liases J. Y. 342 Hanover 
Higgins R. R. , v c Co. 126 Court 
Hutchinson E. II. 134 Broadway 
Jackson & Atkins, 145 Merrimac 
Jewett Asa, 720 Washington 
Johnson F. 718 Washington 
Johnson F. II. 3i Charles 
Lakeman R. 92 Fourth 
Magner J. II. 133 Broadway 
Pingree J. O. 182 and 184 Friend 
Stone Geo. G. 105 Cambridge 
Trask Ciias. T. 1801 Washington 
Wright B. S. & Co. 2 Brattle 

Packet Agents. 
Brooks H. C. & Co. 4 Lewis wharf 
Glidden & Williams, 114 State 
Lovelt C. Commercial wharf 
Peabody II. VV. & Co. 11 Liberty sq. 
Ray & Waiter. 168 State 
Siders C & Co. and F. Baker, 119 

& 123 Commercial 
Thayer & Lincoln, 13 Commercial 
Torre v F. E. & Co. 127 Commercial 
Warren & Co. 132 and 136 State 

(Liverpool and Boston) 
Wtltch Samuel & Co. 129 State 
Packets. 

J'h.<ih\tiiioa. Station. 

Albany Commercial whari'j Provincetown, st. Eastern avenue 

Alex tndria Mercantile whf. j Richmond T wharf 

Augusta, steamer. .Foot Union whf. j liockport X wharf 

GAKDXER CHIf*SO.V, alaiiiifacturer i.ntl Dealer in FLliNACJES, 

HAXGEi, STOVJES, Xc, 4 J'J ami 10 J Ulackstoiie S>t,, 11 1>» ton. 



New Orleans, stea. Commercial wharf 

New Orleans Long wharf 

New Orleans Lewis wharf 

New Orleans Commercial wharf 

New York, steam.. Fad Central whf. 

New York East Packet Pier 

New York Commercial whf. 

Norfolk, steamer. .End Central whf. 

i Orleans East. Packet Pier 

j Philadelphia So. side Cent. whf. 

{ Philadelphia Fast. Packet Pier 

j Philadelphia. stm.Loog wharf 

Plymouth Long wf. (N. side) 

! Portland N. side Centl. wi. 

I Portland, steam.. .India wharf 

i Portland, steam.. .Commercial whf. 

! Portsmouth S. side Long whf. 

I Prince Fdw. Is. st.T wharf 

i Provincetown. . -.Commercial whf. 



PACKETS — PAINTERS. 



529 



SftCO 

Savannah. . 
S it imiah* ■ 
Si'Af>port. • 



.... Constitution whf. 
. . . .Connnerci.il wharf 
.... Long wharf 
.... East. Packet Pier 
John. X. B. st.Commercial wharf 
Si JohnX N. F. Packard's wharf 

Stockton East. Packet Pier 

Troy Commercial wharf 

Truro Commercial wharf 

Washington Mercantile wharf 

WelinYet East. Packet Pier 

Yarmouth, N. S.T wharf 
Yarmouth, N. S. Mercantile wharf 

Painters. 
Carriage Painters. 
BEST ALBERT W. Parker, foot of I 

Prentiss (see page 831) 
Donahue Wm. J. 13 King [Cove i 

Eager M. E. & H. W. Hodges, 5^ I 
GILCHRIST WILLIAM, Border,! 

near Central square (see pa<je 807) I 
Holland Win. II. 1179 Tremont 
Howard Henry, 171 Harrison ave. 
Marchant Henry, Web; ter, near Or- j 

leans 
Palmer & Bruce, 664 Harrison ave. 
Roberts J. E. 6 Bumstead court 
Richardson B. 44 Eustis 
Ilyan Joseph T. 83 Hampden 
Tobin Michael, 333 Chelsea 
Tin tie J. W. 147 Beach 

F> etco Pa inte n\ 
LKAZER Yf JLLIAM S. 46 Temple 

place (see page 701) 
Butler P. A. 17 Pemberton sq. 
'A ILL WILLIAM, 20 Studio build- 

ing (see page 672) 
Emerson \\ m. II. 85 Charles 
Fisher L. 40 School 
Guelpa Philip, 121 Court (camera) 
Uaherstrph vS: Xeedham, 608 Wash. 
iiandcock Z. & Co. 9 State 
Lydston Wm. 5214 Washington 
McPherson W. J" 19 and 440 Tre- 
mont 
Perry L. F. 46 Temple place 
lieduian E. F. 31 Bowker 
SAVORY T. C. 13 Tremont row 

(banner, see page 684) 
Strauss C. W. 13 Tremont row 
lVailbiirg& Sherry, 602 Washington 
WolU«s& Co. 12 West 

//oti.*ff. Sign, and Fancy Painters. 
AfTnew William, 5 Warren 
Amsley Thoinas, 1100 Washington 
Allen A. J. i:; North Anderson 
•M ■■; ■'.-•ton W. J. n Batterymareh 
Austin Henry. Federal, near Dor- 
chester ' 
UAILEV C. W. 460 Tremont (<ac 

MAKER T. 122 Commercial 



Balcom E. II. 1">1 Portland 

Barry E. 152 Dover 

Barry Jas. E. 315 ConmsriiaJ 

Bartle t A. B. 63 Merrimac 

Bowles H. A. 213 Broadway 

Boyntou J. D. 2 Market 

Brown , Union Park st. 

Brownell U. T. L40 Rugglea 

Bruce P. A. & Co. 205 Commercial 

Burgess T. H. oSH Tremont 

Burrill & Whitney, Athens, cor. F 

Busell II. 85 Meridian, E. B. 

Butler P. A. 1 7 Pemberton sq. 

Butler Geo. A. 239 Meridian, E. P>. 

Butts George & Son, 9^ Lewis 

Cabot Henry, 46 North 

Campbell John 1>. 250 Meridian 

CARL WILLIAM, 20 Studio budd- 
ing (see page 6 72) 

Carlin N. 4 Cushman ave. 

Cass Clark C. 33 Central 
CLARK B. M. & CO. 71 Broad and 
2 Lewis [Warehanu 

Clark Cyrus T. 10 State and 4."> 
Clark & Getting, 690 Washington 
Cloutman John S. 220-^ Washington 
Connell Joseph P. 80 Warren 
Conway Wm. H. 16 7 F 
Conway & Keleher, 1 Howard 
Cotton John, 6 Harrison ave. 
Currier Lewis 1 Warren ave. 
Currier S. Q. k J. M. 110 Water 
Dean Benjamin, 98 Richmond 
Dexter & Avelmg, 419 Washington 
Donovan & Bragdon, 27 Kingston 
Driscoll & Lawler, 135 Beach 
Emerson W. II. 85 Charles 
Erskine Charles, 102 Eustis 
Everbeck J. & P. 132 Broad 
Farrington Wm. F., Dearborn, near 
Eustis 

| Fay Robert R. 14 Blossom 

'■ Ferber C. 1191 Tremont 

! Flood H . 19 Province 

j FROST & WEBBER 23 7 Cominl. 

j Garfield & Co. 69^ Union 

j Golden Patrick, 71 West Dedham 

t Goodwin J. R. 46 Devonshire 

i Granger Erastus, 58 E. Canton 
Green D. S. 39 Sudbury 

j Green S. Adams, 9 Kast Castle 
Griffin John, 14:; Merrimac 

, Ilaberstroh & Needham, 608 Wash. 

; Hall J. M. & Co. 2 X. Russell 
Hambiln J. S. & Eli, Havre, corner 

Decatur 
Hand William F. 1408 Washington 
Hastings Samuel, 30 Hawley. 
Hathaway T. D. 5 Beach 
Haven &*Dexter. 531 Washington 
Heath & Butler, 88 Hampden 

j HOBBS II. B. 242 Comm'l (grainer 
and gilder, see page 699) 

I [lodtre Thomas S. 55 Warren 



(HI SETTS MUTUAL LIFE 
"" oific*, 173 Washin-toi. Street 

34 



\*5. CO. of Springfield, Mass, I>o«*- 
; JOHN BUMSTEAD, General Agent. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Pait&er* — continued. 
Houston James M. 84 Chardon 
Holland F. 311 Tremont 
Hughes Peter J. 58 West Castle 
Humphrey D. 0. 1800 Washington 
Ilimtoon f. B. 753 Washington 
Hutchinson G. B. 10 Broad 
1 1 viand A. F. 268 Washington 
JACKSON ANDREW, L34 Dover 

(see page 803) 
Jenkins Henry, 250 Broad 
Johnson Wra. 158 Dover 
Kauffer J. T. .3 7 Canton 
Kautfer T. L. 1176 Washington 



Rolland John H. 17 Blossom 

Kose II. C. 11 Bedford 

BOSTON J. W. 7;] and 7:, Canton 
(see page 826) 
I Russell E. K. 22 H iwley (grainer) 

Salmon & Bloyd, 14 Norfolk pi u e 
j SAVORY T. C. 13 Tremont row 
t (decorative and fancy, see p. 684) 

Scott II. H. G. 127 Merrimac 

Simpson & Barrus, It] Leverett 

Smith J. II. 2.58 Broad 
] Shay Thomas, 63 Bartlett 
| Simonds 6c Seilon. 23 Hanover 

Skillin Ivory, GO Hampden 



Kendall John B. 2 Market (grainer) I Snelling E. H. 161 1 Hanover 



Kilroy Peter, 5 Station 
Knox Charles H. 152,6 Washington 
Lamphere Edwin, Fourth, near I. 
Lapham I. T. 59 Emerson 
Lawrence & Co. 4 Merrimac 
Li (lie 6; Jones, 63 Merrimac 
Litchfield & Pope, 34 JIawley 
Longley Francis E. 81 Cambridge 
Lord B, F. 65 Cornhill 
Lyford & Boyce, 10 Broad 
Magee & Bowen, S2-.V Leverett 
Magner Richard, 526 Washington 
Marshall J. 66 Cross 
Martin John S. 12 Hawley 
Martin Terrence, 1558 Washington 
McGreavy John, IS Prentiss 
McKeague A. 35 Charlestown 
McKenna James, rear 30 Kingston 
Mitchell <k Murphv. 7 7 7^ Federal 
MOORE BROS. .7 Boylston 
Moore Wm. E. 12 Howard and 

Tremont 
Morris Thomas D. 143 Broad 
Munroe J. J. 117 Warren 
Neal Wm. 113 Merrimac 
Newell L. 72 Harrison avenue 
Nichols & Miller, 129 Congress 
Nowlan Thomas, 168 Blaekstone 
Noyes Charles E. 92 Harrison ave. 
Nbyea E. L. 152 Dover 
Nugent J. II.. Albion, cor. Chapman 
Nye David C, rear 43 Howard 
O'ConneU Maurice, 52 Warren 
O'Gorman Oscar R. 9o Federal 
Page & Gordon, 8 Pleasant 
Palfrey John C. 1769 Washington 
Park Charles K. 18 Bedford 
Paul R. 6 Chardon (grainer) 
PERRY H. A. 17H Tremont (see 

[ a,'e 838) 
Perry L. F. 46 Temple place 
Peterson E. T. 2 Creek sq. 
Pratt S. G. jr. 4 Hayward place 
Puachard T. 83 Friend 
Rawson James, 54 Charles 
Redding Bros. 7 Court ave. 
Redman E. F. 31 Bowker 
Richards Francis, 16 Chapman pi. 
Richardson B. 44 Eustis 



Somerby F. T. 65 Coruhill 
| Sprague George VV. 751 Federal 
j Stafford Isaac D. 20 Kueeland 
j Stone Nathan, jr. rear 193 Dudley 
I Stone Thaddeus, 16 Derne 
| Street John, 269 Tremont 
j Sweatt & Emery, 335 Founh 
j Thaxter & Window, 78 7 Wash. 
j Townsend Charles, 65 Pinckney 
; Turell J. II. 133 West Brookline 
j Walsh J. 700 Washington 
I Walsh J. 91 West Brookline 
j Walsh Peter, 1 7 Clark 
| Weston L. B. 15 Guild row 
| Weston & Putnam, 31 Province 
j Wetherbee Daniel, 16 Devonshire 
j Wharton Robert, 7 23 Washington 
! Wheeler Chas. E. 51 Commercial 
j Whiston David, 4 74- Kingston 
! Wiggin B. F. & G. II. 11 Dudley 
3 ! Williams G. 33 Province 
j Wingate J. I. 602 Washington 
{ Woodbury T. S. 342 Commercial 
Wymm M. J. 26 1 Friend 
Yendell George, 22 Hawley 

Marine Painters. 

Drew C. 22 Tremont 
j Norton W. E. 12 West 
j Peterson John E. C. 12 West 

Portrait and Lanrfscape Painters. 
i Adams II. O. 36 Winter 
JBadgerT.it. 36 Winter 
j Baker M. K. Miss, 43 Studio budding 
1 Bannister E. M. 228 Washington 
! Barry Charles A. 460 Washington 
: Bement Louis W. 32 Winter 
■ Billings E. T. 55 Studio building 

Brackett Walter M. 41 Tremont 
i Brown II. L. Mis.-, 83 Studio building 
j Brown J. AppletOn, 23 Studio bmid- 
j ing (landscape) 

Burdick U.K. 12 West 
I Carpenter E. M. Miss, 82 Studio 
j building (landscape) [scape) 

| Champney Ren;. 21 BromGeld (land- 
I Champney Edwin G. 12 Wist 
| Chandler Joseph G. 58 Bedford 
| Cobb Darius, 228 Washington 



GARDSE1J C11ILSOX, jUamvfttcturer and JDealo in Fl'RA'ACES, 
KAXGES, STOVES, «fce., !>'.> and 101 ftlacltatonc St., Uostoii' 



PAINTERS 



PAINT MILLS. 



581 



1 tU J. F. 56 Studio building 

, ...!.iu A. A. Miss, 28 Temple pi. 
• i-r.r K. L. 22 Tremout row 
Ihciae I. (.'. 32 Studio building 
Kberhardt W. 238 Washington 
i, I wants T. 81 Studio bniiding 
i [well Jerome, 5 State (landscape) 
I n iekirt«? J. & 48 Winter 
reite It. G. 11 Walnut 
| leteher J. G. 45 Studio building 
Furneax C. 375 Washington 
Gerry S. L. 22 Studio building 
Uregory Anna M. 460 Washington 

(landscape) [landscape) 

Grijigs S. W. 44 Studio building 
ii mley Vv r . H. 49 Tremont 
Ihrtwell A. 228 Washington 
liiii Thomas, 49 Studio building 
Uodgdon S. P. 2S Studio building 

(landscape) 
Hunt Win. M. 32 Summer 
Hubbard Charles, 19 Tremont row 
Johnson N. T. 27 Studio building 
Johnston T. M. J. 32 Summer 
Kncvlton FLTtn 31. 32 Summer 
Kuan Ernest, 48 Studio building 
Lay F. L. 36 Winter 
Lydston Win. 521 k Washington , 
\ferriam A. L. 88 Studio building 

(photograph) 
Merrill II. W. 34 Studio building 
Mi', s John C. 12 West 
Miles S. S. 32 Winter 
N'ewcomb J. J. jr. 30 Studio build'g 
Sites G. E. 33 School 



Nixon C. L. 228 Washington 

Norton W. E. 12 West 

Nutting Benjamin F. 32 Summer 

(and landscape) 
Outaank N. B. 223 Washington 
Porter B. C. 46 Studio building 
Pratt II. C. 8 Bromrield 
Preble M. H. 25 Winter 
l ! r;or Wm. ftl. 36 Trenton, E.B. 
U.-e ! II. Miss, 25 Studio b. (crayon) 
Ritchie S. II . 25 Winter 
Richardson E. Prof. 19 Tremont row 
Ruwse S. W. 53 Studio building 
lima C. B. 5 State (landscape)" 
Kiuaett Moses B. 32 Winter 
Samuels B. 32 Winter (microscopic) 
■ v wyer Adelaide R. 460 Wash. 
v inner L. A. 289 Washington 
Sehroff Hans, 85 Studio building 
Shapleigh Frank H. 79 Studio budd- 
ing (landscape) [photograph ) 
Shennan A. A.' Mrs. 28 Winter 
Soathwiek A. R. 59 Studio building 
S|Hrar Thomas T, 49 Tremout 
S'UftficJti Ghas. E. 54 Studio b. 
btettfon S. 0. Miss, 29 Studio b. 
Stevens Emma F. 246 Wash. r. 24 
jkj&fc-J. Warren. 25 Bromtield 
iUcotab W. H. 460 Wash. 



iVander Weyde Henry, 12 Weat 
\ VVaitz R. 174 Tremont 
, Wenige G. 36 \V inter 

I Whitney L. S. Mrs. 48 Winter 

i Wight Moses, 228 Washington 

j Wild Hamilton, 32 Summer 

i Williams Frederick [). 4 7 Stud'o 

building (landscape) 
| Williams V. 5G Studio buildino- 
; Young Harvey, 32 Summer 

Shade Painter. 
[Marden George II. over City Scales, 

Haymarket sq. 

Ship Painters. 
I BAKER THACHER, 122 CommVi 
' Bruce P. A. & Co. 205 Commercial 
| Clark B. M. & Co. 71 Broad and 2 

Lewis 
Ellis Sam'l F. foot Sumner, E.B. 
I FROST & WEBBER, 237 Comm'l 
[ Jenkins Henry, 250 Broad 
j Lpveland D. & J. 63 Sumner 
j Nickerson & Gorham, 29 Sumner 
; Smith J. H. 258 Broad 
| Stinson B. H. & Co. 6 New, E.B. 
Sign and Standard Painters. 

BEST ALBERT W., Parker, foot 
Prentiss (see page 831) 

BlackmerC. YY. 96 Court (tablet 
advertising cards) 

Butler P. A. 17 Pemberton sq. 

Cabot H. 46 North 

Childs F. E. 27 Dock sq. 

Cloutaian J. S. 220} Washington 

Dexter & Aveling, 440 Washington 

Eaton Charles O. 42 Court 
; Fi lie brown James. 1708 Wash. 
J Haberstroh & Needham, 608 Wash. 
1 Hai-ali W. F. 6 7 Kifby 
! Handcock Z. & Co. 9 State 
i Lawrence & Co. 4 Merrimac 
| McPherson Wm. J. 19 & 440 Trem. 
(Redman E..F. 31 Bowker 
! SAVORY T. C. 13 Tremont row 
(banner and decorative, see p. 684) 
j Smith E. L. 36 Washington 

Somerby F. T. 65 Cornhill 
; Somerby L. 40 School 
: Wolcott Josiali, 106 Sudbury 
Paintings. (Oil.) 
\ Beebe Wm. 21 Bromfield. room 3 
; Childs A. A. & Co. 127 Tremont 

De Vries, Ibarra, & Co. 145 Tremont 
! Hendricisson, Doll, & Richards, 28 
! Summer 
: Poinier C. P. & Co. 7 Williams ct. 



Sinclair D. D. is West 
Tolman L. A. 803 Washington 
Williams & fcyere'tt. 219 Washington 

Paint Mills. 
Boston Lead Co. 49 and 53 Bro.id 
Briggs it Robinson, 31 Batterymarch 

HYaji, c.viua'ax, & CO.. .H<iuutivetur«rji of the Celebrated BYAIU 
FUICTSO^* MATCH, 93 to 103 Friend street, iiostou. 



532 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRFXTORV. 



Paint Mitt*—- continued. } Palm-leaf and Hats 

CARPENTER. WOODWARD. & Ellis C. F. & Co. 95 Broad 

MORTON, 107 Mate | ]> errin £) C & Co< ,., , V;irl 

Folsom, Gitman, & Pope, 63 and 65 1 Rand It. R. k Co. 5.3 Chatham 
Broad 

Uld Paper Bag Manufd. 

! Binney & Co. 6t Kilbv 



HOLMES & BL ANCHARD, 9 

11 Ha\ erhdl (see page 816) 
Todd F. W. 18 Central wharf 



Paints, Oil, and Glass, 
lird J. A. k. W. & Cc. 209 State 



Dillingham & Co. 36 Merch. row 
I Hidden & Hill, 21 and 22 So. Marl 

Paper Boxes. 
; Baird Jacob, 20 Bedford 
1 Barnes Walter S. 38 Water 



Boston Paper Box Manuf. 40 Hanov'r 
131 Congress 



BOSTON LEAD CO. (manu&O ^ ! BAY STATE BOX FACTOR! 

and 53 Bro ,d (sea page 696) J 105 , frmover (see 

Bragdon, 1 avener, & Co. 8 India 

Brainard, Baker, & Burgess, 22 Bro'd ; qjj YMPXi'Y G F 
Briggs & Robinson, (manufs.) 31 and j / gee pa V79x) ' 

33 Batterymarch | Dit . ker £ a ° Geo / H . 30 to s6 Green 

PARPFVTP WOO™ v Engelhardt M. 12 Howard 

MOPTr v ;V,7 ??<£<&> ' Grant Franklin, 142 Washington 
MORION, 107 and 109 State \ Grose j h R 109 Court * 

r r V ! r T> r n J m I fef « , ^ ' HARRINGTON GEO. B. 105 Han 
CLARK B. M. & CO. 71 Broad and] over (see 685) 

2 Lewis [eial whart ! - 

Crafts & Williams, 5 and 6 Commer- 

Crowell, Bro., & Co. 92 Sudburv 



Hatch H. B. 188 Washington 
Morse Brothers, 22 Bromueld 
National Paper Box Co., 2 Pearl st. 

House 
Novelty Paper Box Co., E. W. 

Wright, proprietor, 170 Wa^L. 
Trickey Wm. M. 40 Hanover 

Paper Collar Manufacturers. 

American Moulded Collar Co. 96 

Wash., Solomon S. Grav, supt. 



Cutler A. L. & Co. 14 7 Milk 
Dexter Bros. 55 Broad 
Field, Haven, & Co. 132 Milk 
Florence Lead Co. 8 India 
Poison^ Gilman, & 

Broad 
Folsom <Sc Dearborn, 10 India 
Haven & Dexter, 531 Washington 
Henshaw, Brigham, & Co. 154 State I Bay State Collar Co. 109 Essex 
HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, j Boston Star Collar Co. 28 Arch 

39 Elm (importers of window and ; Crescent Collar Co., Hawley. Folsom, 

plate glass, see page G73) { & Martin, 13 Otis 

HOWE & FRENCH, 69 and 71 1 Gray Allen F. 50 Sudbury 

Blackstone (see page 674) GRISWOLD 1). C. & CO. 164 and 

How land W. 311 Tremont 166 Devonshire (dealers) 

Hunt John W. (manut'.) 105 State International Paper Collar Co. 23 
King E. & F. >'% Co. 26 India .Morton pi., Andrew A. Evans supr. 

Marshall H. X. F. & Co. 78 Broad j Small, Baxter, & Co. 15 Arch 
MERRILL BROS. 215 State (sec p. | Paper Hangers. 

Avn b K v nri,. ,,, « , ! Bolton L. C. 21 Pitts 
Miller Bros, .V \\dhs 22b Broad , Chamjler & Co . n Stoddard 
Morns Ihoraas D. 143 Broad and 22 Buckley J. 284 Washington 

PORTER, CROSS, & MESSER, S^f ^t^± 

,,„,,.„ , . ...' .. ,, ri . JblJiitJonn v.. -> t iiawlev 

110 Milk (agts lutcmeCo. Paints, Qoldthwait & Dunshee, 14 Chapman 

Bait see page 690) I Hamblin N., Havre, n. Decatur, E. B. 

mpim&^ C p u^Pnr^fl *>n« A. F. 174 Hanover 
RICHAEDSON CHAS. & CO. 61 p eargon F A , No Ru ^ u 

., -"J ** i Simpson Joshua. 171 Hanover 

btodder Charles, ,5 kilby (importer Starkweather Josiah F. 204 Wash. 

glass and paints) 
Todd F. W. & Co. IS Central wharf! Pa P 9r Hangings. 

* Denotes the Manufacturers- 



ustus <\" Co. 6 
ttowla 



JO In 



aia 



Aran 

,L-i 



luo-i 



P. R. 49 Trcmont 



Towne Au 

Wadsworth. (lowland, & Co. 34 India 

Wheeler Asahel, 67 Water j *Baker C. II. & Co. 383 Wash. 

VYwwall R. H. 14 Warren [Bancroft J. II. 121 Hanover 

Wood Henry's Son & Co. 45 Broad [ *BigeIow J. R., Hayden & Co. 41 
(painters' colors) I Federal 



tiAttD.\i;u CHILSON, Manufacturer and Dealer in FURNACES, 
ItA-NCi&S, STOVES, «fcc, l>9 and lOl BJ»ck*toue St., Boston. 



PAPER HANGINGS — PAPER WAREHOUSES. 






•Breed H. A. 16 Kliot ! Howe John. 517 Broad 

BUMSTKAD J. F. & CO. 148 Tre- 1 Lodge John, 186 Fulton 
inmit and 36 & 38 West (see page Marplea & Shaw, 55 Ware: 



6 9 9 I 
Kil - VV. B. & Co. 23 Bromfield 
(iuKGORY & ROBINSON, 225 

\V;hii. (see back colored page) 
Hickey & Lalley, 8b Lenox 
Homer, Caldwell, & Co. 52 Union 

and 39 Friend 



Newsotne Win. 39." Broad 
O'Sullivan •!. 59 Water 
Bewick T. 316 Broad 
RICK, KENDALL, & CO. 



42 & 4 1 



\l 



S. 90 Meridian. E. B. 



H OWL A XI) & JONES, (late Otis 
Norcross & Co.) 24 South Market 
(see pa^ 798) 

Marston John A. 15 Marshall 

Matthews Wm. jr. 1 19 Milk 

Noves E. W. & Co. 1827 Wash. 

RtJGERS & CO. 107 Federal (see! 
page 6G2) I 

Scwall J- L. & Co. 49 and 51 Court! 

Strahan T. & Son, 25 Corn hill 

•Walker & Co. 100 Union 

•Ward & Waldron, 53 Union 

•Wiirsr'tn Charles E. 151 Hanover 



Papar-Mlakers' Supplies. 
Daniell Otis, 15 Congress 
Grant Moses P. & Co. 81 Water 
KICK. KENDALL, & CO. 42 Water j .Charter John, 32 Friend 

(see page 671) 
Taylor Geo. W. B. 24 Water 



Water (see page 6 7 1) 
Ring M. A & Son.-% 215 Broad 
Bobbins F. N. 310 Broad 
Stearns Amos F. 52 Brattle 
Stewart J. & W. 360 Broad 
Thompson J. P. 46 Devonshire 
TIMSON & TITCOMB, 405 Broad 
Virgin Geo. A. 21 Water 
Warren S. D. 91 Milk 
Wilder & Co. 60 Water, c. Congress 

Paper Warehouses, 
* Denotes the Manufacturers. 

* BACON J. A. 84 Washington 
j Baldwin S. P. 64 Federal 
i *Binney & Co. 64 Kilbv 
I *Bird F. W. & Co. 55 Water 

Botsford C. B. 27 Ilawley 

Botsford, Hall, & Co. 29 Hawley 
j Brooks I). B. & Bro. oo Wash. 

Carter Bros. & Co. 27 Milk 



Ihi 

W, 



Winslow W. H. & Co. 147 Milk 
Paper Manufacturers. 
PORTER, CROSS, & MESSER 

110 Milk (tarred and sheathing, see 

page 690) 

Paper Rulers. 
Collins S. V. 13% Congress 
Deniain & Son, 7 and 9 Spring lane 
Earl & Hand, 49 Washington 
Mectric Ruling Co. 7 and 9 Spring 

lane 
Reason Frederic N. 136 Wash. 
ne« R. P. 21 Cornhill 
>l Charles F. 114 State 
Paper Stock. 
RUhop Robert & Co. 213 Broad 
Bryant Dexter, 73 Water 
1 barter J, 32 Friend 
* larke II. M. & Co. 89 Milk 
Collins M. 1 Russia wharf 
lordinjrlev W. S. & F. 409 Broad 
CliOXtX JOHN, 884 Federal (see 

pa^e 808) 
Enjerson A. & Co. 324 Broad 
Ftnw Xorris, 127 Haverhill 
Folsani Mark, 8 [ Fulton 
I *U*r Josiah. 55 Water 
<;~«n: M«wes P. & Co. 81 Water 
!i ifcj» w & Co. 82 Devonshire 
H -krll Brothers, 29:? & 295 Broad 
M Wen Ss Ildl, 21 So. Market 



Chase E. 1). 21 Commercial 
*Clarke H. M. & Co. 89 Milk 
Collins & Pinkham, 24 Friend 
Comstock, Emerson, & Co. 59 Water 

* Crane Luther, 8 Federal 
*Crehore Lemuel & Co. 15 Congress 
Cutter. Tower, & Co. 89 Devonshire 
Dillingham E. & F. 50 Water 
Dillingham Freeman, 50 Water 
Dillingham & Co. 36 Merchants row 
Fay & Cross, 12 Central 

I Hagar & Co. 82 Devonshire 

! Hoare Frank, 71 Congress 

| Hidden & Hill, 21 South Market 

Jones Peter C. & Son, 26 W.-.ter 
\ Lowell, Brett, & Hale, 280 Wash. 
! Marshall, Son, & Haynes, 4 7 Cornhill 
i McAdams Wm. & Co. 18 Water 
i*Munroe Jas. S. 5 Liberty square 
; RICE, KENDALL, & CO. 42 & -14 
Water (see page 6 71) 

Roberts II. B. 13 Arch 
; Roberts J. N. & Co. 20 S. Market 
!*Sainpson Edwin II. 19 Exchange 

Spa-ulding Bros. 74 Milk 
j STORRS A. ^c CO. 54 and 56 Corn- 
bill (fancy see page 691) 
[Taylor Geo: W. B. 24 Water 

Thayer B. It. & ^o. 57 Water 
jTileston & Hollingsworth, 26 Water 
l*Upham J. & Co. 16 Pdackstone 

Warren I. F>. & Co. 14 Spring lane 
i*Warren S. D. 91 Milk [Water 

I Wheelwright G. W. & Sons, 48 

• Wilder & Co. 60 Water, c. Congress 



! - -■! & Cutler, ::5:> Broad 
S*A***CH( MTTTS MUTUAL- UFE INS. CO. of Ppriitgfleld, M»»s». Bos- 
ton tnlW, i?;t na«l»i»Kta« Street? JOHN BWISTEAD, General Agent. 



534 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Papier-Mache Manuf. Mil lor William, 29 Washington 

Webster William W. 7:3 Commercial Page Cyrus A. 5 Milk 

Robinson Charles, #4 Congress 
Parched Corn, &c. | Sherburne Win. 33 School, mom 58 

Godfrey Henry I, 59 Cambridge j Smith A: L. & Co. 31 Wash. 

Haskins J. W. & Co. 5 Fulton [Thompson, Abbott, & Co. 5 S 

Parlor Furniture. 
BOSSOM & BORSJI, 68 Albany' 



(see page 8:50) 

Passepartouts. 
Kihlgren C. A. 123 Washington 

Mutter Frederick, 24 7 Wash. 
Passport Agents. 
ADAMS A. W. 5 Court 
ADAMS CHAS.-B.-JF. 5 Court 
Amory Jonathan. 18 State 
Gilbert Benj. W. 18 State 

Paste and Sizing. 



building 
Tilden Howard. 63 CornhiU 
Tilden II . L\ & Co. 63 Cornhill 
! Williams B. W. & Son, 90 Wash. 



Patents. (Solicitors of.) 
; Abbott C. E. 47 Court 
i Adams Joseph II. 33 Sehool, room 26 
Batchelder J. M. 16 Pemberton sq. 

j Barton S. M. 65 Studio building 
i Clarke Thos. Wm. 24 Studio building 
Cooper Samuel, 13 Exchange 
Crane John E. 46 Court 
Crosby, Halsted, & Gould, 34 School 
i Curtis Frederick, 32 Wa>h. 
Bassett & Yvbiteomb, 7 Lath (pre- Eddy R. H. 76 State 

P ared ) I EDSON WILLIAM, 40 & 41 Studio 

HALL G. W. & CO. 10.5 Haverhill i building (see page 672) 

(Noah's improved, see p. 810) HUMPHREY EUGENE, 38 Old 

UNION BASTE & SIZING CO. 102 ; state House (see page 832) 

! Jenks L. P. 7 Court square 
j Newton J. L. 27 Tremont row 
! LOMBARD N. C. 40 Stare (seep. 
j 693) 
! SHEDD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 

(see page 668) 
! Sleeuei C. F. 33 Sehool 



Central 

Patent Articles. 
Brown & Alden. 144 Washington 
COOLIDGE GEO. 3 Milk 
Davenport Geo. M. 144 Wash. 

Patent Enamelled Leather. 
Ames R. W. & Son, 32 Ruggles- 
Bacon John & Co. 140 Pearl 
Foley B. & A. 166 Congress 
Merritt F. S. 9-3 & 9 7 M.Ik & 1 Pearl Iwhittemore & Payne, 33 School 



. ~^epei 

i Tescheraacher & Stearns, 13 Exch. 
[Todd Paul P. & Co. 17 State 
Walker Sylvanus, 89 Court 



Pollard S. O. & Co. 63 Kilby 
Skinner James & Co. 8 7 Kilby 

Patent Medicines. 
Fitler J. P. 1 Central place 
GOODWIN GEORGE C. &CO. 

Hanover 
Hall S. C. 105 Beach 



WRIGHT CARROLL D. 33 School, 
rooms 25 & 26 (see page 829) 

: Pattern and Model Makers. 
! ATLANTIC WORKS. Chelsea, cor. 
Marion. E. B. office, 114 State (see 
i pane 700) 
! Biake George, 73 Haverhill 



HAM'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY. COFFIN & TWITCIIELL, 17 II:> 

1). II. Ham & CO. 45 Central whf. 
Ktnnt'dv Donald, Warren, corner 

Vy'averlev 
SPRING F. F. MRS. 264 Federal 

(see page 6 76) 



SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO. 

North Market 

Patents, (Dealers in.) 
Beckford John D. 5 Milk 
BENT, GOODNOW, & CO. 

Washington 
Brackett J. G. & Co. 81 Wash. 
Carpenter J. E. & Co. 22 School 
Clifford J. R. Sc Co. 86 Sudbury 
Cook J. K. & Co. 89 Court 
Qottdn & Campbell, 87 CornhiU 
Manuel Brothers, 40 Hanover 
Litth field & Dame, 102 Wt-h. 
MarshjJI M. S. & Co. 22 School 



JllMiES, STOVES 



vard pi. (see page 6S5) 
Duehemin P. F. 3 7 Haverhill 
Goodridge .N Ryder, 1.01 Merrimac 
MeLauthlin G. T. & Co. 120 Fulton 
iMcNCTT J. J., Wareham, corner 
32 Maiden (see page 818) 

! Merrick Theodore B 50 Sudbury 
| Merritt Benj. jr. 90 Utica 
Mingay Edward, 164 Portland 
84 , Smith "R. 11'. 18 Ilawley 

jSpaulding & Coffin, 88 Lincoln 
i Swett Samuel, Lewis, K. B. 
Turn r & Newhnll, 65 Haverhill 
; UPIIAM ITU >MAS A. 17 Harv it I 
I place (see page 825) 
: Welch, Harrison. & Co., Second, c. L 
WHITTEN MATTHEW/Border, n 
Central sq., E. P>. (pattern, see p'-:< 
701) 






Mnuufacturtr and l)«-ail«-v ia 

Ac» U9 una 101 Blacl&^toue St.. Bostou 



PAVERS — PEW CUSHIONS. 






Pavers, 
(lore D. & II- ' Traveller building 

t, ire & P iy> <n, ! 7 Traveller bldg. 
StatFbrd Paving Co. 2 7 Wareham 
Turner, Kidney, & Co. 16 Traveller 
b tailing 

Peat. 
American Peat Co., Albert Betteley, 

agent, 42£ Kilby 
Leavkt T. II. 41 Kilby (machines) 

Pedal Piano Manufacturer. 
BKACKETT JOHN W. IS Avery 
(see front colored page) 

Pegging Machines. 
ADAMS J. Q. & G. W. 22 Temple 

place (see page G76) 
BUTTE BFIELD WM. 26 Pearl (see 

page 694) 
New Era, E. Townsend, prop. 76 

Sudbury 

Pen Manufacturers. 
MESERVE & CO. 35 Sudburv (see 

page 684) 
Young R. H. 31 Washington 

Perforator of Metals. 
SHAW W. F. 615 Washington 

Perfumery. 
Atwood Charles EL 139 Summer 
Barney Geo. T. & Co. 68 Congress 
Bogle William, 202 Washington 
Burnett Joseph & Co. 2 7 Central 
Hartshorn E. 132 Water 
Heilbora Julius, 20 Carver 
Kelley & Edmands, 156 Washington 
National Chemical Co. 5 Chatham 

r >w 
Page Robert A. 15 Marshall 
Pheimeary Madame. 48 Winter 
Pynchon James L. 3 7 Eliot 
Ripley S. W. & Co. 10 9 Essex 
Shaw, Livermore. 6c Co. 112 Wash. 
Smith A. L. & Co. 31 Washington 
SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO. 32 

North Market 

Periodical Dealers. 
Backup John, 109 Dudlev 
Barnes T., E. B. fen-v slip 
Hartlett B. F. 222 Cambridge 
Bianford Wm., Chelsea Ferry 
Bibs E. S. 243 Hanover 
Boston News Co. 7 Willi-ms Court 
"urns Anna II. 73 Chambers 
«urr C. II. 332 Hanover 
Coiaee B. F. 116 Warrenton 
1 owley Josiah B. 321 Sumner 
<•!-. O. C. & N. R. 



Dyer Eliza V. Mrs. 76 Broadway 
Eastman David, 80 Sumner, E. L>. 
Emerson W. 1574 Wa?Mngton 
FENELON BROS. 282 Broad 
Franklin George E. 174 Harrison av. 
Frost & Armstrong, Albany depot 
Gallagher P. F. Mrs. 134 Merrimac 
Gates Frank, 331 Dorchester 
German David, 276 Hanover 
Hammond II. & Co. 1 Green 
Hanscora S. 8. 74 Cambridge 
Harkness L. B. 1655 Washington 
Howard D., jr., Merchants Exchange 
Hunter J. J. 60 Merrimac 
Heating William, 835 Wash. 
Kimball Geo. F. 302 Hanover 
Lindsey G. W. 1031 Wash. 
Linge Christiana, 1071 Tremont 
Loring A. K. 319 Washington 
Lovering L. W., Fitchburg Kailroad 
Marchant Henry, 196 Sumner, E. B. 
Martis B. B. 8sj- Brighton 
McDonald Mary Mrs. 65 Lincoln ■ 
Merrill William A. 73 Green 
Murphy Thomas B. 745 Federal 
Nelson J. H. 7 72 Tremont 
N. E. NEWS CO. 41 Court (whole- 
sale) 
Pemberton Thos. 77 Canton 
Phipps Joseph, 195 Cambridge 
Pond Wm. L., Broadway, bet. I k K 
Powers 1]. F., Parker House 
Powers II. W., St. James Hotel 
Prescott George II., B. H. & E. R. R. 

depot 
Rich E. R. & Son, 321 Broadway 
Safford & Co. 9 Maverick square 
Sage William, 8U6 Washington 
Sherman J. W. 115 Cambridge 
Simmons James M. 1 23 Cambridge 
Smith Peter A. 1211 Washington 
Sampson Charles M. 721 Wash. 
Stuart. A. 1838 Washington 
Swallow F. G. 115 Leverett 
Thomas R. L. 41 Charter 
Thomson Mary J. 1136 Tremont 
Thornton Nicholas W. 75 Broadway 
Titus Alden W. 207 Federal 
Tobin Thomas, 221 Broadway 
Vinson John N. 71 Pleasant 
Walden N. 12 Kneeland 
Wales C C. 91 Fourth 
Wax burton & Clement, 169 Meridian 
Ward J. 107 Endicott • 
Weston John II. 30 Central sq. E. B. 
Wheeler Geo. G., B. & M. R. R. 
Williams A. & Co. 100 Washington 

I Winki-y ^v Boyd, 662 Wash. 

1 Witt T. F. 22 7 Tremont 
Woc' 1! " i,,,r A '' 1: - M • no Sai« 



pot; 



Do- 



ury ivadie M. 102 ^aiem 

Pew Cushions. 

ALLETT JAS. II. & SONS. 17 
Dock sq. (seepage 702) 

*>*, t.ViCLTOV, &, CO., Manufacturers of tlic Celebrated BYAH 
FRICTION" BfftTCft, Ott to 102 Friend Street, ISoxlou. 



^▼hn Thomas II., Providence depot 
Jftrhing H. (). 24 Causeway II 

irig M. 



664 



deral 



536 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIIIKCTORY. 



I 



Phonographic Reporters. 
Slade James II. 199 Wash. 
Yerrinton .la. M. W. 221 Wash. 

Photograph Album Manufs. 
DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 
Roberts Brothers, 143 Washington 

Photograph Apparatus and 

Materials. 
Bryant Geo. S. & Co. 123 Wash. 
CHAMBERLAIN H. B. & W. O. 

310 and 312 Wash, (see page 703) 
DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 
French Benj. & Co. 159 Wash. 
ROBERTS BROS. 6 Franklin ave. 

(see page 806) 
Saflbrd Mark, 36 Washington 
WING SIMON, 25 7 Washington 

Photographists. 
Allen E. L. 24 Temple place 
Andrews John D, G3 Court 
Babb G. YV. 24 Hanover 
Babb Joseph. 32 Winter 
BLACK J. W. 1G3 and 173 Wash. 

(see page 703) 
Bowler F. C. 27 Trcmont row 
Bradley Wm. L. 14 Hanover 
Burnham T. R. 351 Washington 
Butter field D. W. 472 Wash. 
Chute <k Gihnore, 289 Washington 
Clarke George W. 140 Court 
Cole Charles^ 1830 Washington 
Daley John C. 1445 Washington 
Demeritt G. A. 140 Wash, (coiorer) 
Dodge Charles, 283 Hanover 
Dod<je James II. 114 Hanover 
DODGE, COLLIER, & PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 
Dole Albert A. 168 Hanover 
Dunshee E. S. 3 Tremont row 
Fisher Brothers, 193 Washington 
Foss E. J. 13 Tremont row 
Foster Bros. 213 Broadway 
Getchell W. H. 3 75 Wash. 
Hardy A. N. 202 Washington 
Hatstat A. J. G78 Washington 
Hawes J. J. 19 Tremont row 
Hawkes W. R. 74 Meridian, E. B. 
Hazelton B. C. 140 'Washington 
Heard John A. 58 Temple place 
Hentz Josiah G. 1823 Washington 
Higgins J. C.517 Washington 
Holton & Robinson, 2 Winter 
Lasselle G. P. 8 Summer 
Loomis G. H. 7 Tremont row 
Marshall A. 145 Tremont 
McCosker Thomas, 110 Hanover 
Miller Russell A. 203 Wash. 
Moore G. N. 556 Washington 
Mosely Robert E. 258 Wash, (micro- 
• seopic) 



I Pratt Charles H. 1G33 Wartiington 
J Proctor & Dodge, 2 Lewis, E. 1;. 
i Richardson J. C 12" Hanover 
; Richardson L. A. Ml Wash. 
I Richardson H. A. 22 Winter 
. Rowell Frank, 25 Winter 
| Shepherd L. H. D. 68 Broadway 

Sherman A. A. 28 Winter (painter) 
i Shurtletr Henry, 659 Washington 
i Smith Edward F. 109 Wash. 
| Smith H. G. 90 Studio building 
| Sonrel A. 4(j School 
I Soule C. W. 210 Washington 
Soule John P. 199 Washington 
Southworth A. S. 43 Winter 
Swift Charles, 90 Broadway 
Swift & Bean, 1830 Washington 
Treat James E. 142 Washington 
TURNER J. W. 47 and 88 Hanover 

and 59 Court 
Ward well W. H. 1209 Wash 
Warren O. II. & Co. 191} Hanover 
i Warren W. S. 145 & 172 Ihmover 
WHIPPLE J. A. 29 7 Washington 

(see page 808) 
WING SIMON, 257 and 200 Wash. 

and 43 Winter 
Winslow A. 93 Hanover 
Woffindale C, S. 59 Court 
Wyma'n & Co. 2G Wash. 

Phrenologist. 
Barnes A. P. 3 Tremont row 

Physicians. 
Members of the Massachusetts 
Medical Society redding in the 
city. The list prepared by Fran- 
cis MlNOT, Treasurer of the So- 
ciety. 
Abbot Samuel L. 90 Mount Vernon 
Aiken Elisha W. 717 Tremont 
Ainsworth E. S. 10 Bulftnch 
Alien Ira, 1150 Tremont 
Ames C. P., Bartlett, cor. Blanchard 

place 
Appell Jacob F. 11 South Rennet 
ARNOLD GEO. J. 174 Dudley 
! Ayer James, G Hancock 
i Bachelder S. F. 1 Dexter, W. V. 
I Bacon John, 19 Somerset 
! Ball Stephen, 19 Beacon 
I Barrett W. M. 55 Green 
| Bartlett Henry, G.si Shawmut ave. 
J Beach H. II. A. 3U Dwight 
: Rethune Geo. A. JGG Tremont 
| Bigelow George F. 33 E?sex 
; Bigelow Henry Jacob, 52 Beacon 
' Bigelow Jacob, 59 Mt. Vernon 
' Blake John G. ^~> Harrison ave. 
i Bodge J. II. 15 Hanson 
j Borland John N- 69 Mount Vernon 
\ Both Carl, 16 Boyston place 
I Bowditch Henry I. 113 Boylston 



CiAKOXKIt CUIL.S02Y, MuuuiucturtT and U«ul<r iu PUHNAt-JCSi 
K.lXUEij, STOVES, d&c, 99 aud 10 1 Blackatoue St., liosUui. 



PHYSICIANS. 



537 



Brown Buckminster, 59 Bowdoin 
Brown Francis II. 97 Waltham 
lin^w C. II. II Hancock 
i> owue W. A. 575 Tremont 

1 



tubicr Joseph A. 31 Hancock 

HL'Irua C. K. 5U Worcester 
Buady Frank E. 40 Harrison ave. 
Kuniham (,'has. A. 1 Salem 
Hu*hnell Willia t», 115 Warren ave. 
Cabot Samuel. 11 Park square 
Callaghan M. J. 107 Richmond 
Campbell Benj. F. 115 Meridian 
Campbell W.'H. 1328 Tremont 
Carney S. H. 1037 Wash. 
Carroll Albert, Dorchester, corner 

Jtn'-ios 
Chase Horace, 206 Tremont 
Cbewer David W. 1267 Wash. 
Clark- Henry G. 18 Beacon 
(lark Luther, 15 Pinckney 
Clarke Edward II. 18 Arlington 
Cleaveland Chas. D. 50 Union Park 
Codnian Benj. S. 13 Tremont 
Codman W. W. 33 Boylston 
Coil Daniel T. 31 Essex 
C&olidge Algernon, 71 Marlboro' 
Cotting Benj. E. 126 Bartlett 
Crane P. M. 1 Meridian, E. B. 
Cmnmings J. A. 1 Asylum 
Curtis Mail, 2 Spruce 
Gushing Joseph W. 1259 Wash. 
Cashing Stephen, 1064 Wash. 
Dale William J. at State House 
Damon Howard F. 2 Decatur 
Dean J. 11 Louisburg square 
Delano Barna L. 13 Merchants Exch. 
Derby Hasket, 6 Beacon 
Derby George, 102 Charles 
Disbrow Robert, 13 Lincoln 
Dix John II., Boylston, cor. Tremont 
ftobcr'ty Hugh, lbs Broadway 
Draper Joseph R., K, cor Broadway 
L>Upee Horace, 84 Dover 
DurMja Samuel H., Deer Island 
Purkee Siias, 50 Howard 
Dutton Samuel L. 103 Harrison ave. 
Eaatiiani Chas. 25 Tremont 
Eastman Edmund T. 75 Shawmut 

avenue 
l^l'SOX V. O'MEARA, 186 Dudley 
Lili- Calvin, 114 Bovlstou 
! »bvan Geo. 191 Salem 
* eft n Ari.-nias I. 3 Avon place 
Fergus ax Hugh. 61 Broadway 



Fulton John B. 260 Meridian. E. B. 
Garceau Tnfile, 14 Centre 
Garratt A. C. 9 Hamilton place 
Gavin M. F. 11 Broadway, S. B. 
Cay George H. 4 Park square 
Gay George VV. 641 Tremont 
Cordon Charles, l 1 9 Be con 
Could .!. F. 206 Broadway 
i Granger Reed B. !■'> Tremont 
Cray Francis II. 61 Bowdoin 
Greeley Geo. P. 74 7 Tremont 
Green Samuel A. 25 Kneeland 
Green J. One, 1 Tremont place 
Greene M. C. 69 Green 
Greene Xath. 2 Tremont Temple 
Greenough Fran is B. 17 Charles 
Gregg Samuel, 35 Howard 
Hall' Adino B. 89 Salem 
Hall T. jr. 2 Kingston 
Handy George W. 20 Essex [aw 

Harlow Edwin A. W. 22 Harrison 
Harlow James F. 44 Green 
Hart John 104 Tyler 
Hartnett Mnurice K. 131 Summer 
Harnood Daniel, 21 Summer 
i Haskins Albert L. 264 Tremont 
Hay Gustavus, 65 Charles 
Hayes A. A. 20 State 
Hayward George, 3 Walnut 
Hayward J. McL. 618 Tremont 
Heard J. Theo. 4 Louisburg sq. 
I Ileaton C. W. 586 Tremont 
i Ileaton Geo. 2 Exeter place 
! Hill John B. 25 Temple place 
j Hitchcock Thomas B. 169 Tremont 
I Hodges Richard M. 53 Mt. Vernon 
HoiYendahl H. L. H. 25 Somerset 
Holmes Oliver AV. 1 64 Charles 
Homans Charles D. 90 Boyhton 
Homans John, 31 Boylston 
Hooper Robert W. 114 Beacon 
Howe Samuel G., Blind Asylum 
Hubbard Geome, 9 Portland 
Humphrey O. M. 496 Tremont 
Hyde Geo. S. 72 West Newton 
Hyndman James, 110 Summer 
Inches Charles E. 88 Charles 
Ingalls P. P. 175 Broadway 
Ingalls R. M. 11 Central square 
Ingalls William, 2 Dover 
Jackson Charles T. 41 Somerset 
Jackson J. B. S. 89 Charles 
i Jarvis John F, 22 Lever ett 
Jeffries B. Joy, 1^> Chestnut 



FL*h -r TS,eo. W. Bos. Lun. Hos. S. B. ' Jeffries John, 15 Chestnut 



Hatii y T. \\ .. South Boston 
FleuherM. R. 5 Hamilton 
Hint John, i rj H ion Park 
[hat John S. 72 Dudley 
ro^gJohn S. II. 32:; Broadway 
roita Daniel V. ;>7 Maverick sqt 
Jove John W. 10 South 
■ >"auk.s L E. 36 Hudson 
ruiier Mdton. 35 Essex 

>l Vsh ii ntisi.T rs MUTfFAli LIFE IXS.Ctt. of Springfield, 3Iass. Bo-a- 
i<»» ottic©, ir.J WuaHingiou Street} J()H\ BUMSTJEAD, General Agent. 



Jenks Thomas L. 10 Allen 
Johnson W. O. 4 Beacon 
Jones Geo. Howard, 17 Cambridge 
Jones Ceo. Stevens, 17 Cambridge 
Jones Jos. S. 1 Bowdoin 
Joyce Robert D. 63 Green 
Keep N. C. 74 Boylston 
Kimball Cilman, 13 Cambridge 
Knight Frederick i. 113 Boylston 



538 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRKCTORY. 



Phj/sirians *— continued. 
Kneeiind Samuel, Mass. Institute of 

Technology 
Lamson John A. l Stamford 
Langmaid S. W. 1 Park square 
Lee Henry S. 68 Tremont 
Leonard M. Bloomfield, 7 Meridian 
Lewis Winslow, 56 Boylston 
Lincoln D. F. 575 Tremont 
Logan Samuel Moore, 49 Meridian 
Lombard Josiah S. 7 St. James ave. 
Lyman George II. 30 Mt. Yernon 



'Rolfe Enoch C. 616 Washington 
R*>pes Francis C. 104 Mt. Vernon 
Roy J. 3 ( lanseway 
: Ruddick W. II. 266 Broadway 
; Russell George, 14 Lynde 
! Russell Le Baron, 149 Tremont 
; Ryan John, o6:\ Hanover 
Salomons A. 1071} Washington 
• Salter Richard II . 1 Stanitord 
: Saville II. M. 11 Union Park 
; Scott A. L. 216 Harrison avenue 
i Seaverns Joel, 2 Dudley place 



Macdonald Wm. Lewi-*, 41 Tremont ! Sharp John C. 54 Commonwealth av. 



Mackie Wm. B. 675 Tremont 
Mann Benj. 2067 Wash. 
Mann Benj. II. 259 Dudley 
Mann Jonathan, 302 Broadway 
Martin Henry A. 27 Dudley 
McDonald A. E. 91 Salem 
McDonald James, S3 Leverett 
Me Donongh James A. 2 Lowell 
McDougall SamTJ. 18 Bovlston 



Shuttuck Geo. C. 2:} Stanitord 
i Shaw Benj. S., Mass. Gen. Hospital 
1 Shaw Henry L. 41 Essex 
I Sheldon L. R. 1552 Washington 
! Shurtleff Nathaniel B. 2 Beacon 
j Sinclair Alex. D. 3 Park square 
j Skinner Edw. M. 27 Tremont 
\ Skinner John, 821 Washington 
; Smyihe James, 34 Purchase 



McLaughlin James A. 35^ Kneeland Sprague F. P. 57 Hancock 



McSheehy J. J. 334 North 
jMifrlin Charles, 80 Beacon 
Mighill Stephen, 35G Hanover 
Minot Francis, 7 Charles 
Moffat Geo. T. 4 Hamilton place 
Moore Edward B. 194 Hanover 
Moore I. L. 1 Oik 
Morong E. P. 44 Rutland sq. 
Morland Wm. W. 90 Charles 
Morrill Samuel, 3 Kingston" 
Morse Horatio G. 62 Zeigler 
Munroe W. F. 109 Mt. Vernon 
Newell R. W. 6 Stanitord 
Nichols George H. 52 Chester Park 
Nichols Geo. M. 6 Allston place 
Nihill J. L. 203 Broadway 
Nonis Albert L. 119 Pinckney 
O'Conneil P. A. 21 Harrison ave. 
Oliver Fiteh E. 100 Charles 
Oliver II. K. 10 Joy 
Ordwav John P. 42 Bedford 
Osgood" William, 8 75 Wash. 
Page Calvin G. 6$ Myrtle 
Page Wm. El. 48 Bea- h 
Palmer E. 1). Q. 3 Montgomery pi. 
Palmer Ezra. 1 Tremont place 
Parker David M. 21 Summer 
Parks Luther, jr. 6 Chestnut 
Patch Franklin F. 23 Somerset 
Pattee Asa F. 163 Shawmnt avenue 
Perkins E. A. 9 Shawmnt avenue 
Pierce G, W. & li. W. 7 Dudley 
Porter Chas. B. K»l Bovlston 
Provan Robert, 250 Broad way 
Putnam Chas. G. 24 Marlboro' 
Read Wm. 873 Wash. 
Benton Geo. 1 I Bedford 
Reynolds Edward, 2 Ashborton place 
Reynolds John P. 7 Park square 
Richardson Aarou P. 7 7 Green 
Robinson A. B. 61 Dudley 



I Sprague Seth L. 29 Worcester 

! Spring C. II. 12 Harrison avenue 

! Stacy Horace, 103 Court 

I Stevens Calvin, 7 E. Newton 

I Stevens John A. 15 Cambridge 

! Storer D. H. 132 Tremont 

| Storer H. R., Hotel Pelham 

j Street Charles C. 278 Hanover 

t Streeter Joseph EL 2015 Washington 

| Stuart George A. 33 Pleasant 

1 Swan Charles AV. 1039 Washington 

j Talbot I. T. 31 Mt. Vernon 

| Tarbell George G. 183 Warren ave. 

j Thaxter D. McB. jr. 370 Broadway 

I Thayer David, 38 Beach 

! Thomson Geo. N. 1 Eliot 

; Thorn* like Wm. II. 92 Boylston and 

31 Chelsea 
! Tower George, 1 Bennet 
: Townsend Solomon D. 18 Somerset 
| Treadwell J. B. 380 Tremont and 13 i 

Washington 
! Trull Washington B. 41 Union Park 
Tuck Henry, 24 W. Cedar 
i Tucker Elisha G. 11 Ashburton pi. ^ 
i Tucker Jas. I. jr. 15 Tremont Temple 
i Tucker Joshua, 4 Hamilton place 
Underwood G. L. 6 t3 Tremont 
[Jpham J. Baxter, 31 Chestnut 
Wadsworth Oliver F. 84 Charles 
Waldocfc James, 6 Alleghany 
Walker Clement A., Lunatic Hos- 
pital, S. B. 
Walker J. E. 1554 Washington 
Walsh Peter D. 75 Beach 
Ward Henry A. 228 Tremont 
' Ware Charles E. 39 West 
Warren Joseph H. 1035 Washington 

Waterman Thomas, jr. Hanson 

Webber S. G. 602 Tremont 
Webster Joseph li. 762 Tremont ^ 



UAHll\«i| ^ii^l.so.X, .MaimfiHturcr ami Dealer in Kl'U.N N L'KS, 
H AAtiiis, ifi)VKS, fee*, 99 una loi lilac ketone St., Boston. 



PHYSICIANS. 



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West Benj. IT. 2 Union Park 
Weston Edward IL 131 Leverett 
Whbton Edward A. 28 Harrison av. 
White Jaines C. 10 Park square 
White Robert, 165 Broad 
White Robert* jr.165 Broad 
Whitney W. J- 1*2 Harrison avenue 
Wigglesworth Edward, 81 Beacon 
Willard Francis A. 192 Shawmut av., 
Willard J. N. 8 Oak 
Willard Robert, 93 Charles 
Williams Henry W. 15 Arlington 
Williams Jacob L. 1 Blount Vernon 
Williams James L. 140 Commercial 
Wiison A. II. 83 Broadway 
Wind-hip George B. 351 Wash. 
Youngman David, 630 Washington 

Member* of the MASSACHUSETTS 
Homoeopathic Medical Socie- 
ty, residing in the city. List pre- 
pared by G. M. Pease, M. I)., 
Secretary of the Boston Homcec*- 
pathic Society. 

Ahlborn IT. A. 76 Charles 
Angell II . C. 16 Beacon 
Baird W. P. 52 Howard 
Bellows A. J. 9 W. Springfield 
Eoothby Alonzo, 16 Stanitord 
Bunnell Win. 115 Warren avenue 
Butman Gi;o. F.. Dover, n. Tremont 
Cross H. B. 235 Broadway 
Cross W. P. 2^5 Broadway 
Cullis Charles, 18 Ashburton place 
Dawes W. G. 82 Salem 
Fuller Milton, 35 Essex 
Geist Christian F. 2 Franklin square 
Gambell W. P. 2 Rutland 
Gove Hiram. 4 Princeton 
Gregg Samuel, 35 Howard 
Harris J. T. 2016 Washington 
Hofiendald II. L. II. 25 Somerset 
Jackson W. F. 84 Dudley 
Johnson D. A. 20 Worcester 
Krebs F. H. 63 Chuuney 
Lewis Wm. H. 36 Newton 
Mefarland L. 1492 Washington 
Macomber II. K. 36 Newton 
Morrill H. B. 58 Beach [way 

Packard L. S )., Dorchester, c Broad"- 
Paiae J. P. 659 Shawmut avenue 
Payne J. II. 126 2 Washington 
Pease Giles, 7 7 Dartmouth" 
Pease G. M. 7 7 Dartmouth 
Pike J. G. W. 103 Camden 
Rohinson Chas. F. S3 Saratoga, E. B. 
Russell George, 1 1 Lvnde 
Sanders O. S. 11 Bowdotn 
S'argunt Ignatius. 86 Court 
^hattuek H. P. G 15 Washington 
«Smier A. F., Pine, eor. Wash. 
^ Talbot 1. T. 31 Mount Vernon 
Thayer 1) lv id. .-,.s Reach 
* irner John, 725 Tremont 



| Wesselhoeft Con rail, 5 7 Chaunry 
i Wesselhoeft William P. 42 Chauncy 
; West Benj. II. 2 Union Park 
j W hitnev S. :> Tremont Temple 
' Willard' E. s. 4 Garland 
| Willis L. M. 274 Meridian, F. B. 
Woodbury J. II. 58 Temple 
Woodvine D. G. 739 Tremont 

Members of the MASSACHUSETTS 

Eclectic Medical Society, re- 
siding in the city. List prepared by 
C. Edwin Miles, Secretary of 
the Society. 

Ames S. C. 214 Hanover 
Barrows II. G. 82 E. Brookline 
Bigelow B. F. 2 Temple 

Chamberlin E. C. 11 Montgomery pi. 
Darling C. I. 175 North 
Greene Milbury, 27 Guild row 
Humphrey O. M. 496 Tremont 
Jackson Joseph, 106 Court 
Miles C. Edwin, 1897 Washington 
Perkins T. S. 82 Waltham 
Rogers W. E. 12 Chauncy 
Smith T. H. 82 Salem 
Underwood W. E. 743 Washington 

Other Physicians. 

Abbott & Ames, 214 Hanover (eel.) 
"Adams George F. 1427 Washington 
Adams Samuel, 45 Cambridge 
Arnold Israel, 146 Court 
Astle Abel & Son, 96 Court (botanic) 
Astle Geo. 76 Tremont (hot.) 
Atkins H. Bond. So Bedford 
i Bailey Wm. 5 Pine (eclectic) 
| Bailey Wm. M. 478 Washington 
j Bangs. John E. 900 Albany" 
! Barrett William H. 2 Gouch 
s Barrett W. M. 55 Green 
; Barrow II. A. 92 Shawmut ave. 
i Bartholomew G. R. 6 La Grange 
I Bartlett Joseph E. 24 Milford 
I Bartlett S. P. 158 Tremont 
Basto Win. F. 16 74 Washington 
! Beach H. H. A. 31V Dwight 
jBEEKMAN J. M." 86 Court (sur 

geon) 
! Beers Charles C. 25 Decatur 
j Berg A. 58 Essex 

; Birmingham Sam'l T. O'A Cambridge 
| Blackwell J. 13 La Grange (electri- 
cian) 
! Blaisdell Walter C. 2 Dayton ave. 
; Blood C. L. 29 Boylston ' 
j Bodge J. H. 15 Hanson 
! Bond George II. rear 107 Pleasant 
j BOND L. F. 7 Hayward place (see 

page 662) 
i Boothby Alonzo, 16 Staniford 
i Borghardt A. W. C. 8 La Grange 
Bowker Horace L. 7 Oxford (e lee.) 



HVW.U, CARi.vox, cv CO., Waunf 
FRICTIOHf MATCH, 93 to 



icturer* of t!»e Celebrated BYAM 
lOa Frieud Street, Boston. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTOR*. 



Ph ysh • i i as — cont in w><l. 
Boyd Robert, C,i Phillips 
Broadbent C U. 99 Court 
Brooks Alphonso, 102 Revere 
Brown 3 Win. G. 86 Court (eclectic) 
Bruce Silas, 19 Tremont row 
Butler D. i\ 53 Temple place 
Batman G. F. 22 Florence 
Calkins C. W. 1-15 Pleasant 
Cargill O. D. 34 South Russell 
Chase L. 636 Tremont 
Cheever .'Joseph, 41 Hanover 
CJhesley J. C. 16 Salem 
Chesterfield Claude, 5 Norfolk 
COLLINS S. 34 Oxford pi. (equal- 
izing, see page 809) 
Collin. W. H. 19 Pine 
Contri Louis G. 5 Market 
Cornell Win. M. 4 II ay ward place 
CrandaJLJB. H. 4 Tremont Temple 

(eclectic) 
Crooker L. J. G3 Court [pathy) 

Crosby J. W. 1053 Wash. (nature- 
Cutter E. 123 Boylston 
Dorling C. I. 11 0* Richmond 
Davis H. L. 271 Tremont (analytical) 
De La Granja E. 53 Shawmut ave. 
Delano B. L. 13 Merchants Exch. 
Dillenbaek H. P. 3 Bnifinch 
Dfflmgham Nathan 11. 7G9 Wash. 
Dix L. 21 Endicott 
Dow James, 9 Endicott 
Dow John, 3 Ashland 
Dugan P. 361 E, c Bolton (hot.) 
Edwards Charles L. 28 Eliot 
Edwards Samuel, 2 71 Tremont 
Emerson Geo. B. 1 Winter pi. (sym- 
pathetic and magnetic) 
Estabrook Caas. II. 353 Shawmut av. 
Evans George E. 22-5 Harrison ave. 
latch S. S. 25 Tremont 
Pitch Vine H. 3:5 Carver 
Follett John A. 798 Washington 
FRANKS E. S. 313 Wash, (oculist) 

(see page 665) 
Frederic William, 122 Cambridge 

(botanic) 
Gay Francis, 62 Cross 
Gay George W. «i4l Tremont 
Gove Hiram, 4 Princeton (homojQ.) 
Grant Chas. W. C. 160 Hanover 
Greene Reuben, 34 Temple place 
Greenwood flames W. 13 Tremont 

Temple 
Gridley Obed, 44 Essex 
Grover Sunt. 13 Dix place 
Gtiiltnette C. A., Kingston, under 

U. S. Hotel 
Guthrie S. 9 7 Sudbury (electrician) 
Hailock F. 6;; Court 
Harrington J. H. 7 Rollins 
Harroson C. H. 175 Court 
Haskins J. Proctor, 10 Woodward. 
W. V. 



Hatch F. 208 Tremont (magnetic) 
Haven C. L. 70 Tremont 
Elawthorne S. T., ill Hudson 
Mayes A. if. t Balfinch 

Henderson Thus. L661 Washington 
IlendricksoD Charles D. 31 Temple pi. 
Hewett S. C. 39 liar. aye. (bone- 
setter) 
Hibbert Edmund G. 25 Tremont 
HILL C. A. 169 Warren ave. (bot.) 
Hillard E. D. 140 Court 
Nobbs Alvah, 1266 Washington 
Hodges J. N. 9 Henry, E. B. 
Holden L. P. 15 School 
Holian A. T. 1 Harrison avenue 
Holton JohnJv., Garden, cor. Myrtle 
Home A. II. 6G Dover 
Houston B. H. 259 Dudley 
Hunter George, 3 Walnut place 
Hun toon H. P. 161 Cambridge 
Huse Asa II. 41 Hanover 
Ingersoll Horace, 9 W. Orange 
Johnson D. A. 26 Worcester 
Johnson H. F. 82 Tremont 
Jourdain 11. J. 51 Hancock 
Kelley J. "Wesley, 200 Tremont (ana- 
lytical) 
Kimball W. 4 Pine (magnetic) 
King Oetavius, 654 Wash, (eclectic) 
Kinstler M. 216 Harrison avenue 
Knight Edward, 31 E. Canton 
Knox Thomas P. 87 West Cedar 
Lament D. G. 42 East Brookline 
Latham John, 292 Washington 
Lewis A. V. 14 Montgomery place 
Lewis Dio, 89 Studio building 
Lougee R. W. 18 Prescott place 
Ludwig Warren, 21 Endicott 
Main Charles, 230 Harr. avenue 

(eclectic) 
Main C. Wesley, 44 West Castle 

(clairvoyant) 
Macomber Perry R. 417 Har. avenue 

(eleetic) 
Martin A. D. W. 103 7 Washington 
Martin W. N. 1085 Washington 
Mason J. D. 116 Court (eclectic) 
Mather Augustus H. 5 Decatur 
McMahonJ. B. 13 Moou 
Mignault L. M. I. 39 South 
Miller C. N. 62 Phillips 
Miller H. 1). 48 1 Howard 
.Miller J. B. 48.4" Howard 
Moor J. J. 1029 Tremont 
Moore Samuel L. 191 Hanover 
Morrill Fred. 48 Howard 
Munroe W. II. 19 Miltbrd 
Nelson G. S. 57 Tremont (magnetic) 
Newhall Charles H.8 Temple,room2 
Newton A. W. K. 115 Harrison ave. 
Xutter W. It. 56 Tyler 
Padelford W. F. 29 Endicott 
Parks George B. 15 South 
Peabodv N. G. 56 Beach 



dADNSK CHI L SOI*, Manufacturer and Dealer in PUKSACES, 
iiANSGs, sf.)re^, &«,, 99 aixi 101 Ulackstoue St., Bostott. 



PHYSICIANS. 



541 



Whitman E. F. 110 Court (oculttt) 
Wilson Norman, 228 \V ashingtoo 
(spinal curvatures) 

Winn T. Bradley, 2 Van Rensselaer 

place 
Woodbury John II. 58 Temple 
Woods Vi m. 68 Carver (hou.eo) 
Young Edwin R. 56 Pleasant 

Female. 

Abbott Lodema, rear 13 North Russell 
Abbott Mary A. rear 107 Lleasant 
Abeli L. W. QiL D.) 10 Tremont 

Temple (bom.) 
Anderson 11. C. 144 Cambridge 

(cancer) 
Anderson Mary A. 47 Prince 
Andrews N. J. Mrs. 10G1 Washington 
Armstrong Hannah Mrs. 12 Winter 

(clairvoyant) 
Bailey Nancy Mrs. 1G96 Washington 
Batchelder L. S. Mrs. 2 Stanilbrd 
Bosworth Joseph Mrs. lbD Court 

(medium) 
Boutelle Abby, 145 Hanover (clair- 
voyant) 
Brown W. Mrs. 15 Dix place 
Buckel C. A. (M. D.), 14 Warrentou 
Busteed L. A. (M. !>.), 22 Chauncy 
Gate M. Mrs. 14 .N. Knssell (elairvoy- 

ant) 
Churchill Marion (electro.) 6 La- 
Grange [voyant) 
. ~2Q4 Federal ! Chandler C. Mrs. 39 Portland (clair- 
-eon. see page676) I Oolgrove A. S. Mrs. 529,4 Wash. 
: Coiiius 11. Mrs. 19 Pine 
Cooke Frances S. (M.D.), at Female 

Medical College, 21 E. Canton 
Crafts Julia A. Mrs. 92 Meridian, 

E. B. (clairvoyant) 
De Faust Maria, 5ti3 Wash, (clair- 
voyant) 
Draper M. A. Mrs. 538 Washington 
Eaton E. 5G Eliot 
E^ter E. A. 4 Ransom court 
Fergus Frances A. (M. D.) 11 La- 
Grange 
Fletcher S. (M. D.) 7 West 



Perry E. E., Salein, cor. Cross 

IVrry Ira, 33 Boylston 

Pick Salo, 146 I iarrison avenue 

Pierce A. P. 2 Hoiiis place 

Bike J- T, Oilman, 5 7 Tremont 

Pitman J. 56,) Washington 

Pollard A. W. 107 Emerisoo 

Powers C. P. 8 Rovlston 

PiC AIT S. CLESSON, 129 Tremont 

(see page 829) 
Prescott Benj, T. 518 Tremont 
Richardson S. O. 51 Hanover (bot.) 
Ridgt-way P. R. 3 Hamilton place 
Rosenstein M. 74 Dover 
Russell Edward, 251 North 
Sampson Z. S. 32 Harrison ave. 
Sanborn J. C. 106 Court 
Sargent G. F. 175 Court 
Sargent I. 22 Eliot 
Sawtelle G. B. 11 Central sq. (born.) 
Shaw Joel, 8 Common (bot.) 
Sh;tw J. Tkorne, Dorchester, c. Middle 
Shepard L. 1>. 4 Hamilton place 
Sholes C. II. 141 Court (eclectic) 
Skinner J. C. 23 Tremont 
Smail Eben. 34 Worcester square 
SMEDLEY A. H. 129 Tremont (see 

page 670) 
Smith E. 23 Pleasant (eclectic) 
Smith E. A. 163 Court (eclectic) 
Smith T. II. 82 Salem 
SNO W J. W . , Portland, c. Merrimac 
Spear E. D. 713 Washington (Indian) j 
SPRING 

(also sut 
Stewart Edward, 3 Ball 
STICKEL J. 12 Chauncy (cures con- 
sumption, see page 811) 
Stone V. R. 2.31 North 
Strecter II. R. 11 Oxford 
Stucky B. rear 72 7 Washington 
Sweet Job, 8 Boylston (bone-setter) 
Taylor G. 11. T. 3 Bremen pi. E. B. 
Taylor T. K. 168 W. Springfield 

(horn.) 
Thayer Ell, jr. 83 Salem 
Thayer & Morrill, 58 Beach 
Thorne G. P. 79 Beach 
Tikon L. 10 Davis (eclectic) 
Todd Jacob, 532 Washington 
Toohey Johu II . 42 Cambridge 
Trull W. B. V> Meridian, E. B. 
Turner T. Frank, 3 L'nion place 
Uraun Frederic, 659 Tremont and 19 

Essex (eclectic) 
WadsNvurch Oliver F. 84 Charles 
Wakeaeiii J. J. 145 Hanover (eelcc*c) 
Warner L. F., Hotel BelLaiu 
*Vatt Henry R. \'j Tyler [netie) 

Webster Edward C.821 Wasl 
"Vymoutli A. B. 47 Green 
Wheeler T. S. 13 S.-hool (trusses) 
WHITE WILLIAM B. 4 JeQerson Hatch F. Mrs. 208 Iremout (elair- 

pUce (see pa-e 820) j voyant) 

MASSAC IIL.nKTTS MUTUAL LM'E IAS. CO. of Spvin^liHU, Mas*. Bos- 
ton Office, 173 Washington Street? JOHN BUMS'! JiiAJLi, Cien«rul Agent. 



(mag- 



Fogg F. B. Mrs. 1^7 Seventh 
Ford Sarah Mrs. 8 Harrison avenue 
Forrest A. B. Mrs. 91 Harrison ave. 
Francis Sarah, 2 Warrentou (^mid- 
wife) 
Freeman Arthur Mrs. 17 Lyman 
French M. A. Mrs. 28 Winter (clair- 
voyant) 
Gay M.-C. Miss. 68(3 Washington 
Getchell AimaJtJ;* Court (ek-eirictan) 
Girardin L. 15 Warrentou (midwife) 
Goodrich C. Mrs. 8 La Grauge 
Hastings Caroline K. (M. D.) 82 
Dover 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Physicians — continued. I Glynn Wm. C. & Co. 59:3 Wash. 

Haynes A. P>. Miss, 6 Hayward place ; Gooch Wm. 635 Washington 
Houghton H. A. Miss, 1061 Wash. , Guild George M. & Co. «*i Wash. 
Howard M. A. Mrs. 151 Dover i^bot.) Hall bliram & Son, 280 and 1879 
Hunt Harriot K. (M. D.), 68 Green ! Washington 



Jackson M. B. (M.D.) 6til Tremont 
JTepson Alice Mrs. 140 Court (clair- 
voyant) 
Jones Sophia C. (M. D.) 33 E. Con- 
cord 
Katthaus Minnie, 4 Factory 
Kellogg L. J. Miss (M. D.j 28 Har. 

avenue 
Ladd E. K.Mrs. 179 Court (clair- 
voyant) 
Lama Madame, 1 Anderson place 
Latham A. C. Mrs. 292 Wash, (clair- 
voyant) 
Luey Madame, 563 Wash, (clairv.) 
Monroe Anna (M. D.) 82 Dover 
Morton Helen (M. D.) 1041 Wash. 
Murch Sarah Mrs. 205 Ilarr. ave. 
Page Lizzie Miss, 1012 Washington 
Pierce Mary E. 8 La Grange 
PorLer M. A. Mrs. 8 La Grange 



H diet, Davis, & Co. 272 Wash. 

Hallett & Cum, ton, 339 Wash. 

Heaman Wm. & Co. 300 Wash. 

Hews Geo. 6c Co. 379 Wash. 

Hill Win. C. 21 La Grange 

Ladd A. W. & Co. 296 Wash. 

Lang Benjamin, 395 Washington 

Leland A. M. 289 Washington 

Matt Lorenzo, 500 Tremont 

McPhail Andrew M. jr. & Co. 385 
Washington 

Miller Gustavus A. & Co. 702 Wash. 

Miller Henry F. 344 Washington 
| Newhall A. 56. ,; s Tremont 
j Xorris G. W. 3 Tremont row 
j Parkinson James, 848 Albany 
| Parsons Theodore, 154 Tremont 

Paul, Humphrey, & Co. 556 Wash. 
| Stratton G. W. 3 75 Wash. 
i Tolman Henrv k Co. 287 Wash. 



Restell Caroline, 559 Wash, (midw'f) j Yose J. W. & Co. 24 Temple place 
Richards Ellen E. 268 Wash. j Woodward & Brown, 387 Wash. 

Richmond Mary L. Mrs. 2 Lincoln | Zuchtmann Frederick, 313 Wash. 
Sargent L. A. Mrs. 5S Bedford 
Sew-all Lucy E. (M. I).), 13 Pleasant 
Sisson M. F. 18 Shawmut avenue 



Piano-forte Actions. 
Howe George, 700 Harrison avenue 

Piano-forte Hardware. 
Conant Wm. A. 332 Washington 
Faxon O. J. 22 Beach 
Mansfield Edwiu L. 4 Chickering pi. 
Wilson E. 86 Utica 

Piano-forte and Organ Keys. 
| Tower S. 241 Cambridge 
i Whitney Milo, 105 7 Washington 

Piano-forte Teachers. 
PAIGE J. B. MRS. 246 Washington 
(see page 698) 

Piano-forte Tuners. 
j Alford J. 4 Cambridge street place 
i Beniis George, 1U6 Court 
I Bruce John Milton, 515 Wash. 
! Callender \V. it., Winthrop, near 
j Grove Hall avenue 
| Fernald Albert II. 27 7 Washington 
| Green C. W. 18 Avery 
| Hill G. 11. 246 Washington 
j Hill Sumner, 21 La Grange 



Spencer A. S. Mrs. 2135 Washing- 
ton (electropathic) 

SPRING F. F. MRS. 264 Federal 
(see page 6 76) 

Temple E. 41 Shawmut avenue 

Teufhorn Clara, 21 Eiiot (baunsche- 
idtism) 

Trask Mary P. (M. D.) 36 Kneeland 

Tvug A. E. (M. D.) 58 Bowdoin 

Walcolt Hannah M. (M,' I).) 101 \ 
Pleasant 

Watkins Sarah A. E. 27 No. Russell j 

Wetherbee L. Mrs. 6 45 Washington j 

Willis N. J. 3 Treraont row (clairv.) j 

Wilson H. E. Mrs. 70 Tremont 

YorK L. B. Mrs. 1 Harvard 

Zakrzewska Marie, 1011 Wash. 

Piano-fortes. 

Allen Henry, 375 Washington 

Batchelder W. K. 366 Washington 

Berry J. B., Warren, cor. DucJley 

Bourne Wm. 484 Washington 

BRACKET! JOHN W.~(iuanufac- I }\ l{[ W - £ 21 La grange 
turer), is Avery (pedal; see front ; Hoo ton Henry, 12 Howard 
colored page) ' ! Levvis * ■ L ' 12 Milton 

Brooks S. P." 110 Hanover ! Lon S D;1V1(1 C - llL> p rince 

Brace & Chard, 515 Washington ! Ma * on W - IL 9 ? ^udbury 

Ciiickerinff & Sons, 24S Washington I ^otrisJohn A.3 Tremont row, room 1 
factory, Tremont, c. Nortluimpton J^fr 11, K ' W ' 'il C ?" vt 

Colfcy B. E. & Co. 5:58 Washington ! ^ ootl J ° se pk» 4S l ^ ashington 

Emerson W. P. ;i95 Washington | Piano-forte Wire and Strings. 

Flaherty & Go. 280 Washington I Houghton C. C. 19 Harvard place 

UAK!).\Ktt 



tmiAos, 
kaxgks, STOVJfts 



Mttnufaeturer wml J>talfr in 
<fcc., VMJ aisd 101 Ulackatone St. 



FURNACE! 

liOStOll. 



PICKLES, ETC., — PILOT AGENTS. 



543 



Pickles, &c. 
liny & Haves. 145 Milk (foreign) 
Brooks C. I). 37 Broad 
CUWDREY E. T. & CO. 27 to 37 ; 

Portland (see page 83 7) 
fiew.js VV. K. & Bros. 93 Broad 
hupiriier J. P. & D. 10 Blackstone 
l»oo!e C. jr. & Co. 79 North 
Potter J- 'II. & Co. 59 Elm (English ; 

sauces) 
Skihon,.Foote, & Co. 48 Commercial j 
Snow H. A. & Co. 10G Commercial ! 
Underwood Wto. & Co. 67 .Broad 
Union fickle Works, 15 Shoe and ! 

Leather 
Walker J. & Son, 126 State 

Picture Frame Mouldings. 
HENDRICKSON, DOLL, & RICH- 1 
ARDS, 28 Summer (see p. 6 79) 

Picture Frames, &c. 
(See also Looking- Glasses.') 
Black A. D. 1243 Treraont 
BOSTON CHEOMQ CO. 12 West, j 

room 28 (see page 808) 
Brewster Wm. A. 63 Eastern ave. 



[ Williams & Everett, -J 19 Wash. 

I Williamson, Gerlach, & Co. 90 Sud- 

| bury 

; Wright Adam, 9 Bowker 

Pig Iron. 
EIBIOND J AS. & CO. 13 Liberty 
sq. (see back colored page) 
j SNELLING S. G. 82 Milk 

•Pile. Dealers. 
I Cavanagh George II. 22 State 
\ Davis O. J. 444 Federal and 22 State 
(spruce piling) 
Norton & Harris, 22 Slate 

Pile Drivers. 

Boynton Bros. 22 State 
Draper & Vaughan, 22 State 

Pilots. 

Brown Marcena P. 25 Lewis wharf 
Bruce Jonathan, jr. 25 Lewis wharf 
Stephen, 25 Lewis wharf 



A. 63 

Briggs Oliver L. & Co. 573 Wash. 
Burgess E. B. 99 Court 
Cass L. W. 35 Exchange 
Chiids A. A. & Co. 127 Tremont 
DeVries, Ibarra, & Co. 145 Tremont 
DODGE, COLLIER, £ PERKINS, 

113 Wash, (see page 829) 
Drew C. & G. H. 22 Tremont 
Erskine Nath'l, 103 Meridian, E. B. 
Godfrey Edward J. 42 Kingston 
GolJt-n John, 22 Green 
Greenlaw & Shannon, 20 Charlestw'n 
Haskell & Allen, 14 Hanover 

hfxdrickson, doll,& Rich- 
ards, 28 Summer (see p. 6 79) 
Koch J. 6c E. 118 Court 
Leonard, Clark, & Co. 22 Beach 
MEYER CflAS.E. agent, 7 Holmes 
block, Haymarket sq. (see p. 805) 
Moulton B. S. 3 Elm, cor. Hanover 
New England Lithographic Steam 

Printing Co. 34 Chauncy 
O'Malley John, 50 Broadway 
Pokier C. P. & Co. 7 Williams ct. 
Rogers L. II. C. & Bro. 19 Harvard 

place 
Rogers Samuel, 104 Sudbury 
Ross & Hatchman, 480 Washington 



argent Charles \l. 



Coruhiii 



butetair D. D. 18 West 
Suduiaa C. A. & Co. 1G A 
Stevens & Wright, 65 Causeway 
Stinson C. F. & Co. 144 Hanover 
Btromberg F. C. cV Co. 55 Hanover 
Strout C. W. & Co. 14 Charlestown 
ralmao L. A. 50.5 Washh 
V>;ird J. lo7 Endieott 



very 



ton 



Burrow 

Burrows Wm. 25 Lewis wharf 
Chandler P. II. 25 Lewis wharf 
Colby Samuel, 25 Lewis wharf 
Cooper Thomas, 25 Lewis wharf 
Cumnnngs John R. 240 Commercial 
Eaton James M. 25 Lewis wharf 
Fowler James L. 25 Lewis wharf 
; Fowler Wm. C. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Gurney Henry L. 25 Lewis wharf 
; Harrington Wm. II. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Hayden Abel T. 25 Lewis wharf 
I Hayden A. F. 25 Lewis wharf 
i Hooper A. 25 Lewis wharf 
Hunt .Tared, 25 Lewis wharf 
Hunt Matthew, 75 Meridian, E.B. 
Jeffrey J. H. 25 Lewis wharf 
1 Josselyn Asa H. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Kelly Robert, 25 Lewis wharf 
j Lampee Wm. R. 25 Lewis wharf 
! Low John, 25 Lewis wharf 
! Martin E. G. 25 Lewis wharf 
: Martin E. G. jr. 25 Lewis wharf 

Martin S. C. 410 Commercial 
j Me Field E. S. 25 Lewis wharf 
I McField John A. 25 Lewis wharf 
j McField John A. jr. 25 Lewis whf. 
; MCFhid W. W. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Phillips N. W. 25 Lewis wharf 
I Read Maxwell, 25 Lewis wharf 
; Robinson D. T. 25 Lewis wharf 
i Tewksbury II. A. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Tewksbury W. V. 25 Lewis wharf 
j Tremere Benj. B. 25 Lewis wharf 

Wellp.uk F. B. 25 Lewis wharf 
: Williamson Geo. 25 Lewis wharf 
i Wilson J. II. 25 Lewis whart 

Pilot Agent. 

i HAYDEN CHARLES A. 25 Lewis 
i wharf 



»VAJ|, CAULTOX, & co., Matnufaeturers of the Celebrated 1SVAM 
Jb'ilJLCTlOA MATCH. 'J:l to 10M Friend Street, lloatou. 



544 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 



Pilot Commissioners. 
Davison E. E. ."-!) Lewis wharf 
Williams John, 39 Lewis wharf 

Pipes, Meerschaums, &c. 
BRITT LOLLS, 101) VWh. 

Brown D. S. &-€o. 31 and 33 Broad i Ganger Edward, 52^ Cbarlestown 

; Campbell A. 14 N'orth Market 



BaTrd & Calef, 05 Clnsrnut 
Barker John, 142 M«rrimac 
Bothamly Win. B. 21 Milk 
Broniwich C. 1L. Broadway, cor. 1 
Buckley Daniel, 3^ti Broadway 
Buckley J. T. 12 Brattle 



CARRFTH D. J. 61 and 03 Black- 
stone (see page 6 7 7) i Capper T. II. 81 West Ceus 
Rath A. 512 Washington j Chambers James, 25 Boylston • 
Pipe Tongs. [ Clement George G. 770 Tremoot 

d1U«^ \ii-r> i •• p«™-l-^,. f Coffey J. 1152 Washington 

Leach Alien, id oowker i r , ,f ,., . ,. "t„ ,. 

j Logman rrancis. lo<8 \\ asnmgton 

Planes. Dacey 6c Walsh, 128 Shawmtit ave. 

Bailey, Chany, & Co. (iron & wood), ! Dolan John, 96 Richmond 

40 Lancaster J Donnell F. P. 295 Commercial 

Fuller C. 2 Fine Donnelly James, 783 Washington 

Gladwin Porter A. 04 Albany I Downey John, 1441 Washington 

TUCKER & APPLETON, 8 Union ' Driscoll & French, 1 Essex 

Drury Thomas J. 60 Endicott 

Dudley Benj. F. 72 ilarrLon ave. 



Planing-Maehine Manuf. 
WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 and 69 
Sudbury (see page 6 72) 

Planing Mills. 

ITC KENS & WASHBUBN, 147 
Merrimae 

PIERCE S. II. L. 1025 Federal (see 
page 684) 

ROBERTSON" JOHN A. 393 Fed- 
eral (see pa^ie 695) 

Plants. 
Curtis & Cobb, 348 Washington 
Strong W. C. 19 Merchants row- 
Plaster. 
Iloxie T. tV. & Co. 43 Long wharf 
Kent & Co. 101 Fulton (calcined) 
McAbee N. S. & Co. 52 First and 22 
State 



WING ATE & FIELD, 198 
(seepage 693) 

Piaster Image Makers. 
Garey Paul A. 6 Province court 
Gariboldi Pietrd, rear 18 Bedford 
Podesta Stephen. 24 Green 

Plasterers. 
McCann P. 6 Char, ton 
Ross & Drake, 455 Tremont 
Griffin Bros. 862 Harrison ave. 
O'Brien 6: Campbell, Mechanics' 
block, Union Park 

Plastering and Saddlers' Hair. 
Kent & Co. 101 Fulton 

Plastic Slate Roofing. . 
Bartlett & Lunt, 12*'- Water 

Plumbers. 
Allen Phineas D. 1747 Washington 
ALLEN SAM PEL 1L 39 Haverhill 

(see page 834) 
Baird, Ro>s, & Itilev, 85 Joy 



Duffee & Hartuett, 21 Hawley 
Gallagher Wm. & Co. 5 Droadvrav 
Garland J. W. 51 Peach 
Gay CM, 21 Warren 
! Greenleaf \Vm- H. 52 Charles 
j Harney Thomas, Harrison av. c Way 
I Hartnett John, 126 London, E.B. 
; Hawthorne & Loudon, 16 Province . 
j Hickey & Johnson, 1040 Wash. 
| Hussey H. 24 Broadway 
; Keaser Charles, 1400 Tremont 
! Kennedy John, 45 Maverick sq. 
i Kirby & Mungovan, 9 Boylston 
I Leishman & Bennett, 1002 Wash. 
! Linehan John. 63 Water & 53 Cong. 
| Locke W. S. 8 Howard 
: Lockwood & Lumb, 48 School 
: Loring A. B. & S. II. 76 Harr.ave. 
• Lougee & Thompson, 80s Wash. 
roai1 Lowell It. M. 136 Efecfectone 
| Magrath James, 4; : 6 Tremont 
' McAteer & Bro. 12 Kliot 
JMcAwIeyM. B. 1178 Washington 
McCarthy James & Co. 76 Lincoln 
McDonald Thomas II. 79 Concord 
Mills Wm. & Co. 28 and 30 Congress 
Moore James, 161 Dudley 
' Neagle & Stewart; 21 Congress sq. 
; Perry R. G. 1068 Washington 
! Ratigan T. 142 Northampton 
j Richards Wm. II. 1804 Wash. 
! Ross & Watkins, 130 Peach 
! Ryan Bros. 3 Stoddard & 16 iledford 

Ryan James F. 94 Charlestown 
: Shea -L 1006 Washington 
! Thus II. r. 5 and 7 Cushman ave. 
i Tobin John A. 232 Federal 
| Tompkins I. S. & Son, 50 Union 
I Tompkins J. S. 5} Salem 
j Trainer Wm. 23 Devonshire 
l Tucker Isaac X. 4 79 Titmont 
I Uilbrd Bros. 113 Court [FuTun 

| Vaiinevar E. B. & Co. (ship), - 






(■AUUXEK CHI-LS02T, Mnnufatturcr and Deal, r lia 
KA.YKKS, STOVES, Ac, 99 aixl lOJ lilacJksfone St 



Bf:*l<>». 



PLUMBERS — PRINTERS. 



545 



Waters Win. & Son, 141 Sumner, 
K.B. [Warren 

Will* Wm. 710 Washington, and 57 
V infield James, 152 Meridian, E.B. 
5Un« Joseph ^ Co. 81 Sudbury 
Plumbers' Materials. 
T hi ton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 
Dudley -Benj. F. 72 Harrison avenue 
(Jrundy Joseph, 20 Hawley 
Hamlin C T. 82 North 



Dyer & Co. 163 Milk [street 

Emmerton & Co. 13 Custom JIous« 
Learned Geo. W. & Son, 152 State 
Stearns Simon & Son, lOu Commercl 
Winslow W. II. & Co. 14 7 .Milk 

Pottery. 
East Boston Pottery, Condor, E. B., 

Win. F. Homer, proprietor 

Preserves, Pickles, &c. 



LOCKW,60D&LUMB,48 School I *™*"£ ,*?; ® 7 §«£* . 
Mills William & Co. SO Congress j C ^\ R w . E ' l \ * J;,?; 2 



Scrannage, P>ate, & Co. 75 Portland | 
Stults J. V. N. 49 Elm 

Zaue Joseph & Co. 81 Sudbury 

Pocket Book Maker*. 
Clark Orus, 11 Morton place 
llodgdon J. W. 54 Kilby 
Lauten E. 221 Washington 
Stroelin Julius, 179 Washington 
Thaxter Joshua, 8 Bromfield 
Underwood William II. 151 Wash. 
YERKIXTOX F. M. 56 Washing 
ton (see page 827) 

Polishers. 

Bailey C. W. 460 Tremont 

Doyle F. M. 69£ Union 

White & King, 344 Washington 

Popping: Corn. 
Fnlsom J. F. 1 North Centre 
Coward & Co. 53 Elm [36 Clinton 
Haskins J. W. & Co. 5 Fulton and! . 
Seavenis A. A. 90 Harrison avenue I ^tt J. K ' ? 4 W^hin^ton 

• Allen Benjamin r . 84 Water 
Pork Packers. j Allen Charles, 22 Court 

NORTH, MERIAM, & Co. 33 N. ! ALLEN & SHAILElt. 199 Wash 

Market (see page 69!)) ington (see pane 624) 

Squire John P. & Co. 39 N. Market' Atwood Thomas II. 30 Exchange 

Babb <Sc Stevens, 23 Congress 



to 32 
Portland (see page 83 7) 
Plummer J. P. & D. 10 Blaekstone 

Potter J. II. & Co. 59 Elm 
Stevens & Co. 20 N. Market 

Press Manufacturers. 

Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 and 55 Hav- 
erhill (screw, lever, and cam) 

Dean & Co. 1 1 Shoe & Leather 

HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry (printing 
press) 

Woods B. O. 351 Federal (Novelty 
printing press) 

Print Publishers. 
| BOSTON CHROMO CO. 12 West, 

room 28 (see page 80S) 
Elliot L. A. 322 Washington 
{ New England Lithographic Steam 
j Printing Co. 34 Chauney 
j Prang L. & Co. 2 J 82 Washington 



Printers. 



Port Wardens. 
llowes Willis, 130 Commercial 
Lincoln Charles, 130 Commercial 
Loring Henry K. 130 Commercial 
Paine John A. 130 Commercial 

Portable Grinding Mills. 



Balch Edward L. 14 Kilby (music) 
Batchelder J. B. 159 Washington 

| Beals, Greene, & Co., Water, corner 

Devonshire 
I Bense William, 8 Congress square 
| Blake S. Ellis. 109 Washington 



HOLMES & BLANCH ARD, 9 and| Br °wn Win. F. & Co. 2 7 Cornhill 
11 Haverhill (see page 816) j Butler J. A. 55 Water 

r ° Calkins & Goodwin, 136 Washington 

Portable Steam Engines, Carter Geo. 1'. & Co. 75 Sudbury 

Hoidley J. C. & Co. 49 India ! Chandler & Co. 21 Cornhill 

WEI l RLE F. J. (successor to Bird, Chisholm John B. 50 School 
& Co.) Border, near Central square i Chism Samuel, 134 Washington 
(see page 819) j CLAPP DAVID & SOX, 334 Wash- 

-n *.« .- t,t <- I ington (see page 663) 

1 orttoiio Manuiacturer. | Con £ e A ) s< {$ j r arr / son avenne 

lEItRTKTON F, M. i>o Washing-i Conant & Newhall, 24 7 Washington 

ton (see page 827) j Coombs Edward S. 21 School 

t>, 4 , _ , , -^ ,„ m Corr B. 5 Chatham row 

Potash. Pearlash, Saleratns, £o. lCox it. s . 213 Washington 
P'O-toa Chemical Works (Edward! Crosby Charles II. 15 and 46 Water 

Chamberiih & Co.), 21 Central j Cummings J. A. & Go. 15 School 
UMsssiuan \y. H. 9 Central | Davis Thomas, 21 Cornhill 

5-*.Ass\c ilVsr.Vl 'S ttOTU&L LITJa IAS. CO. of Springfield, fta«s. Bo«. 
t<»a office, 1*3 Washington Street j JOHN BUM STEAD, General Ageai. 

2b 



546 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Printers — continued. I Regan & Leadbeater, 55 Water 

DEARBORN N. S. 24 School (plate, | Rhodes Lyman, 160 Wash. 



sec page bbo) 
Ponahoe Patrick, 23 Franklin 
Downes George F. 15 Morton place 
Dudley & Green ough, 8 Congress ?q. 
Dutton Henry W. & Co. 9 2 Wash. 
Eastburn John 11. 14 State 
Elder W. 52 Leverett 
Farmer J. Frank, 18 Exchange 
Farrar 6c Barnard, 687£ Washington, 
Farwell J. E. & Co. 3 7 Congress 
Field Ciesson, 32 Congress 
Forbes W. II. & Co. 159 Wash. 
Gorhain W. B. 15 School 
Goss W. S. & Co. 37^ Cornhill 
Grioben & Kiley, 7 Spring Lane 
Groom Thomas & Co. 82 State 
Guild, Curtis, & Co. 129 Wash. 
Hail VVm. A. 46 Congress [10 State 
Hailworth J.- L. 56 Washington and 
Hamlin G. B. 120 Hanover 
Harper if. W. & Co. 21 Congress 
Harrington H. W. & Co. 113 Wash. 
Haskell A. W. 71 Congress 
Herald Job Office, 4 Williams court 
Hewes John M. Go Cornhill 
Holland A. (wood-cut), 36 Wash. 
Holds 6c Gunn, "25 Haw lev 
HOVEY BROTHERS," 27 Doane 

(book and job) 
Howe W. & E. 39 Merchants row 
Hutchinson William II. 1820 Wash. 
Jones D. F. 31 Exchange 
Keenan M. H. 12 School 
Kendall Win. M. 69 Water [tip) 
Keneaiy James, 247 Washington (Jiat 
Kidder Andrew B. (music), 23 Water 
Learned, Tompsojc, 6c Co. 5 Chat- 
ham row 
Lincoln John B. & Co. 3 School 
Lindsay & Hall, 49 Wash. 
Locke Arthur W. & Co. 120 Milk 
Jx>we Printing Press Co. 2,6 Water 
LUGRIN, SiMONS, & CO. 3 3 Haw- 
kins (color and label inanuf.) 
Lunt A. M. 112 Washington 
Marvin T. R. & Son, 131 Congress 
May I. W 39 State 
Maynard John F.. 15 Water 
Mcintire Joseph, 42 Congress 
Mead Charles C. 91 Washington 
Mooly C. C. P. 52 Washington 
Moore E. N. & Co. 9 Water 
Morgan Albert, 113 Washington 
MOiUULL S. S. 22 Water (see page 

835) 
Jklorss A. B. 108 Washington 
Mudge Alfred & Son, 34 School 
Pitman J. W. & Son, 23 Water 
Piumer J. P. 324 Washington 
Pratt Brothers, 3 7 Cornhill 



Rice & Rogers, 173 Wash. 
Richardson Warren, 11 .Milk 
Ripley & Co. 56 Congress 
Roberts Charles C. 24 Congress 

Rockwell & Rollins, 122 Wash. 
Rollins Edward F. Scollay's Bldg. 
Sawyer Nathan & Son, 70 State 
Saxton If. L. 39 State, room 17 
Schofit Id W. J. 32 Summer 
Searle Frederick A. 118 Wash. 
Smith Thomas J. M. 6c Co. 46 and 51 

Bromlield 
Smith VVm. H. 32 School 
Smith & Porter, Old South Chapel, 

7 Spring Lane 
Snow Geo. K. 6c Hapgood, 5 Lindall 
Spooner John S. 21 Franklin 
Stevens Moses, 22 Court 
Teuthorn F. B. 21 Elliot 
Thayer S. O. over Boylston Market 
Todd Thomas, 15 Cornhill 
Turner George, 95|- Wash, (hat and 

cap tips) ['ip") 

Turner Moses S. 61 Cornhill (hat 
Tuten & Childs, 45 Water 
Tuttle Win. S. 153 Harrison ave. 
Valentine Chas. T. 119 Wash. 
Wadraan Theoph. G. 36 Kilby 
Watson Geo. B. 21 Franklin 
Weston L. B. 15 Guild Row 
Whiting Thos. S. 96 Washington 
Wilder L. B. 62 Congress 
WRIGHT & POTTER, 79 Milk (see 

page 6 70) 

Copperplate. 
Berry 6c Bouve, 1 2 West, room 7 
Carpenter Reuben, 228 Wash, 
j DEARBORN N. S. 24 School (see 

page 665) 
Forbes Wm. H. 6c Co. 265 Wa^h. 
French Edgar, 257 Washington 
Miller W. M. 46 Water 
TROCHSLER A. & CO. 116 Wash. 

(see page 827) 

Printers' Materials. 

Curtis & Mitchell, 24 Congress 
Jones & Co. 32 Congress 
HOE R. & Co. 41 Foundry 
Lowe Press Co. 23 Water 
Woods B. O. 351 Federal 

Printers of Cloths. 



Birkmaier & Burns, 



Hoi 



d William, 9 



65 Congress 
1 1 aw lev 



Prentiss & Deland, 40 Congress [hill 

RAND GEO. C. & AVERY, 3 Corn-'' Pratt Brothers, 37 Cornhill 



Locke Print Works, Wm. H. Locke. 

• 4 Otis 
Union Print Works, 9 & 11 Hawley 

Printers on Cloth. 



GAitO.VEIt CHLLSOSf, Manufacturer and Dealer In FCRNACKS 
liAACiES, STOVES. &c., 90 and 101 Ulackstone St., Bo*tou. 



PRINTERS' INK DEALERS — PRODUCE. 



547 



Pr inters' Ink Dealers. I Clark Samuel, 37 Commercial 
hirtM & Mitehell, 21 Congress j Cochran Bros. 138 Blackstone 

I); >\" U/D W. C & CO. (manuf.), 12 Cochrane & March, 15 Comm'l 

Spring Lane (sec page 836) , Coffin & Perkins. 26 City wharf 

r ! i \« John D. 92 Summer ! Grail \\ . B. 37 Commercial 

MORRILL & WINSLOW (manuf.) Currier & Doan, 15 Merchants row 

2 • Water fsee page 835) i Dan « & Hough, 19 Blackstone 

Phelps, Dalton. 6c Co. 52 Wash. i Darlmg J. G. 47 Commercial _ 

! Davis J. &J. b. •)'> Commercial 
Printers' Joiners. ! Davia & Dver> 5 Blackstone 

COFFIN' & TWrrCHELI/,17 Har- Dean Russell 6c Co. 110 Lincoln 
vard Hare (see page 685) Demeritt C D. & Co. 81 Union 

Printers' Rollers. | ***&%; ?\ v£°- * 32 J* lackstone 

EAIO-N & L AiN L, o i. H. square 



Greene Geo. A. 21 School ("up stairs) 

Osgood J. II. 55 Congress 

Wild Chas. D. jr. 26 Spring Lane 

Printing Presses. 
Boston Typo Foundry, 55 Water 



Edwards Albert, 1364 Blackstone 
Ellis David 6c Co. 15" South Market 
English & Simpson, 14 F. H. sq. 
Faber & Pullen, 15-4 North 
Fay George W. 38 Fulton 



Gordon £ Wegener's Printing Press, * r = k W - lL & Co. ol V Market 
Curtis & Mitchell, agents, 24 Cong. ; Foster, Weeks, & Co. 140 Blackstone 

UOE 11. & CO. 41 Foundry st. ' Fowle, Ilibbard, & Co. 176 State and 

ifollis & Guun, 25 Hawley I 12 Commerce 

Lowe Printing Press Co., Henry Up- ' Gleason J. H. 11 Merchants row 
ham, treas.^23 VVater i Gould O. O. & Co. 47 N. Market 

Phelps, Dalton, & Co. 52 Wash. Hackett 6c Libby, 32 S. Market 



Tarbett & Bang, 17 Hawley 



! Hall & Beck, 27 N. Market 



Woods B. O. 351 
Novelty Printing 



Federal (manuf. i Hamblen B. B. 76 Commercial 
p ress \ . | Harding I. N. 26 F. JI. Square 

^ j Hartford & Co. 3 S. Market 

Produce. j Hatch & Lincoln. 65 Chatham 

Abbot & Gushing, 49 Commercial j Hawkins Joseph & Co. 11 Comm'l 
Adams Chas. H. & Co. 28 N. Market | Hildreth Geo. W. r. 138 Dudley 
Adams C. P. & Co. 2D Commercial Hobbs & Rand, 16 Commercial 
Adams & Chapman, 37 N. Market ! Holbrook J. S. 120 Beach 
Alien D. & Co. 149 Blackstone j Hovey, Mead, & Co. 71 North 



Allen & Co. 23 Commercial whf. 

Ames S. S. 19 F. II. square 

Baiiou, Ilibbard, & Frve, 21 Faneuil 

Hall sq. 
Barrett & Hooper, 11 South Market 
Belknap Lyman & Co. 12 Clinton 
Belknap & Boynton, 1 Blackstone 
Bennett, Rand, & Co. 19 N. Market 
Benton, Caverly, & Co. 7 N. Market 
Bigelqw Jonathan & Co. 23 N. Mar- 
ket 
Rir hard E. A. k Co. 20 City wharf 
Blaaehard & Emerson, 190 State 
Bliss & Co. 47 Chatham 
Bond & Davenport, 114 Lincoln 
Bowen O. E. 6c Co. 32 N. Market 
Brock L. M. & Co. 13 N. Market 



Howard, Son & Co. 11 N. Market 
i Hull J. II. 13 Merchants row 
j Huntley R. 8 Blackstone market 
I Hyde S. J. & Co. 41 N. Market 
I Irving Kenneth, 9 Henry 
Jones 6c Young, 110 Blackstone 
j Kaler Aristead, 30 Sumner 
i Keyes Amos & Co. 20 Clinton and 26 

Blackstone 
j Kilham A. 1), 6c Co. 5 N. Market 
| Kimball Charles 6c Co. 4 Commercial 
! Kimball Lyman L. 1 N. Market 
! King Samuel A. 43 N. Market 
Lamson J. 6c J. F. & Co. 13 Black- 
stone 
LEACH & HOLMES, 20 Clinton 
(under N, E. House) 



Brooks Wm. F. & Co. 15 N. Market; Learnard Geo. W.6c Son, 152 -State 

| Learned A. & Co. 2d N. Market 
| Leonard H. & Co. 51 N. Market 
! Littlerield 6c Braden, S8 Blackstone 

Littlefield & Euslin. 9 N. Market 
I Locke <Sc Hurd, 166 Blackstone 

Lord. Stone, 6c Denny, 7 Blackstone 
: Lovejoy A. SV. ^ Co'. 30 Broad 

Maggi Joseph c^c Co. 28 Winter (Ital- 
ian) 
I Mardcn Wm. L. 25 N. Market 



Brooks & Robinson, 74 Blackstone 
Brown 6c Bates, 55 Commercial 
Brown S. p. & Son, 276 Broadway 
Brown W. E. 383 Broad 
Bums James, 61 Lincoln 
Butterfield A. B. & Co. 3 7 Comm'l 
Hwurick (). 24 X. Market 
Chandler & Robinson, II Chatham 
W&rk 6c Porter, Leverett cor. Cause- 
way _ , 



HIA3I, CAKM'OX, <fc CO., .Manufacturers of tlie Celebrated BYA3I 
FKICTION MATCH, 94 to 104 Friend Street, ilu*tou. 



548 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Produce — continued. 
Marsh Wm. K. & Co. 5 Commercial 
McUafferty & Greer. 123 Blackstone 
Me Clnnnin Irving, 154 J Blackstone 
Mead A. & O. VV. * Co."35 X. Market 
Meloon & Chapin, 60 Blackstone 
Melvin E. K. 82 Blackstone 
Mitchell F. W. & Co. 13 N. Market 
Mitchell & Plumley, 3 N. Market 
Moore, Ayer, it Co. 7 Blackstone 
Murch G. O. 6 and 7 Russia wbf. 
Murphy G. & Co. 20 Commercial 
Newton & Beal, 30 Merchants' rovr 
Noyes G. A. 2d, 1 6 W Dedham 
Page, Kidder, & Co. 11 and 12 Black- 
stone 
Parker & Carey, 52 Chatham 
Parkes & Dorr, 20 Commerce 
Paul & Hollis, 50 N. Market 
Peakes & Mason, State, cor. Comm'l 
Peck O. A. & Co. 3 Fulton 
Pierce Simeon, 9 Ru3?ia wharf 
Putnam, Wiggin, & Upton, 29 N. 

Market 
Randall J. W. "& J. L. 9 N. Market 
Roberts J. W. & A. 148 Blackstone 
Rockwell Brothers, 46 and 48 North 
Rockwell & Hickoek, 12 Blackstone 
Rugg& Litchfield, 108_j Blackstone 
Russell & Wiiiey, 19 Merchants' row 
Saffbrd & Preston, 21 Blackstone 
Sampson J. F. & Co. 19 Commercial 
Sanderson L. k A. 12 Merchants' 

row 
Sartwell 5c Humphrey, 3 Blackstone 
Sawin & Edwards, 15 Blackstone 
Sears & Keyes, 1 & 2 Central market 
Slade Lucius, 24 Faneuil Hall square 
Small W. B. & Co. 1 South Market 
Snow R. K. 22 Blackstone 
Suo%v & Co. 2 t North Market 
Spencer John A. & Co. 15 Chatham 
Stewart, Walker, & Co. 1 7 Blackstone 
Stone C. II. & Co. 9 Chatham row 
Stratton & Moors, 14 Broad [row 
Thompson C. C. & Co. 14 Merchant* 
Tisdale, Wilde, & Co. 101 Gomni'l 
Tuttle Joseph W r . 18 Clinton 
Utlev & Bovnton, 53 Coramer; ial 
WAITE, IIOVEY, & CO. 3 Chat- 
ham, and 3 South Market 
W r hite VV. F. 10 Merchants' row 
Wilbur & Bryant, 16 Clinton 
Woodward, Brown, & Co. 27 South 

Market 
Wright & Whitcornb, 3 Commerce 
Yeaton G. H. & Co. 18 N. Market 

Provision Dealers. 

(See also Marl:et/,i^n.) 
Addison J. W. 755 Washington 
Andrews I). W. 64 Leverett 

Andrews & Stevens, 4 7 1'romfield 
Atkins 



71 



I Baker Walter W. 852 Hanover 
; Baldwin, Botume, & Co. 10 City whf 
' Baldwin & Heald, 25 North Market 
I Barnard Geo. L. 26 North Russell 
I Barton F. W. Albany, cor. Way 
I Beal Wilder, 1058 Tremont 
'Bean Benj. F. l.* J Bedford, and 

West Springfield 
'; Belknap & Boynton, 1 Blackstone 
1 Belknap Lyman & Co. 12 Clinton 
! Bell W. G' & Co. 48 Commercial •' • 
j Blan chard Geo. L. 1 78^ Washington 
| Bleiltr Frederick, Heath place 
I Bleiler John, 1 Heath place 
1 Blodgett Edwin, 7 7 W. Concord 
I Blodgett W r . K. 150 and 152 Court 

Boothby C. C. 1 Dover 
i Bowman Charles F. 2:>5 D 
| Boynton, Swallow, & Co. 35 North 
! (pork) 

Bracket* & Heutz, 2111 Washington 
j Brady P. R. 13 Taber 
! Brickett J. S. & Co. 19 Guild row 
| Bridgham & Bro. 45 Chambers 

Briggs Brothers & Co. 348 Dorch. 

Bright Henry, Lowell, cor. Minot 
! Brown Bros. 1G0 Harrison avenue 
| Brown Mary, 12)2 Tremont 
| Brown, Robertson, & Co. Temple, cor- 
ner Derne [Market 

Burgess Wm. C, Merrirnac, corner 
1 Burpee R. W. 182 Harrison avenue, 
i Callahan Dennis, 331 Federal 
| Callahan T. 45 South 
; Card & Hastings, 18 Guild row 
I Chamberlain D. & A. J. 56 Mount 
Vernon 

Clark Nathan, 10 Cambridge 
j Clark Willam, 825 Washington 
| Clear Richard, 304 Federal 
I Col well Win, 7 South Margin 
| Conway D. 158 Fourth 
.Conway John, 211 1) 
• Crafts "George WV, Sixth, corner F 

Crilley Thomas, 115 Beach 

Cu minings Patrick, 213 Cambridge 
I Cummings John, 88 Second 
j Cusick John, 1224 Tremont 
! Cuningham P- A. r>ti$ Second 
\ Cutter George, 28 Salem 
! Dailey Brothers, 151 Kueeland, and 

Fourth, corner C 
! Daley John, 75 Hampden 
I Dana M. B. 118 Fourth 
| David flames, 1^9 Shawmnt avenue 

Davis John, 428 Hanover 

Davis Sidney G. & Co. 41 Lincoln 

Day Calvin K. Mt. Pleasantave. cor. 
(.rove Hall ave. 

Decatur D. F 

Deln no E. W 

Devine Jnme 



& Co. 1368 Tremonf 
40 West Cedar 
190 E 



rJoseph R. 68 Brighton 



Devine Patrick, 235 Fourth 
Dhmin Patrick, 750 Federal 



GAUD.VJER CHIL.SOJY, Manufacturer and Dealer in FU».\A(ES, 
liA^GJKS, STOVE:], <fce., 90 and 101 Illacltsiono St., lio*tou. 



PROVISION DEALERS. 



549 



Dodge John D. 141 Broadway 

Dudlev S. W. 725 Washington 

Duff Michael, 79 Cove 

Dupce George II. 705 Tremont 

I Virgin I>. 0. 325 Federal 

Durrell & Mason, 657 Treruont 

F,aston B. K. 85 Albany 

Karon C iL & Co. 12SQ Washington 

F.aton Wib. D. 1234 Washington 

English N. F. 19.5 Hanover 

Kwins C. 95 Chambers 

Fay Peter, 173 Cabot 

Feeley Patrick, 26 Blossom 

Fell & -Burke, 93 Essex 

Filiebrown J. R. 1091 Washington 

Fish I). P. & Co. 17 Maverick, E. B. 

Fiannelly Owen, 444 Hanover 

Foote Oscar & Co. 45 North Market 

PossE-M. 112 C 

Foster A. A. & Co. 40 Howard 

Foster Christopher, Liverpool wharf 

Foster Wat D. & Son, 30 Derne 

Freeman I). 33 Pleasant 

Gale T. I. 159 Shawmut avenue 

Gallison J. H. 113 Cambridge 

Gates S. F. 162 Northampton 

Gateley P. 37 Yeoman 

George G. B. 5 Warren 

Gib- I, W. 192 Cambridge 

Gleason "Wm. II. &c Co- 270 Shawmut 

avenue 
Goodwin Samuel C. 66 Poplar 
Goofcin k Siodder. 370 Commercial 
Gove Calvin, 405 Hanover 
Grant D. C, Leverett, cor. Brighton 
Graves J. & Co. 3 7 North 
Green Wm. 243 Federal 
Gregory D. 28 Myrtle 
Griffm Wm. P. 42 Causeway 
Grinham Thomas, 1293 Tremont 
Griswotd, Whitney, & Co. 37 Merch- 
ants' row 
Haley M. 246 Broad way 
1 tall David, 419 Dudley 
khU Ik F* M Charles 
Hall ^c Beck, 27 X. Market 
Hall & Decatur, 64 Hampden 
Haliiday Wm. 33 Princeton 
Harper T. II. 3^3 Sumner 
Harris Bros. 2 Pynehon 
Hayncs Charles, "ill Pleasant 
Hrintz John, 2d, 1106 Tremont 
Heuly L. 1233 Tremont 
Hennessey M. 22 Swan 
Hefthe'i Jacob, 253 Rubles 
llervey H. 41 Leverett G 
^'iggmhotham Wm. 132 Purchase 
HolWa D. 337 Federal 
Wop^s S. F. 6c Co. 152 Cambridge, 

and 13 Blackstone market 
[jook William U. M. 65 Salem 
Howe C. H. & H. 2s Weston 
"urchins & Co. 16 Union and 5 Friend 
IlylanU Wm. F. uu D 

M A S S A C 1 1 l"s 11 V TS Ml \rv \i7 ITu^T 
*««uiJIee, 17J Wuatklugtou Street; 



I Irvin John M. 176 Sumner, E. P>. 
! Johnson, Hoi brook, & Rice, 34 Charles 
I Josselyn Isaiah, 141 Broadway 
i Kenney Edward, 1341 Tremont 
I Knowles H. W. 510 Harrison avenue 
j Knox John L. 14 St., Charles market 
! Lantalum John, 4U3 Commercial 
j Lawrence George F. 51 Eliot 

•Leary & Dinneen, 59 Lincoln 
I Leland & Allen, 425 Commercial 
j Leonard S. S. 104 Fourth 
i Lincoln, Chamberlin, & Co. 33 North 
I Litchfield John H. & Co. 1153 Wash. 
j Long Daniel F. 219 Broadway 
j Lovejoy Frederick K. 878 Albany 
I Lovering K. II. 4 North square 
I Lyons Edward, 1335 Tremont 
' Madden Thomas, (J52 Fourth 
I Malley Patrick xM. 809 Federal 

Maloney Joanna, o3 South 
j Marlow William, 241 Dorchester 
j May Bernard, 69 Pleasant 
j Mc Aleer Peter, 329 E 
j McCann & Finnegan, 9 Suncourt 
I McConnell John. 193 Third 

McDonald Patrick, <66 C 

Me Gettriek Michael F. 1033 Tremont 

McGowan Patriek, 1250 Tremont 

McGrath P. 65 D<dham 
i McMahou Eugene. 14 E. Dedham 
| Melligan P. M. 169 Cambridge 
j MiJlikin N. 924 Blackstone 

Mills B. T. cellar 2 Bovlston market 
j Mitchell J. W. 90 Lev'tretr 
| Molineux & Bollard, 540 Tremont 

Monrdian James, 1323 Tremont 

Mooney Wm. 1344 Tremont 

Moran A. 61 Middlesex 

Morse John, 18 Phillips 
i Moulton E. G. 2 Bennet 
I Mulialy Thomas. 259 Fourth 
j Monday Owen, loO West Dedham '' 
i Murphy James, 103 Endicott 

MurpFry William, 1014 Harrison ave. 
j Murray U. F. 16 Leverett 
! Naesbn James, 50 S. Margin 
! iNason James & Son, 1 733 Wa>h. 
j Newcomb L. 92 il m-ison avenue 
I Nelson O. F. 145 Harrison avenue 

Newton E. S. South cor. 

Newton John F. 1866 

Nolan P. SI Soutii 

NORTH, MEKIAM, & CO. 27 and 
29 Faneuil Hall (see page 699) 

O'Brien Daniel. 74 Albany 

O'HareJoan, 11 Fleet 

O'Keefe Mary, 42 Swan 

O'Lauirhlin T. l>7 Fourth 
i O'Leary P. 6 74 Federal 
I Palmer T. F. £ Co. 172 4 Wash. 
j Palmer W. II. 1529 Washington 
i Parker Alorizo B. 392 Hanover 
! Parks C. S4 Cambridge 
| Parsons & Wiaiiin,470 Harrison ave 



Essex 
Wash. 



IAS. CO. of Sprim^ileltl, Ma«. Bos- 
JOiKN UUMSl K.\i>. ticjieri»l A^eut. 



550 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Provision Dealers — continued. 
Pastrouich A. II. 2"> Grove 
Perkins & Jaques, 601 Tremont 
Perley Geo. Hudson cor. Harvard 
PfafT Willinm. 96 Castle 
Pierce G. W. fc'H. W. 7 Dudley 
Pigott George, 64 & QQ Charles 
Pulsiier T. P., Prince, cor. Salem 



iTibbetts C. M. 132 Blackstone 
I Towle Albert, 7*>3 Washington 

Towle Brothers, 2~> Huason 
, Try on. Joseph, 4:! Merchants row 

Trvon S. C. ik Co. 2t; Merchants row 
'Tucker M. D. 70:? Trcmont 
j Tucker N. II. 51 Harrison ave. 
i Viles & Smith, 54 Cambridge 
I Wade John, 107 P>each 



Querback Eberhard, SI Meridian 

Ramsey James S. 135 Shawmut ave. I Wade Michael, 147 Kneeland 
Beardon Edwin, Preble, c. Wendell, I. Wait Gilbert, 274 Broadway 
Reed E. G. 92 Cambridge j Walker Aaron G. 310 Trcmont 

Rice James P. 1437 Wa>hmgton Webster E. N. 37 Adams 

Roach B. & Bro. 227 Albany | Welch G. H. 1556 Washington 



Roberts C. L. 2 Shawmut ave. 



Welsh P. 135 Fourth 



Roberts Wm. C. 1565 Washington & Werner Peter, 1140 Tremont 

851 Harrison ave. I Wheeler Geo. W., Green, c. Gouch 

Robinson A., Causeway, c. Billerica White Erastus, 104 Salem 
Robinson Nelson, 4 and 6 Lowell j White W. J. 92 Myrtle 

Robinson W. F. & Co. 26 S. Market j Williams Andrew, 38 Phillips 
Rogers J. C. 129 Eliot I Williams J. F. 24 Broadway 

Royce Bradley* 30 Carver j Wiswall Samuel & R. N. 1905 Wash. 

Sanborn & Robinson, 1 Winthropblk. J Wood C. W. 830 Shawmut ave. 
Sanderson John, Portland, corner j Wood James, 159 Everett. E. B. 
Sudbury ; Woodbridge J. M. 72 Blackstone 

Sanderson Robt, jr., Eutaw, c Brooks j Woodburn F. C. 1055 Washington 
Sargent & Burr, 322 Tremont Woods William, 114 Beach 

Sargent & Parsons, 122 Blackstone j Worthen Nelson, 2030 Wash. 
Sartwell & Humphrey, 3 Blackstone \ Young Moses, 118 Sumner, E. B. 
Schuchmann Franz, 16 Harrison av. 



• 



Scott Ellen, 333 Federal 
Seaverns F. 8 Somerset 
Seaverns S. J. & C. H. 15 Yernon 
Sewell Michael. 25 Webster, E. B. 
Shapieigh Nicholas B. 194 Merrimac 
Short James, 1290 Tremont 
Skimmings Wm. II. 160 Cambridge 
Slocum I. oS Middlesex 
Small Charles F. 8 Pinckney 
Smith Cyrus A. 255 Dudley 
Smith E. 5-M Tremont 
Smith J. W. 17 F. H. square 
Smith R. Robert, 26 Maverick, E. B. 
Smith S. II. 171 Shawmut ave. 
Spear A. 67 Beach 
Squire J. & Co. 39 North 
Squire John P. & Co. 39 N. Market 



Salt Provisions. Wholesale. 

Ames & Raymond, 13 City whf. 
Baldwin, .Boturae, & Co. 10 City vrf. 
Baldwin & Heald, 25 N. Market [ 
Bell Wm. G. & Co. 48 Commercial 
Bent Thomas A. & Co. 24 N. Market 
Boynton, Swallow, & Co. 35 North 
I Coffin N. R. 26 City wharf 
I Ellis Warren & Son, 3 South Market 
j Fishers cc Chapin, 1 Commerce 
| Hall & Beck, 27 North Market , 
i Jacobs A. & A. 17 City wharf 
Jacobs fit. & Son, 10 South Market 
! Johnson, Fay, & Co. 18 City wh£ 
I Knight & Melntire, 3 City whf. ^ 
j Lincoln, Chamberlin, & Co. 33 North 
j Mansur S. & Son, 5 Chatham row 
34 South Market 



Squire & Ciough, 42 Merchants row j Fool Brothers, ;. 
Starr H. C. 97 Broadway (Potter & Detain 

Stevens C. T. 1 & 3 Suncourt j Pulsifer 6c Pay son, 1 City whf. 

Stokeil George L. 051 Harrison ave. | Rice W. & R. 21 South .Market 
Stopford Joshua, jr., Walnut avenue, j Roberts J. W. & Co. 19 So. Market 

Robinson W. F. & Co. 26 S. Market 
I Squire J. & Co. 39 North 
J Utley <x Boynton, 53 Commercial 
' Waite, Ilovey, & Co. 3 Chatham 
Worster, Dopee, & Co. 13 S. Market 
Wright 6c Whitcomb, 3 Commerce 



cor. Warren 

Stowell S. US Leverett 
Stowed L. C. 19 Charles 
Sturtevant 6c Co. 323 Hanover 
Sumner C. H. 31 Brotafield 
Swallow Addison, 102 Prince 
Swan James, 128 Prince 
Sweeney & Brooke, 280 Sumner 
Symonds Brothers, 29 Lim -oln 
Talbot Samuel, jr., Bowdoin, cor. 

Cambridge 
Thomas W. E. 746 Federal 



Publishers. 

(See also Booksellers.) 

' Finn Francis S. 12 West 

BOSTON CIIROMO CO. (print) 

12 West, room 28 (see page 808) 



GARDNER CHI L SON, Manufacturer and Dealer in PCUXACES, 
RANGES, STOVES, &c, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



PUMP AND BLOCK MAKERS — REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 551 



Pump and Block Makers. 
Ilagnal] & LomL. 139 Fulton 
Fitzgerald c*. Fisher, 31 Sumner 
Francis <N: Lovell, 52 India vrhf. 
Furnas II. 251 Commercial 
Holmes Geo. B. 811 Commercial 
Mores A. S. 210 Commercial (iron 

manuf.) 
PEIRCE JONATHAN, 239 Comm'l 
Thompson \ Hearn, 154 Broad 
Todd .John P. 126 Commercial 

Pumps. 

BOSTON LEAD CO., J. H. Chad- 
wick & Co. agts. 49 Broad (see 
page 696) 

Dalton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 

DENNETT & POTTLE, 71 Sud- 
bury (air & sub-marine, see p. 691) 

Foster & Roby, 178 & 180 Comm'l 

Grundy Joseph, 20 Hawley 

HAWES AND IIERSEY (rotary), 
Second, cor. E (see page 693) 

Litchfield H. T., Lewis, E. B. 



PUTNAM G. 1). & CO. 51 Water 
(see page 837 ) 

Sherburne N; Co. 21 Fedeml 
Sylvester B. 1'. .S: Co. 81 State 
Whitney & Bridges, 72 & 76 Water 
Williams, Page, & Co. 91 Water. 

Ranges. 
CIHLSOX GARDNER. 99 and 101 
Blackstone (see inside front coyer) 

Ratchet Drills. 
•MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside back 
cover) 

Rattans, ice. 
Wakefield C. 36 Canal and 131 
Friend 

Reading Rooms, 
Athenaeum, Beacon 
Boston Public Library, Boylston 
Boston Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation. 5 Tremont Temple 
Church Reading Room, 130 Tremont 
Mariner's, 11 JSorth square 



M^-rnv }L ^°nm^ lk (^^) i Mariner's Exchange, 1 Lewis 
MORION e<c COLCORD, 87 Friend \ Alechanic 



(steam, see front colored page) 
1 Fui 



: Mechanic Apprentices' Library Asso- 
ciation, 26 West 
N. L. lump Mamif. Co. 1 r niton Mercantile Library Association, 32 
Paul Geo. K. & Co. 64 & 66 Union ] Summer 

reralkffiaa*W! -?$£$&*^» basement 0U 

ter (see page 837) ; Mission Hall, 205 North 

Scrannage, Bate, & Co, 7o Portland | New Church Reading Room, 25 
Stone Henry N. 132 Commercial! Bromiield [held 

(ship and others) . ■ j Republican Reading Room, 50 Brom- 

\ ennevar E. B. & Co. 5S 1 ulton 



WILSON J. AY. & CO. 79 Haverhill 
(steam and rotary, see page 680) 

Wiswall II. M. 49' Portland (rotary 
force) 

Railroad Contractors and 
Builders. 
Gore D. & II. 6 Traveller building 
National R. R. Transportation Co 

22 Broad 
Stanton I). N. & J. C. 23 Merchants 

Exchange 

Railroad. : Spikes. 
Sylvester B. F. & Co. 81 State 
Tubey H. P. 23 Broad . 

Railroad Supplies. 
ASHCROFT E. II. 51 to 55 Sudbury 

(see page 660) 
Boston Car Spring Co. 51 Devonshire 
Brocks II. W. 68 Federal 
CALHOUN F. J. 27 Dover 
Corbett A. O. 13 Batterymarch 
]> 



Real-Estate Agents. 
Abbott John K. 84 "Washington 
At wood George M. 81 "Washington 
Baker A. P. 4 6 School 
Baker K. 'W. 9 Men hants row 
Barnes F. G. & Appleton, 18 City 

Exchange 
Blanchard Charles, 7 Doane 
Blaney 1). H. 3 Winthrop block 
Blood Chas. S. 139 Broadway 
Boswell James O- 7 Seollay's bldg. 
Brown S. E. 23 Congress 
Burnham & Co. 81 Washington 
Butteriield George, 9 State 
Carr T. M. 31 Exchange 
Chamberlin J. S. 66 State 
Chandler H. P. 4 Pemberton sq. 
Chapin George II. 20 and 21 Scol- 

lay's building (N. E. farm agency) 
Child David W. 22 Congress 
Cleland Wm. 84 Washington 
Cobb &' Galley, 4.;} City Exchange 
Conlev C. C. 23 Congress 



unbar Geo. & Co. a<>ts Boston Car! Cbnwav John, si Washington 
s pring Co. 51 Devonshire j COOK COLEMAN, 4 Maverick sq. 

I.othroj, Kben J. 13 Batterymarch I (see page 69:;) 
MANSFIELD ELASTIC FROG Cot ting Chas. U. 19 Tremont. 
CO., F. J. Calhoun, agt. 27 Doane . Coverly Samuel, 31 Exchange 

**VAM, CARLTOV, &, CO., Manufacturer* of the Celebrated JBYAM 
FliiCriO.V MATCH, 02 to 10:4 Fritud Street, Boston. 



552 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Real Esfnte Agents — continued. 
Curtis J. F, 22 Congress 
Cushinan K. A. 5.">8 Wellington 
Damon Cbas. E 31 Washington 
Dexter Jos. 19 Tremont row, room 8 
Dim an J. If. & Co. 90 Washington 
Dingley E. H. 523 Washington 
DIngley J. T. 523 Washington: 
Drew S. S. 50 Court 



I Morse k Co. 26 Washington 
j Naylor R. F. 83 Court (seepage 701) 
: XASON & METCALF, 96 Wash. 
Newhall Edward B. & Co. 122 Wash. 

; Niebuhr C. E. 33 Old State House 
j Noreross & L'attee,.31 Exchange 
| Norman .fames S. 110.') Wash. 
j Norris k Jones, 18 Exchange 
j OlJis Jolin, 113 Dudley, room 8 
I Parker, Simons, & Co. 81 Wash. 



Drury C. F. 106 Court 
Eldridge C. W. 15 Congress & 1191 j Parsons John, Jr. 5 Lindall 
Washington I Pierce W. II. & Co. 19 Court 



Eldredsre James T. 23 Congress 



Porter A. S. 5 Court 



EVANS BRICE S. 31 State, rooms | Porter J. K..& Co. 5 Court 

11 and 15 j Potter & Boyd, 95£ Washington 

Faunce George B. 22 Guild row , Power T. C. k Co. 15 School 

Fernald Eli, 2 Chapman j Proctor & Hallett, 102 Broadway 



Frail II. & Co. 50 School 



Read J. Stacev, 13 Tremont row 



FRENCH J. 80 Washington (Partie~j Read & Co. 72 Friend 
ular attention paid to the care of i RICE SAMUEL, 9 State 
real estate and collection of rents) J Ri< hardson John. C, 81 Washington 
Fuller J. Franklin, 9G Washington I Ripley Wm. 9 State 
GLEASON L W. & Co. 102 Wash. \ Robinson & Brown, 3 Phcenix blclg. 
(special attention given to the sale Russell Samuel II. 13 Doane 



of farms and residences) 
Goldsmith Wm. 113 Dudley 
Gray James, 4 Scollay's bldg. 
Grecly J. L. 75 Court- 
Grid iey & Co. 50 School 
Griggs John II. 1879 Washington 
Hall E. C. 15 Marshall 



Shepard J. IT. Jr. 5 Tremont 
Shepard J. W. 15 Marshall 
SHERIDAN W. A. &'CO. 7 Green 

(see page 807) 
Simmons Geo. A. 204 State 
Simonds Joseph, 49 Washington 
Simpson John B. 27 Guild row 
Skilton John, 18 Exchange 



Harding Wm. B. 776 Federal 

Haskins Ralph, 40 Old State House I Smith M. S. 27 Guild 

Haven B. K. 6 Tremont | Smith W r . A. 22 School 

Hawes S. 89 Cornhiil j Sneaden Geo. R. 563 Wash. 

Hichborn Geo. R. & Co. 1 Scollay's, Spinney "E. B, & Co. 15 Congress 



building: 
Hildreth Richard W. 31 State 
Hill Ira k Co. 89 Court 
Hobart Peter, Jr. 15 Harvard place 
Holt C. A. 193 Friend 
Hubbard M. E. 1221 Tremont 
Hyde J. F. C. 2 Court square 
Jackson S. S. 15 Congress 
Jacques Samuel, 6 Tremont 
Jeffries John, Jr. 17 City Exchange 
Johnson A. S. 23 Court * 
Kingsley Gardner P. 33 Devonshire 
Kyie W. S. & T. 10 State 
Lakeman J. 51 Commercial 
Lakeman M. B. 51 Commercial 
GEORGl 



: Stafford Chas. F. & Co. 1055 Wash. 
j Stewart & Metcalf, G50 Wash. 
! Stone Phineas A. 171 Charles 
I Thayer E. F. E. 11 Court 
| Tolman & Hunting. 11 Bromfield 
j TOMBS & JOHNSTON, 161 Broad- 
way 
! Tuckerman G. W. 9 7 South 
| Vina! Albert, 8 Traveller building 
j Walker & Co. 23 Court 
i Ward H. B. 2 Court square 
I Wells Job H. & Co. 10 State 
Wheeloek k Colburn, 13 Tremont 
i row 



I Whitaker & Moore, 13 Traveller big. 
LEICESTER GEORGE V. 206 White 0. 11. School, cor. Wash. 

Tremont [House WIIITEHOUSE C II. 693 Wash. 

Lester John IT. & Co. 22 Old State! (see page 828) 



Losing & Abbott, 89 Court 
Maguire & Gundy, 3 Milk 
Harsh S. P. 89 Court 
Mason Win. II. 4 6 School 
Maynard J. W. 9 Stare 
Mayo If. L. & Co. 49 Tremont 
Mclntire Charles. 9 State 
Meigs L. 84 Washington 
Merrill John J. 181>7 Washington 
Monks It. J. 8 Congress "sqn are 



i Wilder & Hoi way, 3 Tremont row 
Wilkins C. S. & Co. 32 Old State 
I House 

j Williams G. Foster, 48 State 

| Williams James M. W. 66 State 

i Williams It. II. 80 State 

| Williams S. II. 18 Pemberton square 

i Williamson E. V. S. & Co. 678 Wash. 

! Win net t J. & Co. 9 State 

' 'Window ,x Batten, 685 Washington 



Gar one ii cmr.sox, 

UAKGJGS, STOVE: 



Manufacturer und Dealer in FI7R.N VC '!•>, 

&c, 00 and 101 JBiacknttme St., lioston. 



RECTIFIERS — REPORTERS. 



Rectifiers. 
\ 1 ims Lutfcpr, 120 Lincoln 
B410WN & HATES, 97 Broad (see '• 
j^jre 824) 

i :.<V-idy John E. 11 Central wharf 
Cliti'ord S. W. 57 Commercial 
GIBSON JOHN'S SON & CO. 97 

Broad (see page 824) 
Graves C. II. 35 Hawkins *j 

HOUGHTON, BRINK, & CO. 100 

and 102 Broad 
lluckiris, Hunt, & Co. 36 N. Market j 
Patten .Tames & Co. 35 Fulton 
Traeey John & Co. 85 Broad 

Reflectors. 
Frink 1. P. 21 Eliot, I. Schwartz , agt . 

Refrigerators. 
Curtis & Cobb, 348 Washington 
EDDY DARIUS k SON, 16 Brom- 
field (see page 666) 
ilarnden S. & Sob, 14 Canal 
McMIGHAEL & CO. 131 Cabot and ' 

1179 Tremont (see page 825) 
Roberts Henrv A. 35 No. Market 
WALKER F. A. & CO. 83 and 85 ] 
Cornhill 

Regalia Manufacturers. 
Harding Charles P. 226 Broadway 
Hodges" Samuel W. 14 Bromfield 
Folia rd & Leightou, 104. Tremont 

Regulators for "Watchmen. 
BUERK J. E. 47 Congress (seep 
821) 

Reporters. 
Yerrinton J. M. W. 221 Wash. 

Restaurants, &c. 
Ahlers A. 7 LindMI 
Angler C. W. 54 Court 
Appleton Wm. W. 8 Green 
Babeoek Ada Mrs. 69 Beach 
Bacon & Craw lord, 370 Wash, and i 

G & 8 Essex 
Bailey James J. & C. II. 94 Lincoln I 
pall & Boynton, 45 So. Market 
Ball & Brooks, 85 Sudbury 
Bancroft Jojin G. 191 Hanover 
Barker & Hall, 96 Court [House | 

Batciielder O. F. & Co. 3 Pearl st. j 
Bauer John N. 26 Spring lane 
Bean G. L. 6 P. (). Avenue 
Boarae F. II, N. E. cor. F. Hall 
Bearsc ^: Lewis, opp. 6 Central whf. | 
Bell dames P. 56 Chardon 
Bi»nz Anthony, 1154 Wasb. 
I Jerry Theodore, 2 24 Commercial 
BhiisdeTl & Dow. Blackstoue, e. Cross | 
Blane F. A. 4 \\ inter place | 

Miss H. C. H. 19 Congress 
Hobay & lleinw-in, 526 Wash. 
%riton C. If. 7 Federal court 



Brenner & Kolb, 10 F. H. square 
Brigham P B. 95 Court 
Brigham R. B. 470 Wash. 
Brock \V. \V. 80 No. Market 
Broderiek M. 18 Causeway 
Brooks O. H. 71 Court 
Brown 11. I). 26 Kneeland 
Brown H. II. 7 7 Beach 
Brown II. O. 12 State 
Brown J. 15 No. Market 
Brown & Jones, 32 Merchants row 
Brown & Roberts, 5 Bromfield 
Brownrig John, 31-' Commercial 
Bruce I. 11C J- Commercial 
Bub H. 46 Leverett 
Buckley Joseph, 284 Washington 
Buliard W. II. 65 Causeway 
Burgess W. C. 52 Memmae. 
Cahoon & Phinney, 37 No. Market 
Campbell & Coverly, 6 Wilson lane 
Campbell & Co 815 Federal 
Campbell R. M. & Co. 93 State 
Carney B. W. 6 74 Washington 
Carter Albert J. 129 Commercial 
Chase O. N. & Co. 11 Commercial 
Cheney & Hunt, S. E. e. F. Ii mk't. 
Chesley P. II. 580 Washington 
Church James, 121 Cambridge 
Clark & Co. 55 Temple place 
Cobb Calvin C. 3 and 4 Court sq. 
Cobb E. B. 119 North 
Cole George A. 123 Causeway 
Cogan Mary. 4 Bennington, E. B. 
Collambre Win. 218 Cambridge 
Comar 6c Crowell, 35 Congress 
Connor IVm. E., Chelsea Ferry 
Constant Wm., Marginal, E. B. opp. 

Simpson's Dry Dock 
Cook & Saul, 75 Bedford 
Cooper J. G. 35 Devonshire' 
Corley David, 31 Central wharf 
Cotter L. K. 14 04 Washington 
Cragin & Smith, 12 State 
Cronin Dennis, 149 Fourth 
Cronin M. 92 Cove 
Cunio & Co. 2 Wilson lane 
Darling Mines R. 162 Summer 
Day George B. 106 Summer 
Day John, 3 «S: 5 Union Park street 
Day & Goodnow, 19 to 23 Boylston 
DeCoster E. 90 Lincoln 
Deviue M. & P. 801 Federal 
Doane D. 322 Washington 
Doane J. S. 466 Commercial 
Dornbofer John, 132 State [ston 

DRAKE GEO. FRANCIS, 15 Boyl- 
Drake Henrv, 10.0 Richmond 
Drew J. W. 205 Ruggles 
Driseoil & Began, 209 Federal 
Diibuc J. P. P. 25i and 29_V State 
Dunn Miehael, Centre, cor. Auiory 
Dihkee E. C. 91 Causeway 
Kgerton J. ones, 21 F. II. nfkt. (coi'r) 
E^ertou W. E. & Co. 46 Summer 



mass u nisi; rj> mutiai, i.h i: 

t«« Office, 17U WaaliluiUou Street ; 



I3.S. CO. of Sprlu-vfu -I»l. aiasrf. !!o<- 
JOUX BUM^TKAU, Geueral ilgeut. 



55 i 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Restaurants. vYc, — continued. 
Eich P. 340 Washington 
Emerson R. P. 172 Friend 
Enunel W. & Co. 1«S Harvard 
Enis Ignatius, 50 Yeoman 
Evers Gustave 6c Co. 2 Essex 
Faction F. A., Court, cor. Howard 
Fernandez Manuel, 10 Morton pi- 
Finn Fr«d, 39 Congress 
Fisk Marcus M. 9 Lewis, E. B. 
Fleming Francis, 62 Sumner, E. B. 
Fiinn Thomas, 79 Fourth 
Flood Patrick II. 08 Cambridge 
Flood & Johnson, 248 Broad 
FohVtt G. D. 18 Elm 
Fontarive J. J. Mrs., 1 Spring lane 
Frost Augustus, 186 Friend 
Frost Win. B. 88 Broad 
Frost & Armstrong, B. & A. 11. R. 
Galeucia Daniel, 46 Kingston 
Gallagher T. J. 586 Washington 
Garland G. W. 34 Brattle 
Gilsou & Towne, 4 Cambridge 
Gleason KUes P., O. C. & N. depot 
Goodale 0. K. 6 7 Haverhill 
Gottsehalfc Ernst, 11 Province 
Graff & Bambauer, 106 Summer 
Greenwood W. A. 22 Union 
Griffith A. W. 2 Central court 
Hall Albert. 5 Lewis, E. B. 
Hali Isaac, 34 Elm 
Hallett 6c Baker, foot Commerce 
Hanley P. T. 15 Devonshire 
Hansen & Sturm. 1 Winter place 
Hardy E. A. 5 Water and 2 Spring 
Harrington G. Mrs. 19 School 
Haven A. 11 School 
Haywood J. foot Commercial wharf 
Hechinger X. 4 7 Hanover 
Higgins R. R. & Co. 126 Court 



I Marston Russell, 23 to 27 Brattle 
i Martis George B. 7 BromfielU 
i May II. B. & Co. 15 Avon place 
! Mayer Henry, 5 Boylston 
[McCormick Peter Mrs. 94 Fourth 
i McCreary Walter, 9 Kneeland 
'McGrady J. H. 142 Broad 
i Meisner John G. 284 Broad 
[Menzel John N. 127 Summer 
; Merrill F. 14 Hawley 
! Messenger Bros. 55 Bromfield 
' Miller John C. 149 Court 
j Minon M. G 122 Kneeland 
jMolay Mary, 25 Albany 
I Moore. Samuel C. 50 Court 
| Morgan & Sweeney, 327 Meridian 



Hiil S. E. 698 Washington 
Hitchcock R. P. & Co 61 Green 
Hoiden James, 408 Hanover 
Homer & Croweli, 35 Congress 
Horan John, 99 State 
Housman Wm. 72 State 
Rowland Geo. W. 1685 Wash, 
Janes Caleb J. 44 Long wharf 
Jenkins Jasper II. 21 Lindall 
Jenness J. 1 Corn court 
Kendall S. E. 6c Co. 8 Congress sq. 
Kent Warren, 70 Cambridge 
King Joseph, toot Clinton 
Klesa John, 6 Fayette court 
KNOX D. B. & CO. 61 Bromfield 
Kraft T. 24} Union 
Kurz Samuel, 25 Eliot 
Learned I. M. & Co. 31 Congress 
Lefevre H. J. 61 Washington 
Lewis J. N\ 57 J Tremont 
Lewis Paul 1'. 359 Commercial 
Locke O. B. 71 Cornhili 
Lynch T. G., Orleans, c. Webster 
Marlaive E. T. 238 Meridian, E 



Morrill & Onthank, 41 No. Market 
[depot i Moulton G. W. 2 Bedford 

| Mulier Charles, 419 Washington 

j Nauer Jacob, 1088 Tremont 

i Nesbitt Mary, Lewis, cor. Marginal 

j Newcomb John, jr., Cornhili court 

! Newton & Park, 105 Causeway 

! Nichols John, 216 Broadway 

i Norris & Brockway, opp. 34 India 

| Norton & Co., B. H. & E. It. R. dep. 

| O'Connor M. 253 Commercial 

i Oliver Washington L. 167 Commerc'l 

I Omond R. 190 Commercial 

! O'Neil James, 159 Federal 

j Orcutt W. K. 113 Commercial 

J Paine Joseph P. 75 Washington 

| Paradise W. T. 4 Court avenue 

Pastor J. T. 34 La Grange 
'Payrow R. F. 110 Union 
j Peabody J. A. 112 F. H. Market 
! Pearson S. F. 31 Ex hange 
! Pearson & Co. 118 Union 
] Perkins Osborn F., Wash, c Arnold 
fPhilbrick Chas. E. 1899 Wash. 
| Philbriek Henry, 51 Bromfield 
j Phinney & Taylor, 2 Commercial wf. 
i Pickart Peter "M. 55 Green 
j Pickart & Hayes, 4 Chardon 

PikeF. 2 71 Hanover 
iPindell Isaiah, 1144 Wash. 
i Powers John. 208 Commercial 
j Pratt A. E. 1146 Tremont. 
I Pratt L. O. 87 Hanover 
j Presho 0. D. & I. H. 12 City Hall av. 
! Quick Augustus S. 45 and 49 Sudb'ry 
; Rankin Simon S. 1 Onlway place 
I Reichardt G. R. 415 Wash. 
i Reinbold John. 1876 Wash, 
i Rich & Baker, Clinton, c. Blackstone 

Riley J. J. 87 A 
j Rob-bins & Howard, 6 India 
i Robinson E. D. 306 Broad 

Roedel Chas. 17 94 Wash. 
j Roessle John, 401 Washington 
; Roessle John F. 7 Boylston 
[ Rogers Wm. R. 149 Cambridge 
: Roos Philip, 2 Winter place 
B. | Rosenheld Chas. 6 I Congress 



1 



CiAHDAEIl C£IU,SOX. Manufacturer and Dealer in 
RAXGES, STOVES, «fcc, U3 and 101 JJiackstone St. 



FURNACES, 



RESTAURANTS — ROOFING. 



555 



llc>*s Robert, 102 Sumner, E. B. 
Uu*m'!1 S. P. 6 7 Causewav 
Sanger F. H. 9 .Milk 
>aunders Thomas, 1421 Wa>hington 
^.iv.i^e A. L. 12 La Grange 
Seville George K. 1569 Washington 
Scherer Gottleib, 2| State 
Schinolz Jacob, Centre c. Amory 
Schnatz J. 1114 Tremont 
S.buster Isadore, 1042 Tremont 
Schwab & Bauer, H Court 
Seelig F. 6 State 
Slrira Fred. 113 Court 
Shaw E. D. Mrs. 61) Leverett 
Sim in ton J. W. 40 Elm 



Bice Mills. 
BOSTON KICK MILLS, W. H. 

Richardson, a-jent, 23 India 
Suffolk Kice .Mills, F. A. Jarvis, 33 

Lewis wharf 

Hiding Schools. 
Draper & Hall, !)l West Dedham 
Smith J. M. rear 415 Washington 
St. James Riding Academy, 1240 
Washington. 

Riggers. 
Bartley Geo. W. 7 Sumner, E. B. 
Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 & 55 Haver- 
hill (patent sail rings) 

' ommer- 



Srnith Frederick L. 26 Maverick sq. j Cowin ik Chessman, head C 

Smith T. II. 15 Lindall e i a | w harf, north side 

Spanlding H. H. 135 Blackstone 

Speidell Leopold, Water, c. Wash. 

S pence Edward, 287 North 

Stahl & Kreis. 181 Federal and 

Purchase 
Stumcke & Bro. 6 Lindall 
Stumcke & Goodwin, 9 Brattle 
.'Sullivan Mary. 130 Broad 
Tart & Gilson, 108 Cambridge 
Trainer Wm. jr. Dover, cor. Wash. 
Trask Charles T„ 1801 Washington 
TRASK & YOSE, 4 8 Kneeland 
Lngerer Francis, 1 Sudbury 
Usher James M. 1024 Washington 
Warren C. W. 40 Faneuil Hail sq. 
Watkiiis E. E. 102 Lincoln 



! Hayden & Crafts, 15 Foster's wharf 
' Johnsun & Barker, N. side Nat. Dock 

Co.'s wharf, E. B. 
Low Albert B. 266 Commerci.il and 

head People's Ferry ave. E. B. 
Low F. & Co., LTnion wharf 
Neville W. 22 State & 3 Bussey pi. 
Wilson & Billman, 81 Commercial 



Weeber John, 1 Mason 
Weiss Jacob, 22 Hudson 
Werner J. 1918 Washington 
Weymouth Charles T. 152 Broad 
Whitromb John F. 64 Canal 
White Daniel, 60 Charles 
White William F. 1376 Tremont 
Whiting C. A. & Co. 16 Marshall 
Whitman & Richardson, 5 Sudbury 
Whitney A. B. 61 Beach 
WTdttier S. R. 1191 Washington 
Wilkinson Wm. H. 1859 Washington 
WiHey A. R., Cambridge. Temple 
Willey J. M. 1376 Tremont 
Winehell & Lord. 20 Bediord 
W inchenpaw Chas. N. 169 Comm'l 



Rivets. 
ELLERY HARRISON, 8 India wlif. 
(see page 681) 

Roofers. 

COCFIRANE C. W. & CO. I04 

Water (see front colored page) 

Roofing. 
American RoofMng Co., G. W. Davis, 

agent, 10 State, and 22 State 
Bailey James T. 22 State 
Bartlett & Lunt, 126 Water 
Chapman & Soden, 104 Water 
I Chase W. J. 602 Washington 
I Clark Benjamin, 22 State 
COCHRANE CHARLES W. & 
CO. 104 Water (see front colored 
page) 
Crowley & Devine, 39 Pitts 
; Donald Brothers, 16 Curve 
I Edwards J. 2 74 Commercial 
j Farquhar John & Son, 18 East (slate) 
; Glass James, 252 Federal (slate and 



Wi n _r a te J. 200 Hanover I tin) 

Witherell P. S. jr. 104 & 106 Dover j Hawkins is: Hawley, 68 Tyler 

Woods & Ilosmer, 46 North Market | Hinckley & Co. 5!) Broad' 

Veatou R. F. 131 & 133 Court and McComb Thomas, 150 Mount Veraon 

1463 Washington j New England Felt Roofing Co., L. L. 

Zimmerman M. 22 Marshall Wiilcutt, treas. 5 Liberty square 

Revenue Stamps. I Pa ^ e Samuel & Son, 4 Liberty sq. 

Palfrey John G. 47 Merchants' Ex- ! P«&«* °' S ' f ^"J'-J ? aml 108 

change, Post Office Hoor ^ rl f f^f Liberty square 

| (metal and Slate) 
Ribbons. Parkers & Barnes, 106 & 108 Charles 

Mann John & Co. 222 Washington-! and 5 Liberty sq. (romposkion) 

importers and jobbers i Pleadwei! John, 28* Central 

Zittle Geo. (manuf.), George, c. .Mag- POUTER, CROSS, & MESSER, 

azine " j 110 Milk (see page 690) 

*** AM, ( A'tl.TOX, & CO., Mauufacturns of the Celebrated BYAM 
FRICTION MATCH, ȣ to lOA Friend Street, Bostou. 



556 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Roofing — continued. ! PUTNAM GEO. D. & Co. 51 WaVr 

PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. (iron), I (see page 837) 

51 Water (see page 83?) Union Elastic Goods Co., H. A. 

Riley Hugh's Sons, 94 Beverly Ayling; treasurer, 109 Essex 

sawyer J. S. 53 North Market Winslow Charles, Congress, c. Water 

Smith (r. W. & F. 409 Federal and; (clastic web) 

STH'KXErTV. & CO. G4 Broad ; Q - *?*** Hose Dealer. 
(see page 680) [10 State.! SHAW W. F. 615 Washington 

Storey J. C. & Co., First, near C, &l Rubber Mouldings. 

Suffolk: and Middlesex Mastic Root- [Bradstreet J. R. & Co. 57 Wash, 
mg Co., J. S. Sawyer, 53 North , French ex Coffin, 59 Milk 



HARMON & CO. 29 Washington 



over (see page 807) 
Saddlery. 



Market 
Tilson D. & Sons, 19 Bowker | L()V( . ri & We eks, 266 Commerc 

West Castieton k. R.& Slate Co., 13 RAYMOND F. O. & CO. 13 Hani 

School (slate) 

Roofing Material Manufs. 
PORTER. CROSS, & MESSER 

110 Milk (<ee page 690) 
STICKNEY J. W. 6c CO. 64 Broad I Saddlery Hardware. 

(see page 680) Foster, Colburn. & Co. 123 Milk 

Rubber Boots and Shoes. ! ^<™g ^vid W. 125 Milk 
,, n -_ . „. «■■'•« Sabm & Page, 92 and 94 Milk 

Boston Rubber Shoe Co 6 i Cong. _ | Spra Thomas & Co 85 Devonshire 
Candee Rubber Co. 9 Pearl, David j VVilfiras G.White, 23 Kilby 



(See Harness Makers.) 



- 



Hunt, agent 
New Brunswick Rubber Co. 103 

Pearl. II. L. Daggett, agent 
Wales, Emmons, & Co. 173 Pearl 

Rubber Car Springs, Pack- 
ing, &c. 

Bo-ton Car Spring Co., George Dun- 
bar & Co.. agents, 6 Federal 

New England Car Spring Co., S. G. 
Deblois, agent, 9 Doane 

Rubber Curtain Tassels. 



Safes. 
I American Steam Fire Proof Safe Co., 
j E. D. Draper, treas. 60 Sudbury 
| Edwards & Kershaw, 11 & 13 Green, . 
I Fairbanks. Brown, & Co. IIS Milk 
: Howe Scale Co., 131 Federal 
MoLauthlin G. T.& Co. 120 Fulton 
i McPherson £. M. 29 Kilby 
; M '»rse E. It. 7-1 Sudbury 
! Smith G. W, & F. 409 Federal 
I Tiit on ^c MeFarland, 110 Sudbury 



BRAZILIAN RUBBER CO. 29 \ ; Treinont Sale and Machine Co., A 
School (exclusive monopoly of \V. | Hardy, proprietor, 32 School 
F. Shaw's patent secured) Sailmakers. 

Rubber Goods. j Alexander R. R. 190 Commercial 

Atlantic Suspender Co., Win. R. Bag- ■ Amerige Henry, 1 Comui'l. wharf 
nail. Supt. 9 Green 'Baker & Prince, 22 India wharf 

BOSTON BELTING CO., Summer, j Blaney & Lowell. 234 Comml 
c. Chaun -y (see front colored page) ; Brewer & Wheeler, 270 Broad 

Boston Car Spring Co. 6 Federal [ Chandler & Cousens, 2 7 Comm'l. 

Boston Elastic Fabrie Co. 28 Milk I Child ^ Crocker, 2 North .Market 

Boston R-ibber Shoe Co. E. S. Con- Clapp & Putnam, 21 Comm'l 



■ 



verse, treas. t»< & 69 Congress 
Brazilian Rubber Store, 29 School 
Burr Henry W. 71 Congress 
Candee Rubber Co. 9 IVarl 
Clapp C.-M. &Co. 37 Milk 
Clifford J. R. & Co. 86 Sudbury 
Goodwin E. S. 9 7 Water 
Hale Alfred & Co. 23 School 
Hall H. A. 35 Miik 
Hayes Chesley, 23 School 
Hunt, Twi hetl, & Co. 26 Devonshire 
New England Car Spring Co., 8. G. 

Deblois, agent, 9 Doane 
New England Vulcanite Hide C >., d. 

M. Merri'.-k. agent, 63 Damp ien 



Crocker & Otis., 105 Commercial 
| Gushing H. G. 83 Commercial 

Day Charles, 304 Commercial 
[Delano & Taylor, G T wharf 

Devereux John N 122 Central 
\ Dicks & Potter, 132 Lro.nl 
| Dunham J. 81 Commercial 

Eastern .John R. 242 Comm'l 
I Everdean »k Cribby, 291 Comm'l 
i Friend R 62 Commercial 
: Ilolway Bio . & Woodbury. 11 Com- 
mercial wharf 
! Hutchinson & Rogers!, 13 Comm'l 
; Kemp & Benson, 35 Comm'l 
i Kingman Geo. W. 31 Comm'l 



OAKDKEH CHU.SO.V, l.nntifiutnrn' ami Dealer in FUmV%C44Sj 
ItAXGE-*, SfOV'MS, &c., 'JU niil 101 lilackstoue St., Boston. 



SAIL MAKERS 



SCALES. 



Kingman & Robinson, 102 Comm'l 
Law pre 11 <x Marble, 337 Comm'l 
!. ind Andrew J. 415 Comm'l 
Murtlo .iamis & Son, 114 Comm'l 
Matthews Geo. & Co. Co Cbcbin'l 
M« ;t»uthlin J. L. & R. II. 7 7 Goin'l 
.\LMmus J. II. .'•.'$ Comm'l wharf 
Miller Ko!).-'t, 208 Broad 
Virion D. jr. 6 Iiowe*S wharf 
Pal I ray it Pratt, 89 Commercial 
Palmer Brothel a & Lothrop, 51 Com- 
mercial 
Pinkbam E 'win, 223 Comm'l 
Rich Z. ]>. 122 Comimreial 
Silloway J- E. 317 Commercial 
Soule C. IT. 73 Commercial 
Vde IE M. 14 Commercial (tents and 
awnings) 

Salt Stores. 

Baker N. W. 40 Long wharf 

Baker & Downes, 200 State and 19 

Commerce 
Laugh & Co. 64 Commercial 
Clark Albert P. & Co. 218 State and 

27 Commerce (importers) 
freeman & Sears, 228 Stale 
Kimball oc Co. 73 Commercial 
Nickerson Edward G. 42 Long whf. 
Oakes E 'ward & Co. 52 Long wharf 
Oakes James, 49 Long wharf 
Peek & Ford, 22 Commerce and 206 

State 
Prouty & Co. 134 Commercial 
Robinson G. C. 8 Commercial 

Sand. [Moulding.). 

EDMOND JAMES & CO. 13 Lib- 
erty sn. (see back colored page) 

Sand Paper. 
BAEDEK, ADAMSON, & CO. 13 

Blackstone (manuis., sec p. 673) 
lU'TOX &€0. 51 Kiiby 

Sash Makers. 

(Ste Door, Blind, and Sash Makers.) 

Saw Filers and Repairers. 
Alden J. 1L, Sbawmut avenue near 

Dudley [Travers 

Beraey & Burrill, Beverly, corner 
Burritl Seth. jr. 234 Federal 
Eastman L, Barrier, opp. Decatur 
G radon Win.. Border, near Decatur 
Orne E. S. 37 Faneui! Kali sq. 

Saw Manufacturers. 
Abbott J. F. as Haverhill ( jig and 

fret) 
Colhuoore Wm. & Co. 26 N. Market 

(wood) 
Ellis Saw Co. 86 Fed-ral 
GOSSOM k MAPLE, M Beverly 

(see page (J.Sl') 



Ilcnahaw & Co. 31 Exchange 

I HOE U. & CO. 41 Foundry 
Uussey, W, lis, & Co. agents, 137 

J and 139 Federal 

: Man-ton J. M. 6 Taber 
Mou.-ley Wm. 88 Travera 

| Patent Wood Saw Co. 11 Battery- 
ma n.h 

•Welch, Harrison, & Co., Second, cor. 
E. (band saw) 

' Welch & Griffiths, 145 & 147 Federal 

Saw Mill Manufacturers. 

McLauthlin George T. & Co. 120 
Fulton 

Welch, Harrison, & Co., E.^ c. Second 

Sawing and Planing. 

| Bay State Moulding Mill, Joseph F. 
I Paul & Co. prop. 441 Tr< roont 
! Bennett W. XV. & J. F. 92 Border 
[BOSTON PLANING & MOULD- 
ING .MILL, John A. Robertson, 
prop. 393 Federal (see page 695) 
Davenport L. D. 18 Eustis, n. Wash. 
Keating J. F. 201 Portland 
Laming & Drisko, Swett. c. Reed 
LITTLEHALE, DRAKE, & WIL- 
LETT, (piano-work), 944 Utica & 
139 South 
MANSON & PETERSON, Border, 
cor. Decatur, E. B. (sweep and 
fret, see page 700) 
Meagher Richard, 31 Way 
[MeNUTT JOHN J. (Novelty Wood 
Works), Wareham, cor. Maiden 
(see page 818) 
Moulton George, 62 & 64 Albany 
| Paul Joseph F. & Co. 441 Treuaont 
I PICKENS & WASHBURN, 147 

Merrimac 
I PIERCE S. H. L. 1025 Federal (see 

pape 684) 
Pratt David G. 86 Utica 
ROBERTSON JOHN A. 393 Eed- 
i eral (see page G95) 
| Smith Geo. H. 239 Cambridge 
! STEARNS A. T. 22 State (see page 
; 695) [Friend 

[Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, corner 
! Wentworth Setb, 35 Wareham 
! Wood & Chester, 21 Harvard pi. 

Scales and Balances. 

Fairbanks, Brown, & Co. 118 Milk, 

c<>r. B&tterymareb 
(Fairbanks E. & T. & Co. 11* Milk 

| Howard E. vS: Co. 114 Tremont 

i Howe Scale Co., (». B. Reynolds, 

treas. 1.31 Federal 
I Preston W. B. 20 Faneuil Hall sq. 
; Starratt & Marsters, 32 F. H. sq. 
| Stephenson L. vS: Co. 106 Water 
j Walker P. H. & Co. 6 F. II. sq. 

IlV*. ('•'>. of SprliajsHeld, Mass. Bos- 



>lAss\fHUSKTTS MUTUAL LIVK ! 
**n oUiec, 1?J Wfesliiiigtou Street] JOIilV BUMSTlSAD, General Agent. 



558 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



School-house Furniture. 
ITammett J. L. 37 Brattle 
Haskell \V. 0. & Son, 34 Canal 
Ross J. L. 42 Chardon, opp. Hawkins 

Shattuek Wm. G. 108 Fulton 

Schools. 

(St? also Teachers.) 
Baker B. F. 554 Wash, (music) 
Gannett George Rev. 69 Chester sq. 

(boarding and dav) 
Oliver Edw. B. 26 Oxford (music) 

Scew Manufacturers. 
Boston Screw Co. 29 Broad 

Scroll Sawing. 
Davenport L. D. 18 Eustis 
JAQUITH A. B. 60 Albany (see 
page GW) 

Sculptors. 
Brackets E. A. 24 Tremont row 
Carew Joseph, 502 Tremont 
Cobb Cyrus, 228 Washington 
King J. C. 11 Bromfield 
Milmore J, & J. 434 Tremont 
Milmore Martin, 51 Studio building 
Wiiitney Geo. A. 60 Studio building 

Seal Engravers. 

BARNES WILLIAM II. 74 Wash, 
(see page 688) 

JACOBS GEORGE, 151 Wash, (see 
page 662) 

MERttlAM & CO. 19 Brattle sq. 
(see page 6 70) 

Mitchell II. 5 Tremont 

POWER & CLELAND, 5 Fearl-st. 
House (see page 695) 

Small Frederick, 134 Washington 

Smith W. II. 95i Washington 

WEEDEX WILLIAM N. 50 Sud- 
bury (see page 809) 

Seal Presses. 
BARNES WILLIAM II. 74 Wash. 

fsee pa^e (>$%) 
JACOBS GEORGE, 151 Wash. 

(see page 662) 
MEE1UAM & CO. 19 Brattle sq. 

(toad, see page 670) 
Sargent Geo. B. & Co. 7 Spring lane 
Small Frederick, 134 Washington 

Seed Stores. 
Ames Plow Co., Quiney Hall 
Bingham O. A. & Co. 16 Federal 
Blau-hard .V Emerson, 190 State 
Bowdireh A. C. 10 Tremont. 
Breek Jos. & Son, 51 & 52 X. Market 
Curtis & Cobb, 348 Washington 
Davenport G. & Co.. 145 Milk 
Doogut- YVm. 6 79 Washington 
Greenwood <Sc Lincoln, 16 S. Market 
iiovey & Co. 53 \. Market 
Moody S. P. 92 Faneoil H. market 



| Parker, Gannett. & Osgood, 49 No. 

Market and 46 Merchant-? row 
| SchJegel & Co. 10 South Market 
\\ ashburn & Co. 100 Tremont 
Whittemore, Belcher, & Co. 34 Mer- 
chants row 

Sewing Machines. 

ADAMS J. Q. & G. W. 22 Temple 
place (see page 676) 

AMERICAN KNITTING MA- 
CHINE CO. 332 Wash, (see page 
801) 

JETNA SEWING MACHINE, II. 
S. Williams, agent for New Eng- 
land, 318 Wash, (see page 795) 

Aldrieh II. P. & Co. 71 Sudbury 

American Button Hole, Over-Seam- 
ing, and Sewing Machine Co., S. 
R. Marstoh, agent, 283 Washington 

Bangs Zenas, 69 Hanover 

Barber L. L. 9 Gore block 

Buckley Wm. II. 151 Washington 

BUTTERFIELD WILLIAM, 26 
Pearl (wax thread, see pace 694) 

CHICOPEE FAMILY SEWING 
MACHINE, J. R. Clark, agent, 
41 Summer 

Clapp John D. & Co. general anent 
Parker Sewing Machines, 106 Tre- 
mont 

Cushman E. A. 538 Washington 

Elliptic Sewing Machine, 292 Wash. 

Finkle & LyonManuf. Co. 313 Wash. 

Foster & Richardson, successors to C. 
Patch & Co. 141 Washington 

Gilman C. II. 99 Court 

Grover k Baker Sewing Machine Co. 
34 Summer 

Hancock Sewing Machine Co., E. L. 
Buffinton, treas. 221 Washington 
j Howe Elias, jr. Sewing Machines, 59 
i Bromfield 
j Johnson A. F. & Co. 334 Wash. 

Leavitt Sewing Machine, Leavitt & 
Brant, 50 Bromfield 

LINCOLN & BENNETT (Willcox 
& Gibbs). 323 Wash, (see p. 663) 

Masury L. M. & Co. 210 Wash. 

McKay Sewing Machine Association. 
6'j Congress 

Xagle E. J. 2 Spring lane 

Peabody Rums H. 7 Province ct. 

PLUMMER & WILDER, 59 Brom- 
field 

SECOMB & CO. 332 Wash. (Com- 
mon Sense, see p. 664 and 804) 

Stern & Co. 15 Water 

The Empire Sewing Machine Co-, C. 
E. Finkle, manager, 332 Wash. 

The Singer Manuf. Co., Zenas Bangs, 
agent, i}'^ Hanover 

Union Button Hole Sewing Machine 
Co. 36 Chardon 



s E \V I X G M A € 1 1 f X ES. 



Xfcfeol*, F. W. cfc Co. 

(Aleuts Wanted.) 



3Vo. 1 Couit 



SEWING MACHINES — SHIP BUILDERS. 



559 



VOGEL KASIM1R, 36 Chardonl Sewing-Silk Manufs. 

(button hole, see page 83.3) I Chaffee J. D 44£ Summer 

Wallace B. D. 144 Washington Dunham C. II. & Co. 67 Milk 

Weed Sewing Machine Co. 349 j FAR WELL I Jb. & CO. 1 Bussev 

Wash. J. H. Fowler, accent p} ace 

Wheeler & Wilson, H. C. Hayden, i HOLMES I). W. & CO. 7 Liberty 

agent, 228 Washington square 

Whitremere D. 30 Pearl (wax thread) | Kyle John & Co. 6 Winter 
Wilson Sewmg Machine Co. 656 Messenger Vernon A. & Co. 19 Milk 



Washington 
Wiudship J. M. 1897 Washington 

Sewing-Machine Firings. • 
ADAMS J. Q. & G. W. 22 Temple 

place ("see page 676) 
Barber L. L. 9 Gore block 
Clapp John D. & Co. 106 Tremont 
CURRIER, PHILPOT, & CO. 5 

Hay market sq. (see page 813) 
Foster & Richardson, 141 Wash. 
Leavitt Sewing Machine, Leavitt & 

Brant. 50 Brom field 
NICHOLS F. W. & CO. 1 Court av. 



! SEAVEY, FOSTER, & BOWMAN, 

j 4 2 Summer (sec page 6 94) 
Suydam L. D. 81 Milk 
; Watson William G. & Son, 283 
Washington 



(see page 752) 
Stern & Co. 15 Water 
The Singer Manuf. Co., Z. Bangs-, 

agent, 69 Hanover 

Sewing-Machine Needles. 
ADAMS J. Q. & G. W. 22 Temple 

p!. (see page 676) 
CURRIER, PHILPOT, & CO. 5 

Haymarket sq. (see psge 813) 
Strain E. & Co. 50 Bromtield 



Sowing-Machine Hepairera. 

ADAMS J. Q. & G. W. 22 Temple 

place (see page 6 76) 
Barber L. L. 9 Gore block 
f luck ins & Warner, 7 Spring lane 
Nagle E. J. 2 Spring lane 
Intern & Co. 15 Water 

So wing- Machine Thread and 
Silk. 

Brojrn Gerrv, 53 Congress 

Clapp John D. & Co. 106 Tremont 

FAR WELL I. Jr. & CO. (manuf.) 
1 Bussey place 

Foster & Richardson, successors to 
C. Patch & Co. L41 Wash. 

Gardiner O. W. & Co. 89 Franklin 

HOLMES D. W. & CO. 7 Liberty- 
square 

Leavitt Sewing Machine, Leavitt & 
Brant, 50 Brom field 

NICHOLS F. W. & CO. 1 
avenue (see page 752) 

Ross. Pearce, & Co. 60 Milk 



Shafting. 

AMERICAN TOOL & MACHINE 
CO. 45 Kingston (see page 669) 

Sheathing (Yellow Metal). 

Crocker Brothers & Co. 124 State 
Foster & Roby, 178 and 180 Com'l 
Fuller, Dana,'& Fitz, 110 North 
LAZELL, PERKINS, & CO. 28 
Broad 

Sheathing Paper and Felt. 

(Dry and Tarred.) 

N.' E. Felt Roofing Co. L. L. Will- 

cutt, treas. 5 Liberty sq. 
Page Samuel & Sons, 4 Liberty sq. 
PORTER, CROSS, & MESSEK, 

110 Milk (see page 690) 
Waban Mills, D. Lancy, treas. 

Kilby 

Sheet Wax. 
(Wholesale and Retail) 
SPRINGER L. R. MRS. 351 W 
(see page 662) 

Ship Bread. 
(See also Bakers.) 
AUSTIN C. F. & CO. 116 Com- 
mercial (see page 660) 
Brewer & Fowle, 66 Commercial and 

148 Purchase 
NickersonF. W. 12 Commercial wh£ 

Ship Builders. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, cor. 
Marion, ollice 114 State (iron, see 
page 700) 
Boole George, Jeffries Point, E. B. 
Briggs E. & H. O., First, foot K 
I Curtis John J., Meridian, c. Condor 
Court ■ Curtis, Smith, & Co. CurtLs's wharf, 
| Border, E. B. 
Hall Samuel, Border, near Decatur 



54 



.sh. 



SLAVEY, FOSTER, & BOWMAN, ! Jackson Robert E. 166 Border, E. B. 

42 Summer (muiuis. see page 694) ! Loring Harrison, (iron steamships) 
Tbo Singer Manuf. Co Z. Bangs, agt. . First, near M, City Point, S. B. 

60 Hanover | MAYNARD JAMES A. New, cor. 

Wheeler & Wilson, H. C. Ilayden, j Maverick (iron, see page 699) 

agent, 228 Washington 1 McKay Donald. Border, n. Eagle 



HYAtt, CARjyro.N', «fc CO., .llnimf«ct(uei.s of tlie 
FRICTION* MATCH, O'i to 104 Friend iirct 



Celebrated 
J. Boston. 



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Ship Builders — continued. I Googins M., Border, cor. Lexington 

Sampson Charles & Co. Condor j Hathaway J., Border, n. Decatur 

Taylor John, Border, near Eutaw HATHAWAY S., Border, n. Cen- 
Taylor J. E. 364 Mcridi in tral square 

Townsend Jas. L., Border, n. Eutaw Howe, Averill, & Co. 21 Eastern 
„, . ,-,, ,, avenue, National Dock Co. ? s wharf, 

Ship Caandlers. and Simpson's dry doek, Marginal 

Atwood J. I. & H. R, 2 70 Comm'l | Hunter Root., New, n. Sumner, E. B. 
Baker J. & Co. 79 Commercial j Leman G. II. &. J. G. 236 Broad & 

Rakers & Humphrey, 99 Commercial [ Grand Junction wharf, E. B. 



Barnes 1). 391 Commercial 

Bartfett Henry & Co. 6 Central whf. 
Bickford W. D. 14S Broad 
Brooks II. C. & Co. 4 Le<vis wharf 
Carver R. & J. E. 181 Charlestown 
Fearing, Rjdrnan. & Sw;it, 23 Comm'l 
Fickett Moses, 103 Commercial 
Gammans J. jr. 103 Commercial 
Gilmore, Kingsbury, & Co. 142 Com- 
mercial 
Hinckley Bros. & Co. 71 Comm'l 
Mayo & Tarr, 113 Commercial 
Mayo & Tyler, SO Commercial 
Nickerson Joseph & Co. 95 Comm'l 
Rich John & Co. 104 Commercial 
Ryder E. H. & Co. 71 Commercial 

Snow Zenas & Co. 106 and 108 Com'l j Davis John & Son, 20-t Commercial 
Wbiton Bro. & Co. 31 & 33 Comm'l Eaton Chas. F, 45 Long wharf 

Fickett Moses, 103 Commercial 



Lewis Joel W. 45 Richmond 

Miaener Benjamin, 12 Lewis 
.Mitchell Win. A. 103 Sumner 
Nute 6c Emery, 79 is. 13 Sumner 
Richards D. W. 501 Commercial 

Ship Spring Travellers. 
Bray, Newell, & Co. 53 Haverhill 

Ship Stores. 
Atwood Jas. S. & II. R. 270 Comm'l 
Baker J. & Co. 79 Commercial 
Bakers 6: Humphrey, 99 Cjinm'l 
Billings George, 8 Lewis wharf 
Bliss James, 349 Broad 
Brooks H. C. & Co. 4 Lewis wharf 
Curtis Franklin, 51 India 



Ship Joiners. 

Bickford Moses P. 315 Commercial 
Cowin R. S. 342 Commercial 
Donneil II. D. 185 Broad 
Donnell W. E. 295 Commercial 
Ford & Peterson, Curtis's wharf 
Gallupe Wm. II. 156 Commercial 
Green William. F-, Border, near Lex- 
ington 
Kent B. B. 308 Commercial 
MANSON & PETERSON, Border 



Gilmore, Kingsbury, & Co. 142 Com'l 
Hawkes C. W. 136 Commercial 
Hinckley Bros, k Co. 71 Commercial 
Mahan B. F. 50 Long Wharf 
Mayo & Tarr, 113 Commercial 
"Mayo & Tyler, 64 Commercial 
Miller Bros. & Willis, 228 Broad 
Nickerson F. W. 12 Coml. wharf 
Pendleton 6c Rose, 308 Broad 
Pitcher, Flitner, & Co. 200 Com'l 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 State 



MARKS, LDMANDS, & CO. loot Kvfler E H , & Co . 71 Commercial 

w S # mn ?Iri? e P! \f I° 0) T. r> ! Ryder & Hardy, 63 Commercial 
£ c *V*y JJi bam Border, E. B s t Geo< W . 209 Commercial 

McKie \\ ilham ,11. & Co. 92 Border Seamen & Co. 208 Commercial 

McLaren J 92 Border _ | gtearr . QharIeg n & Son> 410 Com'l 

ui £J; l ' b f ormiie ^ ial . , j Stone Nathaniel, 232 Commercial 

Kyaer \\ hitman L. 303 Commercial 

Simmons Charles, foot Sumner Ship and Oil Tanks. 



Small Samuel, 355 Comm'l 

box No. 2 45, 22 State) 
Yen tress Magnus, 232 Broad 



(order j HODGE E. & CO., Liverpool, near 
Central square, E. B. (see page G:. 1 ' ) 

JMAYNARD JAMES A., New, cor. 
Maverick (see page 699) 

! SNOW WM. II. 14 Lewis, E. B. 



Shipsmifclis. 

ATLANTIC WORKS, Chelsea, c- , 

Marion, .office 114 State (see page SiVl ? rim & 8T ' 

700) | Huckins P. S. & J. B., Border, Cen~ 

Basset*; Z. & Son, 13 Eastern are. tral square [150 Border 

Bateman II. T. 356 Commercial : Jones Henry & Co. 32 Congress and 

Cleveland E. J. & Co. 3 7 7 Commer- j Trickey & Jewett, 21 Kilby 

eialand Marginal, E. B. j Union "Ship Timber Manf. Go., Mav- 

DunsterviUe J. F. 113 Albany erick, E. B. 

ftodbold & Thompson, 170 Broad & \ Washburn Cyrus, Border, Central 

38 7 Commercial j square, E. B. 

OAUOJJER c;!!LHi)\, Manufacturer end Dn.ler In FURNACE*, 
KAXGE9, hTQYXS, &c., 99 and 101 lilackstouc St., Boston. 



SHIPPING OFFICES SHOW CARDS. 



»6l 



, Shipping Offices. I Bra&haw John & Co. 24 7 Washing- 

Buckhy J. 11. 25 2 Commercial ton (patterns) 

Chase A. K. & Co. 102 Commmerc'l Fish< r Sidney & Co. 46 and 48 Fed- 
Fluker Francis, 146 Commercial end (traveling) 

Fiuker Jo?iah C. 1 16 Commercial I George & Cbipman, 93 Court 
Griffin K. 188 Commercial | Gowing Oscar, 176 Washington 

Harding N. 11 l Commercial | Gray Ira C. & Co. 243 Washington 

Hooper Adelbert & Co. 166 Com'l : Hewins & Hollis, 209 Washington 
Kimball & Jameson, 234 Commercial! Hight If. (). 17 Boylston Half 



Kuhn Geo. H. 110 Commercial 
Littlefield C. A. 248 Commercial 
McTntyre & Kay, 152 Commercial 
Mulligan John A. 230 Commercial 
Smith & Adams, 194 Commercial 
Stevenson & Kelly, 102 Commercial 
Thing J. M. 161 j Commercial 
Welock & Hodnett, 242 Commercial 
Whalen Dan. 1 2 North square 

Shipwrights, and Calkers. 

Adams & Albee, 209 Commercial 
Alexander R. S. & Co. 125 and 277 

Commercial 
Brown Ezra, 304 Commercial 
Brown & Loveil. 107 Sumner, E. B. 



Gostigan Edward A. 382 C 



Darton Wni. 398 Commercial 
Davis William, Marginal, near Jef- 
fries, E. B. 
Delano B. F. & Co. 36o Commercial 
Dillon dames, 232 Broad 
Dolbeare E. P. & W. L. 258 Broad 
Dolliver.P. E., rear 205 Commercial 
Ellis \Vm. J. 317 Commercial 
Foster & Leighton, Border, E. B. 
Gattnpe Win. II. 156 Commercial 
Cove & Choate, Marginal, n. Jeffries 
Green Wrn. F., Border, n. Lexington I 
KELLY, WIHDDEX, & CO., Sum- 1 

ner, cor. People's Ferry ave. 
Ladd Joseph, 13 Sumner, E. B. 
Leavitt & Storv, 188 Broad 



HOWE I. A. 221 Washington (see 

page 804) 
Lyon George & Co. 12 West 
Macomber James B. K7 Washington 
Mellen & Tillson, 69 Milk (woolen) 
Parker E. B. & Co. 84 Summer 
Beeves Wm. C. 431 "Washington 
Rickard l.\ R. 263 Washington 
Sibley Solomon, 218 Washington 
Woods J. F: 15 Otis 

Shoe Buckles. 
WOODMAN & CO., Pearl (see page 
810) 

Shoe Machinery and Findings. 
COLBUKN ISAAC & CO. 72 Milk 

(see page 657) 
Taylor Samuel K. & Co. 145 South 
Townsend'E. 76 Sudbury 

Shoe Peg Manufacturer. 
Sturtevant B. F. 72 Sudbury 

Shoe Stays. 
Patent Shoe Stay Co. 56 Pearl 

Shoe Stock. 
Wright A. J. jr. 7 Gridley 

Shoe Tips. 
American Shoe Tip Co. 56 Pearl 

Shooks. 
KILL & WRIGHT, 145 & 157 Sum- 
ner (see page 813) [wharves 
Mills J. L. & Son, Bartlett 6c Atkins 



A. P. & Co. 50 Indii 



Piper Joseph L., Carlton's whf. E. B. 

Rollins T. 234 Commercial 

Sampson A. & G. T., Marginal, near \ Morse 

Jeffries fCummercial j -.,.._. . 

Samson. Weston, k Goodwin, 317 L Solder Brace 1^3. 
Swett, Kilborn. & Co. 213 Commerc'l j Jartiett & Bu <; man ^ ,;:; Vl **™gtoa 
Taylor John, Border. E. B. Bonsall Wm. K. ^ Tremont 

Taylor Justin E., Border, E. B. | J^"; 11 ^ Gr ? e " a i l remoat 

Woodside Vincent, 284 Commercial ! , hel P s } V - H. 68 I^smont 

I rotter & Smith. 58 bummer 
| Skinner N. Miss, 821 Washington 
327 i White C. W. & Co. 99 Court 



Shirt Manufacturers. 
BACON ROBERT & CO. 

Washington (see. page 828) 
George J. A. 18 Cambridge 
HOWE I. A. 221 Washington (see! BROWN & SHERMAN, 119 Milk 



Shovels, Spades, and Scoops. 



page*04) 
Reeves Wm. C. 431 Washington 



(manufs.. see page 803) 



Show Cards. 

Shirts and Collars. ; Ashdown J. 15 Marshall 

(See also GmCs Furnishing Goods.) [Marshall & Butman, 122 Washington 
BACON ROBERT & CO. 327 Sharp John S. 84 Washington 

Washington (see page 828) j Smith William P. 199 Washington 

Baynnm W, R. 152 Washington I White & King (finishers). 344 Wa9h. 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. of Springfield, Mass. Bos- 
ton oflice, 173 Washington Strett ; JO UN BCMSTKAD, General Agent. 



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Show Cases. 
Barnum & Frye, 21 Salem 
HUGHES J. A. & CO. 151 Wash. 

(see page 688) 
LITTLE HALE. DRAKE, & WIL- 

LETT, 9-l.J Utica and 139 South 
Patterson 3c" Lavender, 43 and 45 

Cornhili 
Peterson E. G. 69 Cornhili 
Smith Stephen & Co. 51 Cornhili 

Sidewalk Lights. 
Smith & Lorctt, 5 7 Devonshire (Hy- 
att's patent) 

Siik Goods, &c. 
Chace D. K. 7 Morton place 
Cheney & Milliken, 101 Summer 
Day John, 21 King 
Griffiths C. W. & Co. 1G Milk 



Forbes & Fletcher, 54 Kilhy 
Foster VV. II. H. 14 Hanover 
Green & Adams, 36 ilawley 
Havens S. 96 Court 
HILLMAN JOHN J., Silver and 
Brass Plater, and Electro-Plater 
in Gold and Silver, 24 Sudbury St., 
up stairs, opp. Suffolk marker." All 
articles pertaining to House. Coach, 
or Harness uses, plated in the best 
manner. Coach Lanterns, Cake 
Baskets, Castors, Spoons, Forks, 
Table Knives, Plumbers' Work, 
Sewing Machines, kc, plated. 
Dashes, Rails, and all kinds of Car- 
riage Work, plated. Watches and 
Chains Gold Plated. Orders from 
the Country Promptly attended to. 
Holt John, 33 Sudbury' 
Lindsay J. N. & Co. 113 Wash. 



Horton Win. H. & Co. 12 Franklin 
Pearce S. H. & Co. 68 Franklin (oil j Miller Joseph, 23 Hanover 
silks) | Partridge F. W. 1 Province 

Silk Manuf. (Machine.) j SEfe^ M. Jewelry Co. 7 Green 

Chenev & Milliken, 101 Summer I l ^} g R' L ' U1 * ^^ ^ 

HOLMES D. W. & CO. 7 Liberty j J&& & £ u 



square 
NONOTUCK SILK CO. 79 Summei 
(see page 705) 

Silver Mining Companies. 
Boston & Reese R. Silver Mining Co 
Jas. H. Fearing, treas. 33 School 
Cash 



7 & 9 Si 



E 



Harvard Mining Co., M. E 
man, trea.s. 96 Washington 

New England and Nevada Silver 
Mining Co., S. S. Sias, treas, 
School 

Silver Ledge Mining Co., M. 

Cushman, treas. 96 Washington 

Silver-Plated Goods. 
Dealers. 

Clark, Smith, Pierce, & Co. 186 Wash. 
Holmes, Booth, <k Hardens, 17 Fed- 
eral 

ROGERS & CO. 107 Federal (see 

page 662) 
Smith Thomas, jr. 65 Union 
STEDMAN D. B. & Co. 80 Broad 

Mqnufacturtrs. 
Brown & Russell, 54 Bromfield 
Chamberlain J. F. 12 School 
Forbes & Fletcher, 54 Kilby 
Lindsay J. N. & Co. 113 Wash. 
ROGERS & CO. 107 Federal 
page €62) 

Silver-Platers. 
Anthes F. C. & Co., 16.0 Wash. 
Brown & Russell, 54 Bromfield 
Carleton Amos D. 6 Washington 
Cramphorn James, 83 Sudbury 
Crowley Daniel, 152 Hanover 
Emanuels E. J. 45 Sudbury 



pp, v « y spring lane 
Silversmiths. 
BJGELOW, KENNARD, & Co. 331 

Washington & 10 West 
CROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, 240 
Wash, (see page 66 7) 
| Farrington & Hunnewell, 12 West, 

factory, 8 Waltham street 
j Harding Newell & Co. 12 Court so. 
j Johnson S. II. agent Whiting Manuf. 
33 | Co. 21 School 

I Laforme V. 15 Water 
Pear & Bacall, 7 Avery 
Pear & Bro. 29 Avery" 
Rogers A. 332 Washington 
Shreve, Stan wood, <Sc Co. 226 Wash. 
Tirrell Daniel L. 160 Wash. 
West Chas. 23 Water 



178 



Skates. 
BRADFORD & ANTHONY, 

Washington 

Skirts. 

(See also Hvoo Skirts.) 
HAWES J. S. & CO. 12s and 130 
Federal (tucked and ruffled, see 
page 814) 

Skirt Supporters, 
(sec i Barrett Charles, 13 Doane 
Brooks & Morrill, 10 Arch 
Saunders 3D. B. >s: Co. 96 Summer 

Slate Dealers. 
Empire Slate Co., J. F. Dearborn 

agent, 41 Kilby 
West Castleton R. R. & Slate Co. 

John Borrowseale, agt. 13 School 
WILBUR A. & CO. 112 Trcmont 



4RD5ER CHILSOPf, J»Ininifa<-tiirer auil Denier iu FlKXACtS, 
RANGES, STOVES, &c, 09 and 101 BlacJkatone St., Boston* 



SLATERS 



SOAP M, w ,Av,hj.;ERS. 



503 



I Mason & Tucker, ino Devonshire 
I Morse .John ('. & Co. 108 Devonshire 
! Morse »S: Browne, 24 Milk 
i I'orter Bros. 42 Summer 
| Rover., Tuck. & Co. 43 Milk 



Slaters. 
Borrowseale George W. 13 School 
i'M,rro«'>'cale Joseph, 44 Kingston 
Chase VV r . J. 602 Washington 
(.'usiek William, 2G Hawiey 

Driscoll «^ Flanagan, 205 Cambridge 1 s&edd James V. & Co. 21 Arch 
Farriuhar John & Son, 22 East i Stimson .V Cotter, 102 Summ -r 

Finigan J. 173 Dudley i Swift E. M. & Co. 44} Summer. 

Glass James, 252 Federal Walker Joseph & Co. 41 Franklin 

Harrigan J. 22 Stale and Liverpool, j Williamson & Burns, 07 Devonshire 

cor. Decatur 
Hawkins & Hawlev, 68 Tyler 



Hawley James, rear 36 Kingston 
McComb T. 150 Mt. Vernon 
MeMann James, 124 Dudley 
Kiley II. s Sons, 94 Beverty 
Tilison D. & Son, 19 Bowker 



Warner John W., Marginal, n. Lewis j cr\ri 



Soap and Candle Manufs. 

Jackson Edmund. 214 State (candles) 

Johnson C. Berkley, (K. A. ,V W. 

Winchester's), 15 S. Market 
i Jones C. L. & Co. 4 South Market 
j Morrill J. jr. & Co. 8 Commercial 
' Reardon J. & Sons, 12 Central 



Slipper Manufs. 
Barrell T. W. & Co. 43 Pearl 
Boston Carpet Slipper Co., Edward 

Bolter, agent, 55 lligh 
Bowker D. 2 Pearl St. House 
Burnhani F. P. 2 Pearl St. House 
Leonard J. B. & Co. 141 Pearl 
N. E. Slipper Works, Damon, Thom- 
as, & Lewis, 57 Hanover 
Pierce & Fuller, 140 Pearl 
Webster J. L. 6c5 Pearl 

Slipper Patterns. 
BUTLER E. K. 63 Pearl (see page 
6G8) 

Small Wares. 

ALLEN EZRA & SON, 295 Wash- 

(see page 696) [onshire 

Bartlett, Swadkins, & 3ii!ler, y5 Dev- 

Boone, Canneli, & Co. 72 Summer & 

23 Otis (importers) 



TIIARD, HERBEKT, & CO. 
27 Broad (see page G61) 

Soap Makers' Supplies. 
Hodges & Richardson, 46 India whf. 
Morey & Co. US Water 
Osborn A. & Co. 25 Central whf. 
Stevens W. J. 214 State [wharf 

Winslow W. H. & Co. 2G Central 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Boston Indexical Soap Co., G. W. 
Saffbrd & Co.. agents, 51 Chardon 

Butler B. M. & Co. 117 Hanover 

j CEAG1N I. L. (agent Dobbin's Elec- 
tric Soap), 27 Doane 

| Crane A. O. & Co. 22 Beach 

; Davis Curtis, 65 Chatham 

I Day Howard, 56 Bromfield (toilet & 
laundry) [i'».'c ave. 

j Dow Wm. IL. Magazine, near Nor- 

| Earl Thomas. 833 Federal 

i Learned Levi. 350 Second 



BRIuilAM, jtiUFFlLU, & CO. 18S|LEONAKD JAMES A. 138 Broad. 

Devonshire [shire | agent Taunton Soap and Oil Co. 

BROWN J. W. & CO. 100 ^voiK Li UC oIn Win. & Co. 15 Central 
Burr Bros. & Co. 76 Franklin j Lincoln & Sons, 89 Court (fulling) 

Butler & Rogers, 13 Summer MANNING & L1TTLEFIELD, 76 

thampney Bros. & Co. 136 Devon. Kingston 

Chapman Geo. II. jr. & Co. 45 Fed- Mineral Soap Co. 156 Washington 
, , e ! Morse James, 19 Commercial 

Christian T. & Co. 12 Arch ! p ] sey Charles & Co. 8 Kemble 

Button B. F. & Co. 30 and 34 Milk ! Pounder T., Saratoga, e. Wordsworth 
Forbes, Richardson. & Co- 51 and 53 J Scott & Co. 22 State & 146 Comm'l 



Summer 

Frost Bros. & Co. 14 Summer 
Frost Henry & Co. 80 Summer 
Gardner, Pratt, & Macfcintire, 44 

Franklin 
Ghizier, Marean, & Co. 81 Summer 
GRISWOLD D. C. & CO. 146 

Devonshire 
lleaton 5c Co. 156 Devonshire 
Kmg C. E. 6c Co. 52 Summer 
Lewis, Brown, & Co. 44 Summer 
Lindsay, Young, & Co. 1 & 2 Otis 
Lodnop C. M. 53 Harvard 



ShawB. F. (washing fluid), 55 Cong. 

Stackpole & Reeves, 5 India wharf 
Stevens Win. J. 214 State 
SUFFOLK CHEMICAL CO., J. 

Schouler (kitchen, mineral, anil 

toilet), $2 North Market 
Tobacco Soap Co., Ceo. Jacques, 40 

Bromfield 
TU FTS J AM E S W. G6 Union (toilet, 

see page 668) 
Winchester Mineral Soap Company, 

17 Battery-march 
Whitaker & Hammond, 4 Kemble 



HVAM, CARl/t'O.V, & CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrated BVAJI 
FJtUCTXOa* MATCH, 93 to 102 Friend Street, Boston. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Soapstone. 

Cross T. 136 Dover 
Foote George H. $5 Province 
Franeisrown Soapstone Co. 136 Coral. 
Maine Win. II. 91 §c 93 Haverhill 
Maryland Soapstone Co. 30 Broad, 

Loring & Shate, agents 
Meserve Andrew J. 412 Tremont 
Miilard C. J. 64 Harrison ave. 
Mulrey T. D. 1940 Washington 
Wentworth A. & Co. 17 Haverhill 
WentworthW. IT. .5c Co, 14 Marshall, 

18 Bowker, and 95 Haverhill 

Soapstone Stoves. 

Maine W. H- 91 and 93 Haverhill 
Murdoek & Co. 11 Marshall 

Soda and Beer Apparatus. 

Dows G-. D. 525 Washington 
MORSE ANDREW J. & SON, 
manufacturers of soda water appa- 
ratus and sub-marine armor of most 
approved construction, 122, 124, & 
1*26 Congress 
Puffer A. D. 48 Portland 
Scrannage, Bate, & Co. 75 Portland 
TUFTS JAS. W. QQ Union (see 
page 668) 

Soda Manufacturers. 
Coburn, Lang, & Co. 100 Worcester 
Comstoek, Gove, & Co. 139 Friend 
GUSHING J. H. 27S Commercial 

(see p:j<re 697) 
FAIRBANKS & BEARD (and min- 
eral water) under Howard Athe- 
naeum. Howard st. (see page 803) 
McConolojme D. 123 North 



Spectacle Manuf. 

FRANKS EDWARD S. 313 Wash- 
ington (sec page 665) 

Spice Mills. 

(See also Coffee and Spices.) 

SWAIN, PLATT, & EARLE, 7 
Broad (seepage 806) 

Spikes. 
Blodgett & White, 70 Fulton 
Sylvester B. F. & Co. 81 State 
Tohey II. P. 23 Broad 

Spirit Levels. 
Harmon J. W. 65 Haverhill 
"Watson Wm. 216 j^ Washington 

Sponges. 
American Patent Sponge Co., C. L. 
Fowle, agent, 121 Summer (elastic) 
Smith Edwin E. 24 Exchange 

Spool Cotton. 
Francis Charles, 56 Summer 
Hadley Company, 39 Kilby 
March A. S. & Co. 65 Milk 
Pratt A. S. 43 Summer 
Willimantic Linen Co. 9G Summer 



Rob 



W 



>on, 



& Leslie, 102 



Sudbury 
Rowland Daniel G. (cellar), 36 Court 
Scripture & Parker, 31 Court square 

Sofa, Couch, and Chair Manu- 
facturers. 

BOSSOM & BORSII, 68 Albany 
(see page 830) 

BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 & 
511 Washington (see page Go'J) 

DELAPORTE & CO. 129 Portland 

Kelly H. P. 120 Tyler 

Lonergan Pati ick, 278 Federal (sofas) 

Poor S. ir. 19 Charlestovm 

SHALES DANIEL & CO. 18 Eus- 
tis (see page 628) 

WARE GEO. W.' & CO. 12 Corn- 
hill (see pane 6 79) 

White B. F. 278 Federal (solas) 

Solder. 
Fairbanks A- P. 40 Hanover 
Johnson & Co. 19 Linda! I 
Usaberger A. K. 145 North 



Spring Beds and Bedsteads. 

BURR S. S. 49 Temple place (sec 

J page 67 7) 

J Chase Dexter, 50 Milk 
Haskell A. L. & Sou, 124 Hanover 
Lelarid & Berry. 16 Cliarlestown 
Manuel Bros. 40 Hanover 
Osgood H. B. & Co. 18 Canal 
Pettingili & Pear, 35 Brattle 
Putnam John, 6 Beach 

l Thayer Henry S. 42 Elm 

! Tucker Manufacturing Co. 117 Court 
Webster D. P. & Co. 230 Friend 
Weed O. H. 31 Brattle 



Sprin g Manuf?. etur er s . 

Alden Wm. E. 10 Charlestuwn 
(spiral) 

Allyn Car Spring Co., Leeds, Robin- 
son, & Co. agents, 75 North 

liruce George W. 33 Hawkins 

Dormer ^c Garb-gam 111 Merrimac 

Duff Bros. 13 Hawkins 

Hussey, Wells, & Co. (agents), 139 
Federal (locomotive and car) 

Lin<!en Iron and Steel Co. 82 Fed'l. 

Miller Bros. <Sc Lent, 6 7 Lmion 

Timmins H. 6 Charlestown 

Tuttle J. D. 10 Swan 

Wilkinson J. W. ill Merrimac 

Stables (Liven/). 
Bacon John F. 1566 Wa<hinTton 
Baker C. & J. F. ,\: Co. 288 ' BMwar 
Barnard J. P. & Co. 23 Mvrtlc 



tiAHDXEU CHILSOX, Manufacturer and Dealer in FVRKACBS, 
HANGES, STOVJLIS, &c, 09 and lOl Blnckstoue St., Boston. 



STABLES — STAINED GLASS. 



Barry M. 77 West Dedham (hack) 
BEACON CLUB STABLE, Rich- 
ard Shea, supt, foot Chestnut 
Befi G. II. 185 Hanover 
Bonney G. F. & Co. 6 Bumstead ct. 
Browne 6c MeCartv, 1951 Wash. 
Burgess L. B. 731* Federal 
Cal'fc Joseph. 15 Purchase 
Cassidy John, jr. Station, n. Tremont ■ 



Cheney Coach Co. 166 Portland 
Cilley & Stimson, 2G North Russ 
40 Green 



Critchett Asa, Orleans, cor. Everett 

Donnelly Patrick. 8 Lime 

Downing Mortimer T. 33 Prince and 

686 Federal 
Draper & Hall, 91 W. Dedham 
Foss A. 17 Harvard 
Foster & Page, 128 Dudley 
Franklin Ben)., Dearborn, c. Eustis 
Frobisher & Nason, 9 Van Renssalaer 

place 
Garcelon Alsora. Kingston, c. Bedfd, 

4 Byron, and 87 Chestnut 
Gates George L. 22 Charles 
Giennon Edward, Harrison avenue, n; 

-Northampton 
OOODALE E. 481 Hanover 
J-rott Jabez il. jr. 3<)8 Shawmtrt av. 
Graham \\m. P., Mason, n. West 
GwumWm. H. 1233 Washington 
Uaekett C., Tyler, n. Curve (hacks) 
liar wood John X. 3 Mason 
HealeyE.201 Tremont 
Holmes C. C, Endicott, c. Stillman 
I lowland F. P. jr. 57 Eliot 
ilojyjand L. L. 1 and 3 W. Canton 
uelhson James, 24 Fleet 
Jennings & Co. 138 Beach, office 15 

l-'. S, Hotei 
Johnson G. II. los Chestnut 



I Thaxter Theodore, 787 Wash. 
Warner & Richardson, 41 Pembroke 
I Welsh W. 62 South 
Wheelock A. P. 334 Fourth 
Wiley VVm. S. & G. 0. 56 Eeverert 
Wright I. S. 12 N. Anderson (hack) 
\\ rightjngton Behj. T. 30 Charles 

Boarding Stables. 
Ayresl. II. 18 Palmer 
ell & Barnard J. P. & Co. 32 Joy 
* Barry M. 77 W. Dedham * 
BellG. It. 185 Hanover 
Cilley & Stimson, 26 North Russell 
Comee W. W. 22 Chardon 
Davis F. 68G Washington 
Dean Newell, 35 Endicott 
Douglass R. II. 35 Tyler 
Foss A. 17 Harvard [ki ns 

Hale Joseph, 1 Grant pi. and 30 Haw- 
Ham W. A. 70 Canal [town 
Ham & Co. 44 Travers & 70 Charles- 
Howland F. P. 5 7 Eliot 
Howland L. L. 1 and 3 W. Canton 
Jewett Luke, 49 Winsbw 
Johnson Geo. S. 48 Devonshire 
Leavitt Thomas, 235 Federal 
Manning A.-C. & Co. 9G Portland 
Moody Samuel, 71 Causeway 
I Nims Henry C. 6 Mason 
| Sfute O. East Dedham, near Albany 
! Stiness Geo. G. rear 1 Hamilton 
Webster E. R. 24G Meridian. E. B. 
Wheelock & heading, 22 Portland 

c. Haw- 



lOhasOn ( 



eo. S. &Go. 7 74 W; 



Winship Abel B. Sudbm 

kins 
Wright A, L. 99 Green 

Sale S<a?>/e*. 

Bowers John F. Meiiimac Stables, 

Friend 
Colman Moses & Son. 121 Portland 
>raper & Hall, 95 West Dedham 



Kir- fe k ll* ™- [Tremont | Emerson & Porter, 219 Friend [pi. 

Edward n/v^f! T e3t ° f J? oU ^^:' } V - Rensselaer 



HartD. D. 217 Friend 

Hickok & Prosser, 233 Friend 

Holmes C. C, Endicott, cor. Stillman 

| Jones 6< Qilpatrick, 195 Friend 

j Maynaid John E. 4 Bowdoinsq. 

" r m. 201 Friend 

Stained Glass. 



-^ry Edward, 113 .-Northampton 
u ?, Fhom ^ 7 ^ Federal 
Mallard. D. T. & W. M, Eliot sq 
T«ar Norfolk House i 

Man;-; d i' r ?T ph V 3S3 ^ hd ^ ! WMra John E. 4 15o 

J»> tin ,o John E. 4 Bowdoin square : Potter Win. 201 Friend 

V j- arthy John A. 1951 Wash. 

Jjcllugh T. F. Ilarr. ave. c. Curve 

^unroe & James, 1016 Wash. 

- °yes L. A. Sumner, cor. Orleans 

{JKtee Geo. D. 260 Hanover (hack) 
^haml ra ,; 3 Willow and 50 Cl :ir l, 

}"«e Vm. P. 475 Fourths. Doreh' 
f l*r H. A. & L. W. 739 Tremont 

J:*;*^ ;'olm H. 1*96 Tiemont 

j;;-;)' I-.\- Co. Cambridge, c Garden 

sift? Aus tiu, 2109 Wash. 

v ' l! ; A IUCIURD, loot Chestnut 

s ;-7'^'B0 Geo. W. rear 35 Somerset 



| COOK J. M. 131 to 141 Congress 

(see page 7 m 
j sruiNGFK L. R. Mrs. 351 Wash- 

ington (diaphanie, see page 662) 
I "West Samuel, ID Harvard place 

Stair Builders. 
Annablc I). 13-1 Charlestons 
Atkins & Hopkins, 97 i harlestown 
Atkins ,S: Small, 50 Charlestown 
Badger W. F. 61 Wareham 
Bet's E. 28 Beverly 
. Dunham Jfc Smith, 35 Beverly 

^n^f^f^F ^UIZ Ziim jks. ^Tof Springfield, M«h. Bo S - 
-•» '7J Umliin^ou Street; JOHN BUMSTJEAIJ, General Agent. 



Henry. 6 Fleet 



56G 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stair Builders — continued. 
Edgerton & Brown. 24 Beverly 
Iiacket J, C. 27 Beverly 
Harding John, 628 Harrison ave. 
Harding Uriah R. 35 Charlestowii 
Ilogan & Wetherbee, Chapman, cor. 

Emerald 
Jacobs Joshua & W. C. 110 Portland I Gay Aaron R. & Co. 130 State 
Leach S. 485 Tremont Gay & Goddard, 68 Milk 

Lothrop Ansel, .'39 Curve | Groom Thomas k Co. 82 State 



Darling C. K. 15 Exchange 
DEARBORN N. S. 24 School (see 

page 005) 
Fairbanks J. L. 186 Wash. 
Farrar & Barnard, 687J Wash. 
Fay & Cross, 12 Central 
Folts J. F. 39 Maverick sq. E. B. 



Lynch & Glazier, 1 Brewster 
Marshall James, 20 Charlestown 
Moulton George. 70 Albany 
FIERCE S. H. L. 1025 Federal (see 

page 684) 
Smith & Jacobs, 67 Wareham 
SMITH & PRIOR, 163 Sumner, E.B. 
Webber George, 140 First 
Wentworth Seth, 35 to 39 Wareham 
(spiral) 

Stamped Ware. 
Clapp F. & Son, 29 to 39 John 
Dover Stamping Co 88 and 90 North 
Farrar, Follett, & Co. 73 & 75 Black- 
stone 
Mace A. M. 58 Blacksto'ne 
Mason George II. 154 Blackstone 
Richards 6c Co. 40 to 44 North 
Seavcy & Co. S5 Blackstone 
SuiFoik Can Co. 49 Blackstone 

Stampers & Gilders. 
Dean & Co. 11 John 

Starch. 
Barker H. & Co. 7G Commercial 
Davis & Walker, 41 City Exchange 
Lyon & Vose, 1 and 3 liberty sq. 



Hallgrcen Henry J. & Co. 14 Exch. 
Halliday W. H. & Co. 58 Cornhill 

Hammett J. L. 37 Brattle 

Hill Wm. H.jr.& Co. 32 Cornhill 

Ilodgdon John W. 54 Kilby (manuf.) 
Hooper, Lewis, & Co. 120 State 
Lindsey G. W. 1031 Wash. 

j Low Albert E. 55 Meridian 

! Marsh II. F. & Co. 17 & 19 Cornhill 
MeAdams James, 74 State 
Merrill R. I. 11 Morton place 
Morse 6c Tuttle, 114 Tremont 
Mudge Alfred & Son, 34 School 
N. E. News Co. 41 Court 
NICHOLS & HALL, 43 Washington 

(see page 804) 
Remick B. J. 515 Wash. 
Rich E. II. & Son, 321 Broadway 
Russe 1 B. B. 55 Cornhill 
Sargent & Lawrence, 57 Congress 
Taggard & Thompson, 29 Cornhill 
Tewksbury Wm, P. 482 Wash. 
T upper & Co. 247 Wash. 
Ward Samuel & Co. 8 State 
Warren M. R. & Co. 14 School 
Whittemore John M. & Co. 1 14 Wash. 
WILDE, BOWLER, & CO. 1 Corn- 
hill 



MANNING AND LITTLEFIELD Woxl j. H . 10s Court 



(starch polish), 76 King- con 
Bice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Standish M. P. 34 Bioad 

State Assayers. 
Hayes A. A. 20 State 
Hayes S. Dana. 20 State 
Jackson Chas. T. 41 Somerset 

Stationers. 
Allen Charles, 22 Court 
Bellamy Wm 116 Wash. 
Bennett B. F. & Co. 116 State 
Berry & Bouve, 22 West 
Bouve E. W. 6 Bromfieid 
Briggs Oliver L. 573 Wash. 
Brooks D. B. 6c Bro. 25 Washing 
Brown A. A. 6c Co. 48 Congress 
Brown George B. & Co. 94 Mate 
tfuekley Geo. F. 80 'Fremont 
Clapp fcbenezer, 7 School 
Clark E. E. 29o Washington 
Cottreil G. W. 36 Cornhill 
Cunmdngs J. A. & Co. 15 School 
Cutter George II. 119 Tremont 



[Wash. 



Woolwortb, Ainsworth, & Co. 117 
YERRINTON F. M. 56 Wash. 

(wholesale, see page S27) 
Young II. A. 6c Co. 24 Cornhill 

Stationers' Articles. 

YERRINTON F. M. 56 Wash, (see 
page 827) 

Statuary. 
De Tries, Ibarra, 6c Co. 145 Tremont 
Garey Paul A. 6 Province ct. 

Staves and Headings. 
Bearse Owen & Co. 250 Federal 
t Mills Bros. 160 State and 529 Com'l 
ton | Morse A. P. & Co. 50 India 

Steam, Gas, and Water Pipe 
Manufacturers. 

DAVIS & FARNUM, 82 Washing- 
ton (see page 662) 
DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 9-i 

North (see page 73M) 

MORTON Sc COLCORD, 87 Friend 



Cutter, Tower, & Co. .s9 Devonshire j (see front colored page) 



GARDNER CHIJLSON, Manufacturer and 
RANGES, STOVES, &c, U0 ami 101 Bl« 



Dealer iu 

ckstonc St. 



FURNACfiS, 
Boston* 



STEAM, GAS, AND WATER PIPES — STEAM PUMPS. 



>C>1 



Richardson & Co. 122 Dudl ey 
sWi'.OKX S T. & Co. 113 Milk 
WOODMAN GEO. & GO. (manu- 
facturers' agent",) 159 Milk 
Steam and Water Gauges. 
American Steam Gauge Co. 4-1 Cong. 
ASH CROFT E. II. 51 and 53 Sud- 
bury, cor. Bowker (see page 660) 
Eratnan, Dow, & Co. 3 & 4 Hay mar- 
ket sq. 
Pulton & Ingersoll, 19 Union 
Eastman J. L. 73 Haverhill 
MO Li TON & COLCOKD, 87 Friend 
(see front colored page) [over 

New Eng. Steam Gauge Co. 40 Han- 
Paul Geo. K. & Co. 64 Union 
PUTNAM G. D. & Co, 51 Water 

(see page S3") 
Walworth James J. & Co. 18 Devon. 
Wiiiteley E. 59 and 61 Chariestown 

Steam and Water Power Gov- 
ernors. 
CHASE S. E. 35 Lincoln (see cage 

837) 
Huntoon R. K. (Huntoon's), 103 State 
Lynch J. Augustus (Huntoon's), 103 

State 
Steam Boilers and Engines. 

(See also Engines.) 
Allen Jacob A. 13 Doane 
Allen & Endieotf, 5 Liberty square 



Pratt R. W. & Co. 31 & 33 Haverhill 
PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. 51 Wa- 
ter (see page 83 7) 
Summers S. 1". &. Co. 63 Beverly 
Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 Devonshire 
WEHRLE F. .1. successor to Bird \- 
Co., Border, near Central Bq. (see 
page 819) 
WILSON JAMES W. & CO. 79 and 

'81 Haverhill (see pa^c 680) 
WOODS S. A. & GO. 67 Sudbury 
(see page 672) 

Steam Drills. 
DENNETT & POTTLE, 71 Sud- 
bury (see page 691) 
Steam-Heating Apparatus and 

Gas-Pipe. 
American Tube Works, Joseph II. 

Cotton, treas. 103 State 
Beach Allen, 13 Bowker 
Braman, Dow, & Co. 3 and 4 Hay- 
market sq. [Tremont 
Campbell, Whittier, & Co. 1176 
Chubbuck S. E. & Sons. 971 Tremont 
Clogston T. S. & Co. 80 Sudbury 
DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 96 and 

98 North (manuf. seepage 733) 
Kneeland Brothers. 53 Conirress 
LANGLEY, CARBEE, & CO. Bor- 
der, near Central sq., E. B. (see 
page 696) 
Lee Daniel, 58 Friend 



AMERICAN TOOL*- MACHINE MORTON & COLCOKD, 87 Friend 
CO. 45 Kingston (see page 669) (see front colored page) 



ASHCROFT E. IT. Sudbury, c. Bow- 
ker (see page 660) 

ATLANTIC WORKS, Nelson Cur- 
tis, agent, Chelsea, cor. Marion, E. 
B., Oiiiee, 114 State (see page 700) 

Beach Allen. 13 Bowker '[mor.t 



Paul George K. & Co. 64 Union 
Peirce M. W. &: Co. 12 Sudbury and 

109 Friend 
Peruana, Drew, & Co. 56 Sudbury 
Perry A. J. & Co. 55 Devonshire 
Rusgcl'l & Burke, 10 Howard 



Campbell Whittier, & Co. 1176 Tre- i WALKER GEO. W. & CO. 50 
CHASE S, E. 35 Lincoln (see page Union 



837) 

Chubbuck S. E. & Sons. 9 71 Tremont 
Clogston T. S. & Co. 80 Sudbury 
II A WES & II ERSE Y, Second, cor. 



Walworth J. J. & Co. 18 Devonshire 
WhitelevE. 59 and 61 Chariestown 
WOODMAN GEO. & CO. 159 Milk- 
Steam Heating Engineers. 
L (see pa^e 693) [rison ave. ; S11EDD j. Herbert, 7 Court sq 

lliGkley & \v imams YV orks. oo2 Hay- ' 
lloadley J. C. & Co. 18 Custom 

Bouse st. 
Lee Daniel, 53 Friend 
Loriii U - Harrison, First, near M 
MAYNARD JAMES A. New, cor. 



Maveri -k (see page 699) [ton 

McLaughlin Geo. T. & Co. 120 Ful- 
McMurtrie Horace & Co. 80 Milk 
Miller Jo*enh A. a: Co. 80 Milk 



(see page 6C>*) 
Whiteley E. 59 Chariestown 
Steam Packing. 
BOSTON BELTING CO.. Summer 
cor. Chauncy (see front colored 
page) 

Steam Pumps. 
BLAKE GEO. F. & CO. 51 Char- 
don (see page 686) 



MORTON Jk COLCORD, 87 FrienahlORTO^& COLCOKD, 87 Friend 



(see tront colored page) 
New England Steam Engine Co. 108 

Sudbury 
OSBORN LOUT 



. Marginal, 
Cunanl wharf (see page 702) 
Paul G. K. & Co. 64 Union 



(see front colored pa<j;e) 

PUTNAM GEO. D. & CO. 5! Wa- 
ter (see pa'je 837) 

WILSON JAMES W. & CO. 79 & 
81 Haverhill (steam and rotary, see 
page 680) 



UYAM, Cv!iLTO.\, «fc CO., MaimiiK-tureri of tlie Celebrated BYAM 
FltlCTlON" BIATCII, M:i to 10:.J liic-ml Street, Iiostou. 



568 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Steam Valves. 
Jenkins Nathaniel, 52 Sudbury 
The Peet Valve Co. 49 Kingston 
Steam and Gas Fittsra. 
LAXGLEY. CARBEE, & CO., Bor- 
der, near Central sq. E. B. (.see 
page 696) 

Steamship Builders. 
ATLANTIC WORKS, 114 State 

(see page 700) 
Loring Harrison, First st. City Point 

Steamship Co. Agents. 

Baker Wm.W. treas. Kennebec S. S. 
Co. 40 State 

Bartlett C. L. & .Co. 16 Broad, Cali- 
fornia mail and European steamers 

Bynner Edwin, 77 Washington, Prov. 
and N. Y. Line 

Clary J. T. 127 State 

Crane W. D. & Co. 2G Kilby (Penn., 
K. Y\, and X. E. Navigation Co. 

Creagh & Berry, 127 State, (luman 
line) [City, 127 State 

Foote Henry R., C. E. Steamer Island 

Franeklyn C. G. 103 State 

Gill & Lootz, (X. Y. and Hamburg), 
27 Central Wharf 

Glidden 6c Williams, 114 State 

Haseltine Wm. B., Sandford's Inde- 
pendent Line, 13 Foster's wharf 

How's & Crowe!!. 45 Kilby, Ameri- 
can Steamship Co, 

Hyde H. II. agent Kennebec Steam- 
boat Co. toot Union wharf 

KILBY W. H. agent International 
Steamship Co. toot Comm'l wharf 

Lawrence & Ryan, 10 Broad 

Nazro Brothers, 5 Chatham row 

Richardson B. Heber, 15 Kowc's w!if. 
(Penobscot River) 

Sampson E. agent Xoriotk and Balti- 
more S. S. Co. 53 Central wharf 

Sears J. Henry, agent Merchants* 
Boston and New Orleans Steam- 



JACOBSGEO. 151 Wash, (seepage 
662) 

POWER & CLELAXl), 5 Pearl St. 

House (.-ee page 695) 
Sunnier & Son, 7 Water 
WEEDEN WM. X. 50 Sudbury (see 

page 809) 

Steel Manufacturers. 

ABBOTT & HOWARD, 11 Oliver 

(see front colored page) 
Anderson, Cook, £c Co. Pittsburg Pa., 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. agents, 75 
and 7 7 Xorth 
Earl, Smith. o< Co. Fulton, cor. Cro-s 
FIRTH THOMAS & SON'S, 11 Oli- 
ver (see front colored pane) 
Hussey, Wells, & Co. 139 and 141 
Federal, Lvsander P. Hunt, agent 
JESSOP WM. £ SONS. 133 and 
135 Federal (see front colored p.) 
MAY & CO. 1 Broad (dealers, see 

inside back cover) 
PARK, BRO. & CO., Black Dia- 
mond steel, Elijah Howe, jr. agent, 
42 and 44 Battery inarch (see page 
682) [march 

Sanderson Bros. & Co. 18 Battery- 
Wilson, Hawksworth, Ellison, <$c Co., 
Wm. Booth agent, 4 7 Fulton 

Stencil Plates. 

(See also Die Sinkers.) 

Alderson & Bowker, 2 Pearl St. House 

BARNES W. II. 74 Washington 

(see page 688) 
Bedell A. 5 Washington 
Clifford D. J. 117 Congress 
Gorham W. B. 15 School 
Jacobs Bros. G')'.) Washington 
JACOBS GEO. 151 Washington 

(see page 662) 
MERRIAM cN CO. 10 Brattle square 

(see page 670) 
METCALF L. S., successor to M. J. 

Metealf& Son, 101 Union (seepage 

677) 



ship Co. D2 State [Bristol line) j 

Sbiveriek George, 3 Old State House, A r^VAi \ w a n n m 

t v c n o 4. o n i • i c Mitchell A. \ \ . 6c Co. 9 Chancre av 

Snow h. & to. Boston & Colonial S. i , M , ,-, P , ,, r , . . 
o r , , rr , ,. Phelps I. E. o Washington 

S. Co. end T. whar l r , B c ^ ,/, 

r r , g t • i \ i *■ i Pope John c>c Son, 8 Dock square 

lnaver & Lincoln, agents Atlantic! rj/ -urn U ., , , r ,--,, » V n - i^>. ».i xr 
r ,. ,-, -.la ■ i POWER, & GLLLAISD, o ± earl &i 

Steamsmp to. 13 Commercial T , r ,.„-. 

T'i *. 7- n <i\ n \ -no 4. House (see page 6 9o) 
iileston L,. G. (Havre Go.), 70 cnate I 

Warren & Co. 136 State, agents Liv- 
erpool and Boston Line Steamers 



Weeks William, foot India wharf 
Whitney II. M agent Metropolitan 

S. S. Co. end Central wharf (N. Y. 

and Boston) 
Whitney & Sampson, 70 Long wharf 

(Philadelphia) 

Steel Letter Cutters. 
BARNES. WM. 11. 74 Wash, (see 

page 688) 



Smith W. II. 95} Washington 
Sumner & Son, 7 Water 
Williams G. W. & Co. 11 Battery- 
march 

Stencil Tools. 

BARNES W. H. 74 Wash, (seepage 

688) 
JACOBS GEO. 151 Wash: (see page 

662) 
MERRIAM & CO. 19 Brattle square 

(see page 670) 



G.VUDXKU GHIJL.SON, Manufacturer ami Dialer in 
liAAXJJKS, STOVES, <fcc, 99 and 101 HJacksixme St. 



FURNACES, 

, UonJou. 



STENCIL TU0L3 STOVES. RANGES, ETC. 



569 



M'&TCALF L. S-, successor toM. J. 

Mctcalf ^ Son, 101 Union (see page 

677) 
Penney F. L. 8 Dock sqaare 
Phelps F. E. 5 Washington 
Pope John, 8 Dock square 
POWER & CLELAKD, 5 Pearl St. 

House, (see page 695) 

Stenographer, 
['ember Jay Read, 10 Niles block 
Stereotypers. 
(See also E/edrofypers.) 
PETERS C. J. & SON, 5 Washing- 
ton (see page 812) 

Stereotypers' Machinery. 
HOE R. & CO. 41 Foundry 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 
Baldwin & Emerson, E. Dediiam, near 

Harrison avenue [foot Cambridge 
Blessington Peter, 22 State, and whf. 
Campbell Patrick, Dedham, n. Albany 
Carew John, 22 Skate & 140 Foundry 
Carew & Walsh, Dover street Bridge, 

near O. C. R. R. 
Collins J, & J. Fourth, cor. Foundry 
Davis & Goodrich, order box 22 State 
Devine William, 84 Foundry and 22 

State [bury stone) 

Dolan Thomas, 115 Hampden (Rox- 
Foote John, 400 Charles 
Galvin & Currie, E. Dedham, near 

Albany [ton 

Gill & Peacock, Wareham & Plymp- 
llosley & Russell, 438 Federal 
McAwley Edward & Son, Wareham, 

(flagstone) corner Albanv 
MEANT EDWARD F. 3 South Bay 

wharf (see page 6SS) 
Mulrey T. D. 1940 Washington 
Sicker & Lyons, Boston wharf 

Storage Agents, 

Baldwin C. B. 24 Lewis wharf (U. 
S. bonded) [State 

Bradbury Wm. 131 Broad and 231 
Broefcway & Dearborn, 109 Comm'l 
Coffin Geo. R. 30 Minot 
Dyer G. L. & Co. 37 Comm'l wharf 
Faber & Pullen, 154 North 
Hills & Bro. 68 Utica and 117 South 
Hurlbut Chas. (th^i and bonded) 

1 Union wharf 
Lane E. 01 Lowell [S. bonded) 

Lombard A. C. 23 Lewis wharf (U. 
Monks R, J, 113 South 
Myers & Arnold, 7 Lowell 
Nichols \Y. II. , BartletPs wharf 
Parsons J. S. 23 and 24 Comm'l whf, 
Stebbins John *>c Co. 80 Utica 
■ Tirrel Minot, 56 Fulton 



Stove Manufacturers. 
DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 98 
North (see page 733) 

Stoves, Kanges, Tin Ware, &c. 
(Sre alio Tinsmiths.) 

Alien John, 1792 Washington 
Anderson Thomas J. LGO Merrimac 
Andrews, Wilder, & Co. 93 North 
Ballou & Co. 112 Portland 
Binnev John, 122 ami 124 Broad 
BOSTON & MAINE FOUNDRY 

CO., A. J. Blanchaal. agent, 139 

Friend (see front colored page) 
Brown Geo. A. jr. 117 Blac&stone 
Butler II. B. 12 and 13 Lewis and 

125 Meridian E. B. [cial, (ship) 
Butler c c c Co. 118 and 120 Commer- 
Carpenter Cyrus & Co. 11 dv 13 Union 
Cate Norman S. 1628 Washington 
Cate & Nickerson, 150 Summer and 

200 Federal 
Chapman C. C. 342 Broadway 
Chase F. D. 216 Commercial (ship) 
Chase J. H. 2 Warren avenue 
Chase N. E. & Co. 7 7 Cambridge 
CHILSON GARDNER, 99 Black- 

stone (see inside front cover) 
Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford 
Ciapp S. W. & Co. .01 Biackstone 
Cobb Enoch B. 21 Hampden 
Conley John, 10 Dudley 
Cough-Ian James. 112 Merrimac 
DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 9G and 



[stone 
Black- 



9S North (see page 733) 
Dimklee B. W. & Co. Hi 
Dwyer Thomas, 110 Federal 
Dwyer Timothy, 82 Essex 
Emery & Co. 1251 Tremont 
Farrcii & Fay, 88 Salem 
Fawcett& Hawkes, 21 Bedford 
Form George. 1869 Washington 
Fild Bros. 4 Hotel Pelham 
I FRENCH HIRAM F. 71 & 73 Ded- 
ham (see page 82 7) 
j Furbush Elias, 159 Cambridge 
; Gallagher Wm. & Co. 3 Broadway 
I Galvin James, Warren, cor. Dudley 
I Cenidi Smith & Co. 28 Union 
j Gilbert John L. 114 Northampton 
| Green A. S. 20 7 Broadway 
I HambroM. 1042 Washington 
Hanson J. L. & Co. 115 Biackstone 
Hatch II. N. & Bro. 104 Broadway 
Haynes Janus G. 162 Harrison ave. 
, Hendley James, 719 Washington 
j Uirscalu-Ul Jacob, 7 23 \\ ;e-h. 
! Ilolohan & Maguire, 4 Travers 
l Ilurter John A. 25 Eliot 
i Huse Joseph & Son, 97 Biackstone 
I Johnston J. & Co. 28 Plea-ant 
Kohler J. & J. & Co. 540 Wash. 
Lawrence Charles II . 22 Central sq. 
Lewis & Lincoln, 6 Biackstone 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAX. LIFE 

ton oiiice, 173 Washington Street} 



INS. CO. of Springfield, Mass. Uos- 
JOHX IJUMSTEAI), General Agent. 



570 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Stoves — continued. I Ordway Bros. 15 Milk 

Lord John W. 17!) 7 Washington | Partridge John W. 10 and 1G Arch 
Lougee & Thompson, 808 Wash. ! Perrv H. L. 46 Temple place 

MAGEE FURNACE CO. W, E, Prescott, Wood, & Dyer* 2 Milk 

Smith, treas. .16 and 38 Union (see : SANDERSON, FOSTER, & CO. 

front colored page) K>3 Summer & 78 Bedford 

MEREIFIELD HOSES, 514 Wain. ; Sleeper, Fiske, & Co. 31 Milk 

(see nage 683) „. . . — » ., 

Morandi F. 63 Union I **2*«* Pencils - 

Murdock & Co. 11 Marshall * THOMSON 1). jr. 20} Elm (see 



Murphy & Maguire, *3 Portland 
New England Petroleum Stove Co., 

office — Sudbury 
Osborn John. jr. 27 Kingston 
Palmer Joseph, 1741 Wash. 
Peterson Andrew, 1783 Wash. 
Pond Moses & Co. 79 Blackstone 
Pond & Dunklee, 87 Blackstone 
Pratt Miles & Co. 112 and 114 North 
Pratt & Went worth, 8 7 to 91 North j 
Read J. M. 93 North & 9 Border 
Richards W.C. & Co. 142 Meridian] 
Rivinius Wm. W. 10 74 Tremont 
Rogers W. H. 71 Lincoln 
Sargent George W. 209 Comm'l 
Sargent Joseph, 42 Clinton (ship) 
Seavey & Co. 85 Blackstone 
SHAW W. F. 615 Washington 
Small Clias. H. 213 Broadway 
Smith Wm. E. 36 and 38 Union 
Spence Chas. H. 59 Blackstone 
Swan Daniel, 88 Cambridge 
Taylor & Howes, 2 and 4 Warren 
Tripp II. B. 13 s Blackstone 
U fiord Bros. 114 Court 
Wadman Wm. B. 1197, 1199, and 

1447 Washington & 83 & S5 North 
WALKER, GEO. W. & CO. 43 & 50 

Union 
Warren & Gleason,-7G North 
Westcott Thomas A. 45 & 55 Union 
White William, 15 West 
VVhiteley Edward, 59 Charlestown 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
Wood C. C. & Co. 33 Lcverett 
Wright Thomas & Co. 1086 Wash. 



page 825) 

Stucco-Workers. 
i Cleary Lawrence, 23 Avery 
! Griffin Bros. 862 Harrison ave. 
! Hannah R. C. 6 River 
i Johnston Alexander, 2 Pleasant 
I Lanergan John, 33 Kingston 
I Mack John, 209 Cambridge 
IMooney O. I). & Co. 41 Bromfield 
Morrison & Barnes, Kingston, cor. 

Bedford 
Morse Asa D. 470 Tremont 
O'Brien Campbell, 6 Mechanics' blk. 

Union Park 
Parker Thomas, 15 Dudley & 22 State 
Patterson William, 193 Dudley 
Titus L. & Co. 22 State 
Titus O. D. 18 Essex 

Stump and Hock Pullers. 
HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 9 & li 

Haverhill (see page S16) 

■ Submarine Armor. 
! Hale Alfred & Co. 23 School 
MORSE ANDREW J. & SON, 122, 

124 & 126 Congress, manufs. of 
Sub-marine Armor of most approv- 
ed construction, and Soda Water 
apparatus 

.Submarine Wrecking. 
Boston & St. Johns S. W. Oo.,W. 

II. Gardner, pres. 4 Phoenix bid. 
Tower M. B. 153 Webster, E. B., & 

125 State 



Stove Polish Manuf. Submerged Pumps . 

Brown B. F. & Co. 133 Fulton America,, Submerge Pumps, W. A\ . 

MORAVIAN BLACK LEAD CO.. * Vn g bt ' ^ 1 *^L on , . 

R. Webb, 16 Blackstone ' I Sugar House Machinery. 

PHCENIX CO., May& Co. agents, j HAWES & HERSEY, Second, cor. 

1 Broad (see inside back cover) E (see page 693) 

^ HODGE E. & CO., Liverpool, near 

Straw Goods. Centp a E B (see page 697 ) 

(See ttlto MdHacry Goods,) 
Carpenter, Plimpton, Sc Co. 174! Sugar Refineries. 

Washington I Adams, Boston wharf. Granite, and 

Carpenter & Cook, 42 Temple pi. ! 2 1 
George John C. 179 Wash. ! Bay 

HARPER & CO. 44 Temple place; VVaters & Co. 11 Eastern avenue, 

(Fay al) | office 13 India ^ ^ 

Heckle, Davis. & Co. 23 Milk ! Boston Sugar Kefmery, Lewis. E. o., 

IIORTON W. H. & CO. 12 aud 14 Jas. T. Hay ward, trcas. 12 South 
Franklin i Market 



India 

State 



Suo-ar Refinery, R- H. 



6ARO.VER CHJLSOX, M«uuuf*M:turer and Draler ii» yi'llS ALF^, 
R.AJVGJGS, STOVES, &c, iiti and 101 Blacttstoue St., Bostou. 



SUGAB REFINERIES — TAILORS AND DRAPERS. 



571 



Briffol Sugar Refinery, J. B. Glover! Syringes. 

& Co. agents, 30 Central f | CODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 & 

Continental SugaT Refinery, First, S. J 15 Tremont (see page 67$) 

agents, 



iuston, Townsend 6c Co 
3o CVntral 
Eaule Sugar Refinery, 487 Comm'l, 



Fairbanks <Sc Co. 89 Court 
Kerr lli 'hard, 19 Hanover 
Lewis Thomas, 08 Concrress 



Bupt., Salem T. Lamb, agent, 23 

Central 
New Bngland Steam Pulverizing 

Sugar Works, 65 Haverhill 
Oxnard Sugar Refinery, H. Harris & 

Co. agents, 18 India 
l.uion Sugar Refinery, John Ayres, 

treas. (J. O. Whitmere 6c Sons, 

agts. 1 Central wharf 

Superphosphate of Lime. 
BRADLEY WM. L. 21 Broad 
Tucker J. A. 13 Doane 

Supporters. 
Bonsall Wm. R. 43 Tremont 
CODMAN 6c SHURTLEFF, 13 & 

15 Tremont (see page G75) 
Leach & Greene, S2 Tremens 
Skinner N. Miss, S21 Wash- 
White C. W. & Co. 99 Court 
Wilson N. 223 Wash, (spinal) 

Surgeon, 
SNOW J. W., Portland, e. Merrlniac 

Surveyors. 
DOAHU T. & J. Jk. 42 Barristers 
Hall (see page 666) 

Surveyors, Marine. 
Devereux & Paine, 130 Commercial 
^ (Am. Lloyds) 
Frazar Geo. 28 State 

Surveyors of Lumber. 
Grass George W., Surveyor General, 
7 Doane 

Of Pine Lumber. 
f%ht William T. 80 Princeton 
Hanson George H. 416 Fourth 
Wade Shadraeh, 66 Telegraph 
Wiilett Edward, 68 Telegraph 

Purveyors of Heal Estate. 
•focfeon Wm. II. 33 School, room G 
Ma^s H. II. H3 Dudlev, room 8 
MiEDI) J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq. 

{mi page 063) 



bead Grafs wE, Jesse Hanibrd, MOREY 6c SMITH, Id Haverhill 

(see page 812) 
STAFFORD JOHN W. 49 Tre- 
mont (see page 704) 

Table Manuf. 
Cilley W. S. 9 Bowker (bagatelle and 
scipio) 

Tablets. 
AMERICAN TABLET CO. 29 
Brattle 

Tags. 
{M&ckandise an J Shipping.) 
Dennison & Co. 71 Milk and 3 Fed'l. 
Sneil J. H. & Co. 107 Milk 
Teel A. F. 6c Co. 3 7 Central 



Wadswoith A. 9 Railroad Ex. 
Surveyors of Work. 



Tags. (Baggage.) 
Robbing John, 42 Kneeland 

Tailors and Drapers. 
(Spe also Clothing Stores.) 
I Abrahams M. 10 Blossom 
i Ahlborn IL, Cambridge bridge 
j Ailen B. F. 10 Faneuil Hall square 
I Amidon A. R. 125 Tremont 
j Appleton Henry K. 30 Bronvfreld 
I Atkins Geo. P. 168 Washington 
| Atwell P. 29 Guild row 
I Atwood I). J. 351 Washington 
Aver George A. 6c Co. 4 Bowdoin sq. 
Barber J. D. 166 Washington 
Barton John, 1289 Tremont 
Beach 6c Fairbank, 52 School 
j Bean N. J. 23 North 
! Becker & Woods, 32 Simmer 

Beckert A. 112 Lincoln 
i Bird 6c Holmes, 283 Washington 
J Birkley Jacob, 7 Howard 
j Birktnaier P. J. 7 Beach 
I Bloom Charles A. T. 265 Wash. 
Boi*e L. 1). & Co. 30 Washington 
Bowen 11. B., West, corner Wash. 
Bowler Thomas, 174 Hanover 
| Bowman L. 512 Washington 
j Bradford William, 111 Washington 
j Breen Thos. 210 Hanover 



j Breunan M. 68 Endicott 
! Brine George E. & Co. 371 Wash. 
Granger David 6c Son, 18 Old State | g ,ift ? John F. 158 Washington 

llou^e I Brooks 6c Leddy, 2 Market 

HaU C. G. 6c Son, 28 Old State Ho. I Bro«ghen E. 7 Harvard 

j Burditt J. R. 6c A. I. 201 Wash. 
Suspender llwraf. I Burns Thomas. 78 Merrimae . 

ua^nall W. R. 9 Green ! Buxton Wm. 59 Cross 

1 nion Elastic Goods Co., II. A. Ayl- j Byrnes & West, 42 Washington 
e. treas. im Essex i Call X Tuitle, 182 Washington 



Wt 



sroamuel, 6.:<2 Harrison ave. 



Calrow John G. 85 Washington 



l«t, CAULTOX, <fc CO.j Wamzfacturers <»f the Gf?lel>rated IS 

FRICTION MATCH, 92 to tO^J Friend Street, Boston. 



AM 



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1 



Taiiors and Drapers — continued. 
Campbell & Foran, 53 Washington 
Chad wick Win. *7 Cross 
Chaffin Henry, 285 Washington 

Chace II. B. 4 7 Leverett 

Cheever C. W. 17 Boylston Hall 
Clark P. M. 303 Hanover 
Clayton Fred. I. 1*32 Washington 

Clayton H. C 2!) and 31 Etm 
Clure John, 24 East 

Coleman [I. N. 158 Meridian, E. B. 
Collins John, 221 Washington 
Connor C. A. 710 Federal 
Coogan Martin, 55 Phillips 
Crowley Thomas, J 7 i Hanover 
Cushing Isaac & Co. 1S3 Wash. 
Dam <Sc Blackie, 149 Court * 
Davis Hiram, 206 Hanover 
Dawson John xV. 138 Broadway 
DeBaeeke & Co. 50 Temple place 
Demder C. 17 Province 
De Witt A. F. 579 Washington 
De Wolf George & Co. 22 School 
Donaldson Alex. 58 Temple place 
Duke Onnsby J. 8 Broadway 
Dunn M. J. 412 Broadway 
Dwyar J. S. & Thos. 88 Hanover 
Eager Geo. H. 213 Washington 
Earle John & Co. 154 Washington 
Ehman B. 20 Shawm. ut avenue. 
Eiekhorn & Groenwald, 419 Wash'. 
Eiler A. & Son, 527 Washington 
Eisenmann Geo. H. 87 Pleasant 
Elliot C. E. 25 School 
Farfell John R. 15 Boylston Hall 
Farrell Thos. 92 Leverett 
Fillebrown E. 8 Bromfield 
Finan Thomas H. 5 Merrimac 
Finger & Cavanagh, 369 Wash. 
Fitzharris J. 595 Harrison avenue 
Fitzjiatriek Michael, 51 Fleet 
Flanagan George, 76 Broad 
Forgie John, 220J.;' Washington 
Foster Timothy, 84 Washington 
Foy Thos. F. 2 Market 
Freeman, Cary, & Co. 155 and 157 

Washington 
Galvin T. 33 Eliot 
Calvin & Dakin, 68.7 Washington 
George Wm. B. 66 Comhill 
Gilbert 11. 94 Blaekstone 
Gillard & Co. 4 Hayward 
Gottlob Samuel, 181 Fourth 
Grace Thomas, 242 Friend 
Gre<-n B. F. 25 Eliot 
Grothusen G. A. 200 Tremont 
Hambro M. 1012 Washington 
Hapgood W. 50 Washington 
Hardy G. A. &M. R. 28 Wash. 
Harvison James, 61 Elm 
Hay nes John II. ob Court 
Hennessy Daniel, 7 Province et. 
Henson Charles E. 126 W. Canton 
Ifcrter J. 4 Common 



| Heustis & Studley, 144 Washin •: -, 

Hiedke Chas. 14 U. S. Hotel ' 
! Hofmann Ernest. 208 Eighth 
I Holland John, 93 C 
! HoLtz Morris, 151 Kneelantl 
I Horan Thomas, 12L9 Tremont 
| Hudson S. A. 142 Washington 

Hun' Bros. 2b Bromfield 
j Hunt S. 152 Washington 

Huntington L. A. 31 School 
I Hurry Geo. 53 I, cor. Third 
Hutchings II. S. 10 Meridian, E. B. 
Jacobs & F>eanc, 190 Washington 
Janes Henry B. 265 Washington 
Kelley John A. 384 Hanover 
Kennard Henry, 93 Washington 
Kennedy & O'Malley, 106 Su . 
| Kenny Patrick H. 20 and 22 North 
' Knight T. N. 66 Merrimac 
Knox J. H. 18 Bedford 
Kramer Henry, 257 Washington 
Laing R. J. 152 Washington 
Lane & Hubbard, 127 Tremont 
Leonard R. F. &: Co. 48 Washington 
Levi A. 94 Blaekstone 
Lewis Gabriel E. 103 Court 
Lippert Philip, 76 Eliot 
Lyon Geo. & Co. 12 West 
Macullar, Williams, & Parker, 200 

Washington 
Mangan T. B. 33 ILirvnrd 
Mason S. S. 425 h> Washington 
t Masters A. 296 Washington 
! McAloon J. B. & Co. 3 Coolidge bldg. 
I McDonald G. 209 Broadway 
McDonald & Co. 163 Broadway 
McFarland J. 18 Lowell 
McGaw John. T. 3 Common 
McGee H. & W. 49 Temple place 
i McLarty Wm. & Son, 154 Sumner 
! McLaughlin O. W. 2 74 Wash. 
Means E. W. & Co. 313 Wash. 
Mees Peter. 12 Chapman 
Meuard Sidney R. 22 School 
Merriam Wm. A. 107 Court 
Messenger, Cahill, & Co. 86 Wash. 
Miller C. C. Mrs. 15 School (vest*) 
Milli^an J. 91 Washington 
Mitchell dohn G. 31 Winter 
Molineaux & Whitcomb, 1832 Wash. 
Moore Michael 44 Albany 
! Morley Geo. 59 Pitts , 
| Morris Nathan, 71 Congress 
! Morrow John, 158 Wash. 
| Morse Leopold .x Co. 2D Doek , _ 
! Mullin M. 76 West Springfield 
! Munroe & West, 181 Court 
| Nason X. Van. 13 Winter 
jNewcomb Sarah A. Mrs. 117 Co:x:: 
Robert, 462 Washington 



Newman Samuel II. 13 Treruoui r 
I Newstadl M. 46 Merrimac 
O'Connell P. 5 Market 
O'Connor Edward, & Co. 588 V> ash. 



<iA5U».\EIt CIHLSOX, Manufacturer and Denier to PUttXACE^ 
liAXttES, STOVES, &c, 99 nud 101 I31aek*loue St., Boston. 



TAILORS AND DRAPERS 



TEACHERS, ETC. 



57: 



O'PonneU Bernard, 291 Federal 
( Hmstead & Co. 28 Avery 
r.trry Edward, 1864 Washington 
I ev»er S ra u m 7\)d Wash. 
I'luakett & Walters, 18 Broadway 
LYcifler Pan', G Hotel Pefoain 
tfckt'tt G. 15. 220! Washington 
|»n?t»Ie X. C. A. 97 Washington 
IHiahee James II. 157 Court 
Quinn James I). 5 Winthrop, E. B. 
Itandidge Geo. L. 5 Tremont place 
Roberts Charles W. 8G Federal 
Kosensrarten D. II. 12 Eliot 
KossWm. W. 15 Marshall 
Ruxton W. 7G Cross 
Sehleehauf Jacob, 1234 Tremont 
Shunfc & Klein. 706 Wash. 
Scullv M. C. 44 Kincrston 
Sheehan J. 1867 Wash. 
Sheehan P. & Co. 33 Sudbury 
Simmons G. W. &: Son, 34 North 
Smith Chas. A. & Co. IS & 20 School 
Smith Harrison, 28 Temple place 
Springer Isaac, 132 Portland 
Stadtmiller & t&ft, 54 Wash. 
Mar bird A. T. C»6 Wash. 
Starbird N. W. & Son, 213 Wash. 
Stevenson W. W. 28 Winter 
Stiernefeldt F. A. 31 Exchange 
Sullivan Daniel, 29 Kingston 
Sullivan & Long, 11 Howard 
SimmerfieM Simon, 143 Cambridge 
Taylor W. & Co. 44 Wash. 
Thomas James IE 7 Bussev place 
Thwimr & Collins, 140 Wash. 
Tohuan James, 111 Wash. 
Turnbu!! George, 9 7 ISI^ridiai^ 
Turnbull Samuel, 781 Wash. 
Tyler & Studley, 24 Court 
W'alentt A. F.*220\ Wash. 
WailisWm. 109 Washington' 
Walters Wm. P. 151. Meridian 
V* ard John, 362 Hanover 
Watson E. R. 1 Cambridge 
Weir A. A. 7 West 
West Thomas E. & Co. 36 Wash. 
Westcott P. W. 74 Wash. 
Wilher Wm. I>. 129 Broadway 
Wilson J. F. 100 Washington 
'/-•'nmermau M. 2 Xorfbik°plaee 

Tailors' Trimmings. 

Pean James M. & Co. 3 Otis 

B *>hc, Cannell, & Co. 72 Summer 

Cleipont C. & Co. 14 Arch 

rro$t Henry & Co. 8Q Summer 

l-ovetl Wm. L. So Summer 

Maflyn, Mullen, & Elms. G8 Summer 

™M*y, Cumner, & Co. G2 Summer 

dinner E. & Co. 26 Milk 

*«nall, Baxter, & Co. 15 Arch 

•JijW W. X. & Co. GO Federal 

» heelock E. W. & Co. 87 Devonshire 



Tanner a & Curriers. 
(Cook E. G. 72 and 74 High 
| Crane J. IV 85 Milk 
; Gudd Chester & Sons, 107 .Milk 
; New Bedford Tanning Co., A. II. 

Sherman, agent. 74 High 
j Schayer' Eros. 44 Chadwiek 
j Smith Lyman & Sons. Go & 62 IlWh 
Tidd Wm. 6c Co. 12 Pearl 

; Tanners' & Curriers' Tools. 
Brooks & Mecuen, 58 Pearl 
| Noble & Brooks, 110 Milk 

Taps & Dies. 

jASHCROFT E. II. Sudbury, cor. 
Bowker (for steam pipes, see pa^e 
6G0) [686) 

iPOST & GODDAIU) (see page 

Taxidermists. 
j Brewster C. G. 16 Tremont 
I Giclney P. M. 3G Wnter 

(Teachers of Private Schools, 

&c. 
! Adams II. A. 8 Jov 

Adams P. G. Miss, 8 Joy 

Brooks Wm. II. 4 7 Winter 

Chelins Geo. A. 31 Suffolk 

Coriies M. I). Miss, 15 Pinckney 
(Kinder Garten) [School 

Cushin^s & Ladd, Chauncy Hall 

Dillaway Chns. K. (private), 2095 
; Washington 

Drxwell Epes S. 20 Boy'ston pkve 
I Eagan Lawrence P. 814 Federal 
! Fette W. Elliot, 24 Charles (Latin) 
i French Charles, 4 70 Wash, (book- 
keeping, ike. 
! Gannett George Rev. 60 Chester 'sq. 

Goodale E. L. Miss, 18 Tiemout 

Temple (wax work) 
'• Llandv Geo. W. 20 Essex 
j Heard John J. Mrs. 75 W. Concord 
| (Kinder Garten) 
[HiUiard Julia E. Miss, 116 Mount 
| Vernon [hours) 

j Howe P. 7 Green (grammar in seven 
j Hubbard Wm. J. Airs. 52 Chestnut 
j Johnson Caroline C. Miss, 48 Bow- 
j doin 
; Kendall H. C. 538 Washington 

Kidder Thompson, 221 Wash. 
| Kneeland John, 31 Winthrop 
j Noble G. W. C. 40 Winter 
i Place E. P., Temporary Home, 24 

Kneeland 
'Putnam M. Louisa, 12 Boylston place 
! Richardson Freeman Prof. 19 Tre- 
mont row 

Sharp .fames C. 231 Wash. 

Steele Mary F. 12 Warrenton 

Stevens Pamelia Miss, G Carver 

Wallcutt & Swain Misses. G9 Concord 



^ASHACHUSRTTS MUTUAL LIFE 
»•« ofilce, IT3 Washington Street; 



I\S. CO. of Springfield, 9Ias*. I5«»s- 
JOHN lEUMSTGAD, General Ayeut. 



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Teacher*, Sc, — continued. 
Ware C. P. 36 Charles 
Waterman V. Meiss, 75 W. Concord 
Welehman Isabelie, 36 Charles 
Wheaton Abbv J. Mi^s. 663 Wash. 
Whitney S. Miss., Joy. e. Pinckney 
Williams Henry, 12 Temple place 
Winnek Sarah A. 1445 Wash. 

Dancing. 
Barker S. I). Miss, 238 Wash. 
Brown C. M., Chauncy, c. Essex 
Brown Joseph B. 25 Eliot 
Douglass John W. 4 Essex 
Kneeiand S. 47 Hanover 
Papanti L. 23 Tremont 
Spauldisig S. H. 280 Washington 

Drawing. 
Academy of Arts, 460 Wash. 
Ayres Helen F. 32 Summer 
Baker M. K. Miss, 43 Studio build. 
Carlton W. T 635 Wash. 
Carpenter E. M. Miss, 88 Studio 

building 
Chris; ie JSefiie Miss, 14 LaGrange 
Day II. oe Chauncy 
Fette H. G- 42 Hancock 
French Charles, 460 Wash. 
Hughes G. B.Mlsi, 15 Pemberfon sq. 
Knowlton Helen M. 32 Summer 
Merrill M. W. Miss, 26 Oxford 
Richardson F., Prof. 19 Tremont row 
SPRINGER L. E. Mrs. 351 Wash. 

(see page 662) 
Stetson Sylvia C. 29 Studio build. 

Elocution. 
Apthorp 1L O. 11 Summer 
BAXTER STACY, 13 Tremont row 

(see pane 805) 
Drew L. W. 3G Winter . 
Ellery Josephcne A. Miss, 221 Wash. 
Leonard T. F. 32 Summer 



piare 



Arnoult E. 45 Temph 

Askena-y II. 19 Court 

Bishop Marie Mrs. 8 Hay wan! pi; 

Bocher F. Prof., Freeman place 

Boris P. J. 5 Montgomery place 

Clapp Lucia Miss, 92 Mt. Vernon 

De La Garliere M. 22 Joy (French) j Foster F. F. Mrs. 2 Cambridge 



I Newinger R. F. Mrs. 3 Chapman 
I RadclyfFe Herbert, 274 Wa^hing'on 
(French) 
Taccliella Angelo, 121 Court 
| Talbot Guillaume H. 43 Winter 
■ Torricelli J. B. 16 Boylston place 
i Trautmann-J.'erriu, 56 Summer 
i Viau E, H. 7 \Vest Cedar (French) 
j Wallach M. 33 Court 

Military. 
I Clark Geo. jr. 75 Court, room 5 
Music. 
Allen flattie E. 339 Tremont 
Arbuckle M. 274. Washinirton 
Bacheller C. A. Miss, 51 Chamber 
Baker Benj. F. 554 Washington 
Baker M. K. Miss, 43 Studio building 
Ball S. B. 32| School 
Bancroft S. A. 20 Tremont Temple 
Barrows T. M. 7 Orange 
Bates Edmund, 90 Warren 
Bemis George, 106 Court 
Bishop Marie Mrs. 8 Hayward pi. 
B richer Thomas, 19 Tremont Temple 
Brown O. B. 126 Tremont 
Bruce E. 3 W. Chester Park [pi. 
Bryne Ann Mrs. 16 M. H. 2 Osborn 
Calender Wm. R., Winthrop, near 

Grove Hall ave. 
Cheeney J. W-, Madison place 
Christie Kate Miss, 14 La Grange 
Clouston R. H. jr. 23 Milmont 
Curtis Augusta Miss, 61 Studio bldg. 
Daley Caroline M. 1 Warrenton pi. 
Dama Luigi. 2 £6 Washington 
De Ma Motte G. Miss, 53 Hancock 
De Ribas A. L. 36 Common 
De Witt W. E. 224 Harrison ave. 
Dixey R. C 554 Washington 
Dobson Geo. C. 687^- Wash, (banjo) 
Dow H. M. 8 Franklin square 
Dully J. G. 113 Dudley 
Dwight John S. 76 Studio bulding 
Eichberg Julius, 154 Tremont 
Emery S. A. 339 "Washington 
Endn'ss August. 149 Charles 
Falkenstein J. 360 Wash. 
Fernald A. II. 277 Wash. 
Field Wm. A. 58 West Canton 



DeMena T. J. 163 iremont 
Dillawav C. K. 2005 Wash. 
Fette W. Elliot, 24 Charles 
Godefrin A. A. E. 58 Studio build. 
Jollian Isadore, 20 Lucas 
KRAUSS E. C. F. 4 2 Studio build. 

(German) 
Krauts J. F. 330 Tremont 
Ladreyt C. 2 56 Washington 
Lambert Ftienne A. 154 Tremont 
Maggi Albert C. 64 Shawmut ave. 
Murand Pros.pere, 16 Chauucy 
Nauman Herman, 16 Chauncy (Ger.) 



Fries Wulf, 289 Washington 
Garcia Jas. R. 36 Common 
Giles flattie E. 246 Wash, room 9 
Glynn Wm. C. 593 Wash. 
Granpner Harriet, 61 Studio building 
Grover L. O. 32 Kneeland 
Ilalford \Y. Mrs. 8 Chambers 
Hamann A. 274 Washington 
Hartshorn Geo. II. 6 Sharon 
Harwood Frank L. 323 Wash. 
Havden W. L. 120 Tremont 
Haynes E. P. 515 Washington 
He'mlerson Chas. 25 W. Orange 



1 



«AH!).\EH CHHiSON, M«mti'netur*r »ml l»ralcr I" 
KA2V&&S, STOVES, £-«., OO and 101 Blackstoiie St. 



FCHNACKS, 



TEACHERS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS, ETC., — TEAM3TER3. 575 



Wheaton A. J. 663 Washington 
Wheeler L. W. 645 Washington 
Whitney James, 246 Washington 
Whitney M. W. 9 Ailston 
Wilby C. J. Miss, 52 Bowdoin 
j Wilder Solon. 154 Tremont 
j Willis Wm. H. 224 Harrison ave. 
! Wight Henry F. 544 Washington 
| Witherspoon Geo. F. 695 Tremont 
• Worcester E. 144.") Wash. 
j Wright J. S. 13 Avery 
j Young Fred. II. 1 Pleasant street pi. 
I Zerrahn Carl, 277 Washington 

Tea Dealers. 
Annable John F. 37 Central (caddies 

and packer) 
Ar Showe & Co. 25 Union 
Atwood K. L. & Co. 113 Blactstone 

& 153 Hanover 
i Banks D. S. 16 Central (broker) 
I Banks William & Co. 11 Central 
! Brickett Thomas B. 12 Central 
! Child, Schenck, k Co. 221 State 
i Clark C. A. & Co. 223 State 

Cobb C. I). & Bros. 140 Hanover 
I Coolev Daniel, 3S .Central wharf 
| CUSHMAN C. S. 8 Meridian. E. B. 
i Duncklee John & Co. 106 State 
i Dwinell & Co. 4 Liberty sq. (caddies 

and packers) 
! Flint Bros. & Co. 50 and 52 Broad 
j Goodnow D. &. Co. 03 Commercial 
Hentz G. A & Co. Beach, c Albany 
Hicrgins, Barker, & Co. 141 Milk 
Jewett 1). E. 23 Central (broker) 
Johnston T. H. 88 Union 
, Lathrop G. II. & Co. 156. State 
Kobmson A. A. Miss, 2 Lennet place j Lord j H 664 Washington 
Rudolphsen J. F. 13 Decatur I ^^h Israel & Co. 85 Broad (impor- 

Ryari Thomas, 239 Washington | tQv ^ 

Ryder Thomas B. 291 Washington \ Othmm Tea Co. 85 to 89 Court 
Scarborough P. E. Miss, 87 Pembroke j p.^.^ g. n\ & Co. 141 Milk 
Sekrn J. II. 209 Second | Feirce L . G. 31 Broad 

Sehultz Wm. 1 [. 291 \\ ashington | Peters & Chase 2 2 Central 



Hill Francis G. 21 La Grange 
IliU Junius W. 154 Tremont 
ililla J- A. 645 Washington 
Holt II. K. 15 Summer 

Hooker S. H. Miss, 174 Tremont 
Howard G. II. 554 Washington - 
Hudson Joseph C. 8 Boylston 
Hunt S. C. 15 Peraberton sq. 
Julio A. 15 Warrenton 
Keller J. A. 251 Washington 
Kent Ella Miss, Rockland ave. 
Kielblock A. 14 Chauncy 
Lang B. J. 246 & 554 Washington 
LawTer J. W., Akron, n. St. James 
Long J. H. Airs. 6 D wight 
Louis L. 14 Kneeland 
Luttreli C. J. 224 H-rrison ave. 
Marshall L. 12 Tremont Temple 
Mason L. 27 7 Washington 
MeCallum Amy Miss, 29 Pleasant 
McDonald AJex'r. 18 Blossom 
Meisel Car], 8 Hayward pi. 
Merrill Martha W, Miss, 26 Oxford 
Murdock J. G. 429 Broadway 
Newcoiab Ilarley, 154 Tremont 
O' Conn ell C. C. 2 Linvrood pi. 
Oliver E. B. 26 Oxford 
PAIGE J. B. AIRS. 246 Washington 

(improved method, see page 698) 
Parker J. C. D. 107 Mt. Vernon 
Barkerson W. J. 289 Washington 
Parmenter L. II . 344 Washington 
Perkins W. O. 10 Edinboro' ' 
Pray W. M. 22 Joys building 
Rametti Joseph, 342 Tremont 
Rickseker J. Mrs. 30 Kingston 
Ripley W. S. 5 Endicott 



Sharland J. B. 



U, 



Pettes J. O. & Co. 11 Tremont 
Rosenfield M. 668 Washington 
Saunders Thos. 109 Beach 
Soule G. C. 96 Meridian, E. B. 
Spencer Wm. II. 741 Wash. 
SWAIN. PLATT, & EARLE, 
Broad (see page 806) 
; Thayer E. S. 284 Wasljington 



Southard L. II. 348 Fourth 

Suck Charles, 364 Tremont 

Suck G. F. 364 Tremont 

Thayer E. 246 Washington 

Tompkins Dexter A. 2tf9 Meridian 

Tourjce Eben, director N. E. Con- 
servatory of Music, Music Hall 

Tuck Mary A. 119 Dover [place \ Tute, Morey, & Paddock, 4 Chatham 

Tuits John W, 1 Van Rensselaer j row 

TURNER JOS. W. 6 VVinthrop ! Whitney 11. A. & Co. 21 Broad 
bloe;c, fc B. (piano-tbrie, guitar, j \yilliams J. D. & M. 185 & 1ST State 

j Win-low E. D. & Son.. 12 India 
Winslow & Myrick, 199 State 



and singing) 
Walker Buss B. 79 Green 
WaHach M. 33 Court 
Warren A. E. 38 7 Washington 
Webb G. J. 118 Mount Vernon 
Werner Julius D. 94 Harrison ave. 
Weston J. P. 34 Hudson 

9>ee J. Q. 38 Union Fark st. 



Wethero 
nVAM 



Teamsters. 
(See also Truckmen.) 

j Allen Hugh. 652 Washington 
I Austin J.-R. 761 Washington 
I Beckler C. M. 102 Dover 



CARLTON, & < <>., Manufacturers of tlie Celebrated 
FRICTION MATCH, lit to 103 Friend Street, Boston. 



15 V A 31 



576 



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Teamsters — continued. 
Blaney I. & Co. 2 N. Market 
Bonner flames, 13 Margaret 
Bonner & Sutherland, 157 Endtcott 
Case & Do«]^e, 07 Sudbury 
Clapp Alexander H. 846 Wads. 
dough & Co., Milk, cor. Broad 
Coy H. S. 85 Merrimac. 
Cutter Annul, 26 S. Market 
Deane & Co., Church, n. Prov. depot 
Devereux & Co. 377 Wash. 
Doherty B. & P. opp. 31 Medford 
Fay M. 78 Sudbury 
Ferguson J. 210 Commercial 
Fisk & Co., Devonshire, c. Franklin 
Foster W. B. & J. 3 West 
Flood Chas. II. 116 Commercial'" 
French C. C. 99 Central 
Frost & Co. 68 Church 
Furber & Co. 84 F. II. Market 
Oilman & Matthews, 15 Temple pi. 
drover & Miller, 1 City wharf 
Hobbs H. S. 71 Lincoln 
Iloyt & Parker. 69 Pearl 
Hunneman J. II. 2d, 455 Tremont 
Jones L. II. & Co. 54 Commercial 
Knight F. & Son. 1 Cornhill 
Littlefield J., Blackstone, c. Fulton 
Littlefield & Lane, 188 State 
McLaughlin Patrick. 40 Beverly 
Moore F. L. & Co. 110 Pearl 
Moore W. S. 45 Tremont 
Moultcn C. Batterman block 
Osboni George C. 24 2 Broadwav 
Parcher M. C. & W. II. II. Devon- 
shire, cor. Water 
Poor James E. 6: Co. 700 ash. 
Porter Wm., Charles, cor. Mt. Vernon 
Potter C. C. 105 Beverly 
Powers & Coffin, 115 North 
Pray Win. 124 Central 
PUEGELL & FOWLS, 161 Sumner 
Riehards.& Taylor, 4 Bedford 
Robinson II. P>'. 212 State, 
Robinson X. O. 10 Court sq. 
Robinson S. F. 141 Blackstone 
Sawtell G. II. M. 5 Beach 
Seates Clark S. 22 State 
Smith (). II. P. 1 llaymarket sq. 
Steele & Hunt. 4 2 Clinton 
.Steele J. II. 100 Blackstone 
Stratton Levi, 45 Commercial 
Taylor James, 47 Chatham 
Thing A. J. 88 Essex 
Tileston & Tibbetts. 175 Harr. ave. i 
Trafton J. 390 Tremont 
Tvner Wm. S Rogers, W. V. 
WILSON' & EUZZELL, U8.V Broad j 
i'OUNG O. W. & CO. 2 Commercial j 
wharf" (see page 810) 

Telegraph Offices. 
Boston Government Stock and Gold \ 
Telegraph Co. S. W. Roper, jr., i 
manager, 9 Wilson's Lane ' 



Franklin Telegraph Co. treas. office, 
18 Doane. Branches, S7& 1 1 -J ^ 
70 Milk, 126 Commercial 

Franklin 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 8 :; 
Stale, Branches, 31 State, basement 

Old State 1 louse, and 1 India 

Telegraphic Instruments. 

WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr., 109 

Court (see page 670) 

Tents and Awnings. 

Alexander It. R. 190 Commercial 
Crocker & Otis, 105 Commercial- 
Friend R. & Co. 62 Commercial 
Kingman & Robinson, 102 Com'l 
Lamprell & Marble, 357 Comm'l 
Martin James & Son, 114 Comm'i 
Yale R. M. 14 Commercial 

Theatrical Goods. 

Pollard & Leighton. 104 Tremont 
Weld & Boyson, 390 Tremont 

Thermometer Manufacturer. 

SIEFERT CHARLES A. 70 Wash. 

(see page 6S6) 

Threads, Yarns, &c. 

Alden J. Bigelow, 56 Temple place 
Burns Anna II. 73 Chambers 
Clapp J. I). & Co. K»6 Tremont 

j Clapp Wm. & Co. 307 & 309 Wash. 
Clark Thread Co. 43 Summer 
Cobb F. W. 20 Winter 

j Cobb J. F. 1443 Wash. 

j Cobb O. 95 Green, cor. Leverer.t 
Coleman Lewis & Co. 75 Milk 
Dunham C. H. & Co. 6 7 Milk 
Hadley Company (A. T. Lyman, 
trens.) 79 Summer [Row 

Harrington J. & Co. 17 Tremont 
Haven & Wright, 26 Pearl 

i Hills Elizabeth C. 80 Beach 

I HOLMES D. W, & Co. 7 Liberty 



sq. (linen) 
Holmes Given, 95 Washington 
Hope Thread Co. 81 Milk^manuf.} 
King C. E. & Co. 52 Summer 
Lovett Geo. W. & Co. 8 & 10 Win- 
ter 
Mahan Eliza J. 161 Shawmut ave. 
Ross, Pearce, & Co. 60 Milk 
Smith E. B. & Co. 66 Cambridge 
Stearns It. H. , v c Co. 27 Summer 
Wadleitfh R. H. & <L 291 Wash. 
Ware John W. 9 East Dedharu 
Whitney N. D. & Co. 129 Tremont 



Williamson 6c Dm 



97 Devonshire 



(Se 



Ticket Agents. 
Transportation Agents.) 



GAUDXER CHXX.SON, Mnnufactarer and Dealer in rVRKACES, 
RAJVGES, STOVES, «fcc, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



TILES — TOBACCO. 



577 



Tiles. 
( See uho Drain Pipe, also Fire Brick.) 
liOOTK EDWARD. 20 City wharjf 
(encaustic and tesselated, sec page 

BUMONX) JAMES & CO. 13 Lib- 



Emery & Co. 1251 Tremont 
Fandel John, 125 Canton 
Farren & Fay, 88 Salftii 
Fisher J. 1'. 1»J North so. 



FRENCH II. F. 71 & 73 W. Ded- 
ham (sff page 827) 

8 q. (see back colored page) I £* rr i sh 8lni 5?! * ( '°" 28 Ulrion 

f ; H;imn£ton Eben 



I 1 2 Trcmont 



STORY JOSEPH 

(iloor) 

Timber. 
JAMES GEO. B. & CO. 6 Central 

(set* page 806) 
WARP EDWARD A. 6 Commercial 

(mast and spar, see page 684) 

Time Detectors. 
BUERK J. E. 4 7 Congress (see page 
b21) 

Tin Can Maniifaetiirers, 
Campbell A. 14 North Market 
Holds C. & G. 20 Custom House st. 
Mains Joseph, 3 John 
Buss Chas. E. agt. Boston Can Co. 

43 Broad 
Suffolk Can Co. 40 Blackstone 

Tinners' Tools and Furnishing 

Goods. 
Clapp F. & Sons, 29 to 35 John 
Dover Stamping Co. 88 & 00 North 
Deans Geo. W. 47 Blackstone, cor. 

North [stone 

Farrar, Follett, & Co. 73 & 75 Black- I 
Fuller, Dana, &; Fitz, 13 North 
MAY 6c CO. 1 Broad (see inside! 

back cover) 
Richards & Co. 40 to 44 North 
Seavey & Co. 85 Blackstone 

Tinsmiths and Sheet-Iron 

Workers. 

{See also Stove Dealers.) 

Acres Geo. T. 252 Commercial 

Auerbach Hermann. 783 Wash. 

BE1 1 It X WAL B. £$ North (see pag* 

805) • I 

Biaaey John, 122 & 124 Broad 
Blaisdel R. C. 1160 Federal 
Koynton Francis, 11 Marshall 
Brown Geo. 71 Meridian. K. B. 
Brown Geo. A. jr. 117 Blackstone 
Butler II. B. & Co. 12 Lewis, E. B. j 
Cute & Nickerson, 200 Federal and I 

150 Summer 
Chase W. E. & Co. 77 Cambridge 
CIHLSON GARDNER, 90 Black- 



er r. 89 Meridian 
| Hawkes S. M. 83 Sudbury 

Hollis C. 6c G. 20 Custom House st. 
| Ilolohan 6c Maguire, 4 Travels 
I Howe C. W. t>9] Union 
i Johnson J. A. 6 Averv 
! Lord John \V. 1707 Wash. 

Lyons & Callahan, 83 W. Concord 
! Mace A. M. & Co. 58 Blackstone 

MAGEE FURNACE CO. W. E. 
Smith agent, 36 & 38 Union (see 
front colored pane) 
| Mahon T. F. 251 Federal 
| Mahony Elizabeth, 142* Sbawmnt 
avenue 

Malone Philip. 145 Charlestown 

Mason Geo. H. 154 Blackstone 
| Morandi Francis. 65 Union 
I Palmer Joseph, 1744 Wash. 
| PARKS 6c BAKER, 21 Blackstone 

(see page 604) 
| Peterson Andrew, 1783 Wash. 
j Pond .Moses 6c Co. 70 Blackstone 

Rice John S. 59 Hanover 

Sexton Isaac, 69A- Union 

SHAW W. F. 615 Washington (also 
copper) 

Simonds C. J. 151 Leverett 

Smith Henry, 2 7 Doane 

Stimpson J. M. 1178 Washington 

Swan Daniel, 88 Cambridge 

Thompson S. F. 104 Broadway 

Wadman W. B. 1197 & 144 7 Wash. 

WALKER F. A. & Co. 83 and 85 
Corn bill 

Williams F. C. & Co. 71 Union 

Wright Thcs. & Co. 1086 Wash. 



stone (see inside Iront cover) 
Clmhbuek Levi, 10 Bedford 
* utts Hiram, 59 Hanover. 
"•via S. <;. & Co. 94 Blackstone 
j**na (; CM) . \y 4 7 Blackstone 
Brury Thomas J. 60 EivlFott 



Tobacco. 
{See also Cigars and Sniiff.^ 
Allen John, 355 Hanover 
Barrett C B. 45 N. Market 
Brackett F. B. & Co. 14 Central 

wharf 
BREWER C. & SONS, 14 S. Mar- 
ket (see page 694) 
j Brown Daniel S. & Co. 31 and 3S 

Broad 
■ Canny P. 411 to 419 Hanover (whole- 
| sale, and retail) 

: CARRUTH D. J. 61 and 63 Black- 
stone (see page. 677) 
I Davenport & Legg, 107 Purchase and 
230 Broad (leaf) 



i Dodd John A. 6c Co. 223 State (leaf) 
butik'left B. W.&Co 113 Blackstone i Eckley A. A. 12 Central v>\i\\ (leaf) 
Egtn Win. 4-2 MavVrlelc sq. j Eller Morris, 4 Central wharf 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE I VS. CO. of Springfield, Mass. l?o<*- 

«*»itiUice, 1?3 Washington Street} JOHN BUMSTEAD, General Agent. 

37 



578 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Tobacco — continued. ; Toy Manufs. 

Fisher & Co. 23 &24 Central wharf Ball Geo. W. 51 Charlestown 

Fretch Wni. S. 9 Change av«. (leaf) JAQUITH' A. B. 60 Alban 

Giro L. 130 (. ommen-ial nao .,, c ( : ( ;v 

-G1RO&PARETS, 103 Water, (im- B ; 

porters leaf, see page 810) Toy Stores. 

Goodnow Asa, 12 Central whf. Burr C. H. 332 EL mover 

Grout John II. 377 \\ ash. Ellenwood W. F. Mrs. 89 Dudley 

Hunt H. W. & Go. 16 Central wharf German I). 27G Hanover 
Leeds Richard, 15 Central wharf | Goodrich D. O. 302 Washington 
Mitchell A, R. 35 Central, agent lor Hall Win. 407 Hanover 

P. & G. Lorillard IMcBride Francis, 121 Dudley 

Nute J. R. 32 Salem ! McDonald Mary Mrs. 65 Lincoln 

Parker S. T. & Co. *41 Milk Morden E. W. 143 Shawmut ave. 

PERKINS & WOODMAN. 159 1 Thompson Marv J. 1136 Tremont 

Milk, agents Bagiey's Detroit May- , Ward Ann, 360 Hanover 

flower (• 



y (gee 



Philbrook & Tucker, 103 and 105 

Blackstone [leaf) 

Rock P. E, 225 Hanover (plug and 
Sharp Ctto & Co. 35 Central 
Tilton S. & Co. 10 Central whf. 
Wait C. 130 Commercial 
Webb W. It. 188 State 
Whitney H. A. & Co. 21 Broad 
WILDER & ESTABROOK, 7 

Commercial [wharf 

Williams Geo. F. & Co. 16 Central 
Young J. H. 38 Broad 

Toe Calk Manufacturers. 
DEWICK C. F, & CO. 965 Fed- 
eral (see page 626) 

Tool Grinder. 
Miles William, 10 Clinton 

Tools. 
Bailey. Chauy, & Co. 40 Lancaster 
Blackinton H. A. 88 Travers (mar- 
ble) 
EARLE & CHUTE, 522 Wash ;G1Jd , en & mm H4 Stato r R> 

n-(f^ p3 ,? ^ i (marble) i Gr c c 79 Wash (N . & w ; ,., 

?, ]] }J L < D n^ W(ir }(' C T ner U y erS ; HarloW A. J. 82 Washington, C. C. 
MAI & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State j & q j> j> 6 

(see inside back cover) - Harris' G.' J.' 77 Wash. (Star Union 

Morss A. S. 210 Comm 1 (mechanic s) ; & p ■ p R r wharf 

NEW YORK TAP. DIE CO. | niSwm B. ft Col 13 Foste* 
(machinists, gas and steamfitters , HockImr j ohn , 7 State 
see page 68b) ^ _ • . , Kidder G. G. 15 Court (Mer. Desp'h) 

irren M. C. & Co. 9 Dock square I K f mbal , 0riSt OM State House 

Lawrence & Ryan, 10 Broad (Eoro- 

pean) 
MarshaU Kennedy, 77 Wash. 
Millis L. 5 State. V. C. K R Line 
Mills James, 79 Wash. B. & A. R- K- 
Davis II. 304 Commercial and 1 Com- 1 Murray J. 16 Scollay's build- 

mercial wharf I Newell E. A. Old State House (w?« 



Transportation Agents. 
Abbott O. W. 15 State (E. R. R.) 
Adams E. H., Cromwell Line for New 

Orleans, 82 Wash. 
Bartlett C. L. & Co. 16 Broad (Cali- 
fornia mail steamships) 
Bates I. G. 103 Stare [R. R. 

Bean J. Q. A. 69 Wash. C. B. & Q. 
Bvnner Edwin, Prov. & N. Y. S. S. 

Co. 77 Wash. [R. R. 

Clark II. W. 82 Wash., Cheshire 
Clark Wm. B. 74 Wash., S. S. line 

and B. & O. R. R. 
Clark W. M. 74 Wash., V. & T. fine 
Cushman Albert, Old State House — 

Red Line 
Dockray G. J. 76 Wash., G. W. D. 
Dunlap John S. 15 State, Erie R. R. 
Faxon C. A. 82 Wash., general agent 

F. R. & S. line 
Field G. F. 82 Washington, gen. agf. 

R. O. & M. line [R. K. 

Fisher S. II. 82 Wash.. C. C. & C. 



W 

Wheeler S. & Co. (hammers), 126 

Marginal E. B. 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co. 2 Wash. 

Tow Boats. 
Baker & Howes, 99 Cornm'l 



Davis John, 1 Commercial wharf line) L ,; '~ 

Nichols W. H., Harriett's wharf ' Nutter G. T. 15 State. C. & N. v >- 

Nickerson F. W. 12 Commercial I Pote J. II. & Co. 25 Merchants row 

Niekerson & Whelden, 130 Cornm'l : Randall Paul K. 69 Wash. G. W. & 
Rogers & Sears, 109 Commercial j M. C. R. R. , %j 

Sears J. H. Commercial whf. j Richardson B. Heber, 15 Rowe'i wof. 

W'insor Thos. I. agent, 22 T whf. | Richardson J. W. 134 Wash. 

FVRXACKMt 



garonku ciul.sox, 
range*. Stoves, 



Sftukttfoeturer txml Dealer lt\ 

&.C.. «9 end 101 Blaciistoiie St., Bostoi* 



TRANSPORTATION AGENTS — TRUCKMEN. 



579 



({tiberts R. W. 77 Wash. (Penn 
U u. pa^enger) 

s, ul ,tw')) E-, end Central wharf 
^luL-keU Samuel, agent, Cr. T. E. R. I 

,,: iic<* toot India wharf 
Sbivsrk& George, 3 Old State House, 

n^vnt iiristol Line 
Shutter ('. 134 Wash., G. T. R. II. j 
*»uiiili .hones S. Old State House! 



j Woodman II. A. 50 Winter 

I Zeigler A. 1 Lu-sey pi. and Pynehon, 

I near I'. R. R. (manuf, ) 

■ ZIttel Gi orge (manuf.), George, cor. 

I Magazine 

Troches. 
I Brown John I. & Sons, 14 Esses 
Truckmen. 



(L. S. 6c M. S. 11. K.) Bancroft T. 41)]- Central 

r.l'«tott Edward G. 74 Franklin j Berry & Lpham, Sargent's whf. 

Wwks Win. foot India wharf j Blaney I. & .Co. 2 N. Market 

\V< Uch S.-& Co. 129 State [patch | Blinn John F. 2 Broad 

Chase & Woodsum, 204 Commercial 
Conant Nathan & Co. 31 India 



\\ ill Fred, 15 Court (People's Des. 

Trees, Shrubs, &c, 
Bradlee J. D. 8 Bath 
Parker, Gannett, & Osgood, 49 N. 

Market and 46 Merchants row 
Strong W. C. li) Merchants row 

Trimming Goods. 
Alden 6c Bigelow, 56 Temple place 
ALLEN EZRA 6c SON, 29.3 Wash. 

(see page G96) 
Allen Wm. IL 6c Co. 5G Winter 
Haker Freeman & Co. 26 Winter 
B. al? Nancy, 284 Hanover 
Boone, Gannell, & Co. 72 Summer 
Boston Bigelow Mills, 130 Hampden 
MUGIIAM, BLTFUM, & CO. 188 

Devonshire 
Burr, Bros. 6c Co. 76 Franklin 
Butler & Bryant, 49 Tremont 
Lmk-r & Rogers, 13 Summer 
Uhainpncy Bros. & Co, 13G Devon- 
shire 
ttapp Wm. 6c Co. 307 & 309 Wash. 
Uobb F. W. 20 Winter 
CF.cn M. M. 203 Wash. 
Coiinir & Hart, 235 Wash. 
fcnersen I). 11. 14 Whiter 
Pi e&Ler Oswald, 36 Winter (manuf.) , 
Gardner, Pratt, and Mekintire, 44 

Franklin 
GFason Ellen & M. 393 Wash. 
Gl-.nii K. 11 Charles 
Griawold j). C. & Co. 164 Devonshire 
Howard J. A. 40 6c 42 Winter 
Hubbard Dudley, 129 Tremont 
3aeohs W. 1. 1U51 Washington 



W., Meridu 



op 



Mon- 



Cowan A. 

mouth 
Doolittle & Pennell, 2 Broad 
Dyer Cr. E. 6c Co. 37 Comm'I whf. 
Estabrooks & Sibley, 60 Fearl 6c 28| 

Central 
Fearing & Renfrew, 36 Central 
Fellows & Mitchell. 100 & 102 Broad 
Fisk S. C. & G. 3 Chatham row 
Flanders Lewis 6c Co. 93 Central 
Goodnongh J. N. 24^ Commerce 
Gorham H- S. 6c Co. 2 Faneuil Hall 
Gray & Bradeen, 122 Canal 
Grealy P. 42 Water 
Green 6c Pierce, 30 Fulton 
Grover 6c Co. 1 City wf. 6c 187 State 
Haley & Piper, 59 & Gl Comml 
Hall 'Leonard, 149 Blackstone 
HilliardJ. S. 19 Custom-IIouse sfc. 
Hilton 6c Grover, 133 Pearl 
Holt D. 172 Canal [cor. Arch 

Holt, Steadman, & Co.. Franklin, 
Holt & Wright, 107 Pearl 
Jenkins 6c Co., 1 Liberty sq. 
Johnson Robert 6c Co., Federal, foot 

First 
Johnson & Co. 31 Kilby 
Lane Edwin, 91 Lowell 
Leeman L. G. 6 7 Blackstone 
Libb-y Butler, 91 Summer 
Littlefield Jacob, 197 Congress and 1 

Blackstone 
Littlefield 6c Lane, 188 State 
Magorty John, I9G Commercial 
Meads John B., India, opp. Wharf st. 



King C. E. 6c Co. 52 and 54 Summer j Miles E. M. 38 Broad 
Lane E. J. & Co. 27 and 29 Hawley j Moore F. L. 110 Pearl 

(undertakers) l Morse C. R. & Co., Custom-House 

Mi hbridge M, Mi 7 Temple piace | Nason 6c Littlefield, o'o Commercial 
Urn's, Brown. 6c Co. 44 Summer I Nav Ira A. 6c Co. 94 Pearl 



i- >vett Geo. W. 6c Co. ..S & 10 Winter 
Oi-ood J. C. 6c Co- 33 Winter 
Paine A. Willis, 405 Washington 
l*cyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 
Si.mmway F. 1'. 20 Temple, place 
^pringer Bros. 32 Summer 
teams R. H. 6c Co. 27 Summer 
cor. 11 



Neal T. W. 112 Wat< 



Walker S., Canton, 
avenue (manuf.) 



r 
Noreross 6c Co. 4 City whf. 
Otis G. J). & Co. 61 Chatham 
Page, Fifield, & Co.. Franklin, cor. 

Arch, counting room, 29 India 
Plaisted John, 107 Fulton 
Pote J. IL 6c Co. 25 Merchants row 
irrison j Pray W'lliam, 12G Central 

jPresby George R. 30 Franklin 



■ •"A^M, C,VUl/r«ir\, <& CO., Manufacturers of t!ie Celebrated BVAM 
FRICTION MATCH. 03 to JO;i 6'rkud Street, Boston. 



580 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Truckmen — continued. 
PURCELL & FOWLE, 161 Sunfner 
Putney .Milton J., Franklin, c. Wash. 
Robinson II. B. 212 State 
Ryder D. C. 10 Commercial whf. 
Salsbary J. Gr. & Co., Chatham vow, 

c. B'ntlei row 
Smith B. A. 84 Federal 
Steele & Robinson, 100 Blackstone 
Stewart L. H. & Co. 24 Franklin 
Stone K. 11. & Co. 42 So. Market 
Thompson & Wilson, 299 Broad and 

14 Foster's whf. 
Vaughan James & Co, 310 Broad 
Webster A. & Co. 19 Commerce 
Wei's Charles, jr. 121 Commercial 
Wheelock J./B. & Co. 68 Friend 
Whipple Thomas. 100 Milk 
White II. K. 20 S. Market 
WILSON & BUZZELL, 118} Broad 
Wilson & Co. 2 Broad 

Trunks, Valises, &e. 

Baker J. B. & Co. 150 Tremont 
Burkmar A. B. 218 Commercial 
Cheever S. G. 6c Co. 25 Court and 7 

Tremont 
Da-m 'tt Frederick K. & Co. 46 Milk 
Poland J. E. 159 Blackstone 
Easter & Wins-hip, 7 Elm 
Haley 8c Read, 36 Milk 
Holmes William, 21 Tremont 
Horton R. jr. 73 Haverhill 
Jackson Samuel, 1875 Washington 
KEEFE JOHN J. cSc CO. 207 Broad 

(manuf.) 
McDonald Alexander, 44 School 
Neat Nathan, 336 Washing-ton 
RICH, PITMAN, 6c CO! 82 Union 

(see pa^je 6s 7) 
Sage O. F. 546 Washington 
Skiliin & Kendall, 37} Hanover 
Tyler J. L. 4 7 Union 
Wheeler C. C. 40} Faneuil Hall ?q. 

Truss Makers. 

Bartlett & Butman, 163 Wash. 
Bonsai! Wm. it. 33 Tremont 
Cheever Joseph, 41 Hanover 
CO D.MAX & SHURTLEFF, 13 and 

15 Tremont (see pa<re 6 75) 
Foster J. Frederick, 23 Boylston 
Jordan S. & II. II. 819 Shawmut av. 
Kraft F. 6c Co. 7 Spring lane 
Leach 8c Greene, 2 Tremont Temple 
Phelps W. H. <oH Tremont 
Unite C. W. & Co. 99 Court 



Tub o Manufacturers. 

*Kn W.-.rV;. tf)'. 



Turbine Water Wheols. 
UNDERWOOD CHARLES EL 3j 
School, room 9 (see page 822) 

Turkish Baths. 
BLODGKTT C, roar Marlboro' Ho- 
tel (Vapor & Turkish, see p. 663) 

Turners. 

Abbott J. F. 35 Haverhill 

Black A. F. 9 Bowker 

Bullock Geurjc, 4s Albany, 

Byrnes Lawrence, 17 Harvard place 

Davenport L. I). 18 Eustis (croquet) 

Foye N. W. 19 Harvard place 

JAQUITH A. B. 60 Albany (sec 
page 6oG) 

Krekler Frederick, r. 861 Wash. 

Laming & Drisco, Swett. near Reed 

LITTLEHALE, DRAKE, & WIL- 
LETT, 94} Utica 

Mahonv J. F. 27 Wareham 

M ANSON & PETERSON, 88 Bor- 
der, e. Decatur, E. B. (see p. 700) 

McNUTT J. J., Novelty Wood 
Works, Wareham, cor. Maiden, 
(see page 818) 

Miller i\ 8 7 Causeway 

Nason Joseph, 164 Portland 

Ostroni Charles, 257 Wash. 

PIERCE S.H. L., 1025 Federal (see 
page 684) 

Pratt David G. 5 Chickering place 

Rami ill Bros. 87 Causeway 

ROBERTSON JOIIX A. 393 Fed- 
eral (see page 695) 

Rodgers & Burleigh, 11 Bowker 

Smith Zenas. 31 Way 

Tibbetts Charles, 86 *Utlca 

Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, cor. 
Friend 

WHITTEX MATTHEW, Border, n. 
Central sq. (wood, see page 701 ) 

Wood 6c Chester, 21 Harvard place 

Twine. 

American Net & Twine Co. 43 Com'l 

Binney 6c Co. 64 Kilbv 

Boston Flax .Mills, C. T. Hubbard, 

treas. 85 Commercial 
Botsford, Hall. & Co. 29 Hawley 
Collins & Pinkhain, 21 Friend 
Dennison 6c Co. 71 Milk (bright pink) 
Dillingham E. 6k F. 50 Water 
Dillingham & Co. 36 Merchants row 
Fearing, Rodman, & Swift, 2;; and 25 

Commercial 
Hairar & Co. 82 Devonshire 
Hidden & Hill. 21 6k 22 S. 'Market 
HOLMES D. W. 6k CO. 7 Lib r 



stat- 



American Tube Work 

(bra«s and copper) j Kimball Daniel, 106 Fulton 

HUMPHREY BROS. & SMITH, I Lord H. & G. W. so Commercial 
38 Old State House (speaking and j Myers P. J. 125 Ward, n. Parker 
conductor pip»\ see page 83::) i Pearson Bros. & Co. 90 Water 

GAHDSER Cllll^ov, Manufacturer and 'Dealer in FURA'AC'KS* 

ilAXtiKS, STOVES, &c, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



TWINE — UPHOLSTERERS. 



581 



O'Suliivan Dennis, 122 Court 
Peak John & Son. 146 Friend 
Pierce John W. 190 Federal 
Pratt Caleb I. 190 Federal 
Smith Franklin & Son, 251 Tremout 
Stearns Hiram, 3 Newborn place 
Taylor Hugh, -14 Temple 
Tinkham Jeremiah, 20 Howard 
Waterman Joseph S. 1912 Wash. 
Whitney Nahum P. 19 Blossom 

Underwriters. {Marine Board.) 
Curtis C. T. sec'y, IS Merchants Ex. 

Upholsterers. 
Anderson J. J., Fulton 
Bacall William K. & Son, 609 Wash. 
Blake & Aiden, 59 Brattle 
Bowden John, Warren, cor. Dudley 
BOYCE BROS. 583 Washington 

(see page 660) 
Brooks John, 1878 Wash. 
BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 & 
511 Wash, (see page 659) 
Umbrellas and Parasols. j Carr C. II. 427 Dorchester 
BACON ROBERT & CO. 327 ? Chadwick & Rowe, 1931 Wash. 

Washington (see page 828) | Cullen William, 21 Charles 

Baldwin N. J. 83 Sudbury (repairer) j Cunningham G. H. 6c Co. 141 Wash. 

| Deane James W. 60 Leverett 
j Doherty P. 20 Chaflestown 
I Durant James, 39 Kingston 
I Ellis W. B. & Co. 23 Bromfield 



Roberts IT. B. 13 Arch 

Row, Pearw, & Co. 60 Milk 

Sampson Edv.in H. 19 Exchange 

Spaul<Jih» Brothers, 74 Milk 

\\ irnii Isaac B. & Co. 14 Spring lane 

Wilder & Co. 60 Water 

Type and Stereotype Foun- 
dries. 
Boston Stereotype Foundry, George 

Drake, agent, 19 Spring lane 
Boston Type Foundry, J. K. Rogers, 

treas. 5") Water 
Curtis 6c Mitchell, 24 Congress 
Dickinson Type Foundry, Phelps, 

Dalton, 6c Co. 52 Washington 
New England Type Foundry, Chand- ; 

ler, Cousens, 6c Co. 64 Federal 
PETERS C. J. & SON, 5 Wash. 

(see page 812) 
Rockwell & Rollins, office 122 Wash-; 

ingron. foundry 45 Water 
Whitcomb II. C. & Co. 15 Water ! 



Bates J. L. 129 Washington 
Binney Matthew's Sons, 13 Franklin 
Col ton Wm. II. 630 Federal 
Corley Thomas, 29 South 
DAME, ILSLEY, & CO. 223 Wash 
Klein John, 7 Beach 
Lilley J. D. & R. M. 65 Court 
Lyon Joseph 6c Co. 21 Winter 

Undertakers. 



Adams Louis, 3o Oneida 
Benson Constant T. 82 Prince 
Brown Win. E. 11 Bennington 
Brown W. IT. 11 Bennington 
Cole J. T. ill I', road way" 
Cooley William. Mollis street Church 
Colter James, 91 South k 296 Federal 
Billon Richard, 15 Oliver place 
Ellard Daniel, 349 Federal and 31 

Albany 
Farrell James, 169 Endicott 
Faxon Oren, 57 Dover 



Fairfield G. W. 78 Albany 
HALEY, MORSE, & BOYDEN, 

407 Washington 
HALLETT JAMES II. & SONS, 17 

Dock square (see page 702) 
Haven II. P. 59 Cambridge 
Hersey T. E. G. 105} W. Dedham 
Hixon Edward & Co. 172 Wash. 
B. j Holmes F. M. & Co. 188 Hanover 
j Humphreys J. & Co. 24 Bromfield 
i Muse Warren G. 6c Co. 7 Guild row 
INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 

20 Bromfield (see p. 687) 
Kelley H. P. 120 Tyler 
Libbev M. II. 102 Broadway 
LIND'ERGREEN OLOF, 68 Me- 
ridian, E. B. 
Long Martin W: 58 E. Canton 



field George V. 146 Broadway and j Mackie Robert, 3 Essex 6c 460 Wash. 

402 Hanover j Manson D. V. 240 Hanover 

Field P. E. 146 Broadway j McArthur Arthur, 93 Essex 

Guggonheimer David, 99 Warrenton j McGinnis 6c McGowan, 43 Charles- 
Hayues James, basement of Emman- I town 

uel Chapel 



Larnson ave. 



Heintz John. 1124 Tremon 
Johnson Geo. jr. 23 Pitts 
Jones Lewis, 122 Court 
Kennedy Philip, 244 II 
Uvery J. W. 54 A 
Manning William, 813 Albany 
Marden David, :>Go Hanover 
garden R. S. 0. 3*15 Hanover 
O'Suliivan Daniel, 100 Havre, I 



! Nve Wm. H. 209 W. Springfield 



j OL AND E UP. J. 94 Eewi< 

' PARSONS & TOREEY, 460 & 464 

Wash, (see page 693) 
i Paul J. & Co. 338 Washington 
| Paul & Co. 354 Washington 
I Pear Edward W. 6c Co. 3^7 
; Pease Chas. F. 241 Wash, 

Roeth C. W. 32 West 
i Russell & Phelps, 21 Brattle 



W 



HAsSACnuSKTTS MUTUAL LTFR ItfS. CO. of Springfield, Mass. Bos- 
ton office, 173 AVtvsUiu~ton Street $ JOHN BUMSTJBAD, General Agent. 



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Upholsterers — continued. 
Schlotterbeck Frederick, 370 Wash. 
Sehulz Adolph & Co. 744 Wash. 
Smith J. B. 1,58 Northampton 
Somers Samuel F. 274 Wash. 
.Story Charles T. 121 Shawniut ave. 
Sydney Geo. 26.5 Washington 
Tread well S. A. 5211 Wash. 
True Gilbert. 1558 Wash. 
Turner Henrv A. & Co. 31 West 
VAUGHN J. J. 323 Washington 

(see page 681) 
Viner G. 324 Washington 
Watts E. 23 Harvard 
Wetherell B. 51 Charlestown 
Woodbury. Grav, & Co. 51 Hanover 
Young C. R. 57 Milk 
Zeuner II. 526 Washington 



Variety Store3. 
Andrews L. 1 Adams 
Austin Emma Mrs. 184.0 Wash. 
Beeket H. B. 96 Carver 
Brett William. 1021 Tremont 
Browne John, 63 Pitts 
Dimond D. H. 319 Hanover 
Dooley E. Mrs. 9:>7 Tremont 
Duke G. 39 Harvard 
Ellenwood Win. F. 80 Dudley 
Ellis Mary M. Mrs. 58 Warrenton 
Enos A. 17 Fleet 

Gonghenheim David, 99 Warrenton 
Griffin Bridget Mrs. 122£ Essex 
Lang A. Miss, 107 Warrenton 
Learned R. L. Miss, 264 Dudley 
Lin^e Christina, 1071 Tremont 
Madden David, 247 Federal 
Maguire Ann Mrs. 79 Eliot 
MeBride Francis, 121 Dudley 
MeElrov John, 176 Merrimac 



Meany Daniel, 178 Friend 
Mo.-es Robert, 1277 Tremont 
O'Brien Mary, G4 Richard 
Pendergrast Jesse S. 290.} Tremont 
Reinstein Samuel. 1275 Tremont 
Salvadore Margaret, 1186 Tremont 
Shepardson H. 25 Chapman 
Smith A. Mrs. 10 Harrison ave. 
Spence George, 50 Warren 



Upholstery Goods. 

Bruce Chas. II. 606 Washington 
BUCKLEY & BANCROFT, 503 & 

511 Wash, (see page 659) 
Champney Henry T. 3 Otis 
Cunningham G. H. & Co. 141 Wa»-b. 
Davenport A. M. & Co. 28 Corn hill 
Ellis W. B. & Co. 23 Bromfk-ld 
HALEY, MOUSE, & BOYDEN, 

407 Washington 
Humphreys J. & Co. 24 Bromfield 

Lawrence", Wilde, & Hull, 44 Cornhill ! Stark J. Mrs. 120 Dudley 
Osgood H. B. & Co. 18 Canal and I Swallow M. A. 1394 Tremont 

17 Merrimac Sweenev Mary C. 78 Pleasant 

PARSONS & TORREY,460 & 464 Toler Joseph H. 35 Tremont 

PeSldw^rd Wl%2 387 Wash. Va ™ lsl1 and Ja P an Man ^- 
Pease Chas. F. 241 Wa*hin«-ton Bragdon, Tavener, & Co. 8 India 

Solomon B. L. & Sons 82 Summer ! CARPENTER, WOODWARD, & 
Turner II. A. & Co. 31 West | MORTON, 107 State 

WARE GEO. W. ck CO. 12 Corn- j Crowell, Brother. & Co. 92 Sudbury 
hill and 25 Washington (see page j Cutler A. L. & Co. 147 Milk 
679) j DONALD W. C. & CO. 12 Spring 

| Lane (see page 836) 
Upholstery & Carriage Goods, j Folsom, Gilman, & Pope, (i:) Broad 

Importers ' Folsom & Dearborn, 10 India 

Burr, Brown. & Co. 83 Devonshire I H^ A ^fl^ h ' & / S W 6 ? 
(manufacturers) ^M^f^A^lJ^ P i I 

Champnev H. T. 3 Otis U ? Wh &iRENCH, 09 Blackstone 

Gashing & Bliss, oo Milk I Tr <> ee P a S\ 6 ' 4 l - r . ,, 

"ir^t- » n^iu en i >■> Aj-ii i Hunneman \\ . C .>:> India 

roster, ( oiburn, & Co. 123 Mtlk I , T , Ar . A _ n ., 

ir.ii \r.,~, e .'' i/— i> i / c\\ Hvde M. Smith, < Castle 

nail Juan uh Co. 16o I earl (mauut.) „; T , B ... ,' r < o- r ^^ 
n ,.- V, , v } King E. & F. & Co. 2b lnr*~ 
Co. <».» Franklin ,, °, ,, TT ^ t-. « ,n 



ion 
and 



Metealf Henry B. & 

Miller Bros, k Lent, 6 7 IT 
SYFFERMANN C. F. 
Federal 

Valises. 
KFEFE JOII.Y J. & CO. 297 Broad 
RICH, PITMAN, & CO. S2 Union 
(see page 687) 

Vaiie Manuf. 

HARRIS J. & SOX, 76 Kingston j Broad 

(see page SIS) \ Rogers Edwin A. 18 Canal 

GAllDA&K Clilf«SQft' y manufacturer and Dealer U\ PUWNACK»i 
RANGES, STOVES, &c , 09 and 101 BlaelvStoue St. f Boston. 



Marshall H. N. F. & Co. 78 Broad 

MERRILL BROS. 215 State (see 
page CG~>) 

Page Samuel & Son, 4 Liberty s<p 

Pearl Edward, 26 Canal 

PORTER, CROSS,. .& MESSER. 
110 Milk (see page GO^) 
! PORTER JOHN & CO. 101 V ati r 
| (see page 6 72) 
I RICHARDSON CHAS. & CO. 61 



VARNTSH AND JAPAN MANUFS. WATCH DIAL MAKERS. 583 



ppooner Chas. M. & Co. 105 Fulton i Lovis Ambrose, 843 to 851 Albany & 
bTlCKNKY J. W. & CO. 64 Broad j 84 Fulton 

(paraihne, see page 680) PIERCE S. II. L., 1025 Federal 

Slim-on, Buheoek, & Livermore, 32 i (shavings, see page 684) 
Brand | Poole C. jr. & Co. 79 North 

THOMSON I). Jr. 2Ctf Kim (see RieUarcUon. J. C. & Co. 1G Blaekstone 

page fc25) Skilton, Foofce, & Co. 4S Comral 

Valentine & Co. 32 Kilby j Snow H. A. & Co. lot; Comm'l 

Velooipede3. j WAUI> JOSEPH W. 123 Water 

Kimball Brothers & Co. 112 Sudbury j Violin Strings. 

Sargent Wat P. & Co. 155 Tremont WHITE A. W 86 Tremont (see 
Veneers. P a £ e 827 ) 

(See Mahogany.) Vise Makers. 

Veneer Cutting Machines. [Hunt W. P. 763 Fed* ral (Ea-le vise) 



Massey James, 899 Harrison ave. 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad, e. State (deal- 
ers, sen inside back cover) 

Union Vise Company, Gl Water, G. 
II. Nott, pres. 

Woolley John, 37 Salutation 

Voice Building. 
BAXTER STACY, 13 Tremont Kow 
(see page 805) 

Voltaic Armor Bands and 
Soles. 
Voltaic Armor Association, 120 Tre- 
mont 

Waddings. 
( Wool and Cotton.) 
Bacon John H. 1 Union 
Dunham Thomas H.5G5 Harrison ave. 

Washing and Wringing 

Machines. 

COOLIDGE GEO. 3 Milk 

Hawes S. 89 Cornhill 

Parker, Gannett, & Osgood, 49 North 

Market, and 46 -Merchants rovr 

Sawyer John F. 40 Bromueld 

Marshall Joseph, 333 Chelsea. E. B. I Thayer if. S. 42 Elm 

.launders Wm., Sudburv, c. Hawkins V- r A v « * m -.«- * 

Simmons S. 4 Madison place | Watch Case & Glass Manufs. 

Suckney J. II., Kingston, c. Bedford MARGQT BROS. 23 Water (Watch 

Case Manufacturers, Engine Turn- 
ers, and Jobbers) 
T1IIERY CHAS. L. 7 Harvard pi., 



PARKER & SLEEPER, 133 Port- 
lam I 
Paul Joseph F. & Co. 441 Tremont 

Venetian Blinds. 
Cartwright Geo. B. 324 Wash. 
Finnigan M. A. 61 Cornhill 
Maccubbin E. 16 Avery 
Pease Cha.s. F. 241 Washington 
VAUGHN J. J. 323 Wash, (see page 
681) 

Ventilating Engineer. 
SHEBtD J. HERBERT, 7 Court sq- 
(see page 668) 

Ventilators. 

Ventilation Co. 5 Lindall, E. E. Wil- 
liamson, gen'l agent 

United States Ventilation Co., L. 
Robinson, agent, 46 Congress 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Day S., Merrimac, cor. Market and 83 

Leverett 
Harvey Geo. W. 20 Portland 
LMyman Wm. H., M. R. V. C. 12 

Florence 



Thayer E. F. 15 U. S. Hotel 
Very T. S. 18 Pitts 
Vood C. M. 4 Rollins 

Vinegar. 
Atkinson & Thayer, 15 Ferry 
Hirtlett W. C. & Co. 126 Fulton 
lSoston Vinegar Works, Horsey & 

Fii-ktrt. props. 3 75 Broad 
< OWDREY E. T. & CO. 27 to 37 

Portland (see page 837) 
I'QDGE JOHN T. & CO. 6 Custom 



House st. (see pa<«e 834) 
H.K'iv GF,D. F.54 Hampden, 
i Cha -lwick (set- page 8U5) 
Floyd & Walker. 22 Causeway 
ttaynes Amos, 4 South Marke.'t 
l -'"' I & W.ti.,on, 152 Commercial 



opp. 



olhce 151 Wash, (see page 68 7) 

Watchclocks. 
; BUERK J. E. 47 Congress (portable, 
see page 821) 

Watch Dealers. 
! BAILEY SIMON W. 193 Wash. 
FORD H. O. & CO. 84 Tremont 
i (see back colored page) 
!;QL t IM&YM."T. & CO. 14 Hanover 
: (wholesale, see page 836) 

Watch Dial Makers. 
j Gold & Spurr, 18 Harvard place 



CAI(i;r()\, & CO., .llanafuttnrrrs of the Celebrated BYAQI 
FRICTION MATCH, 92 to lO.'i Friend Street, Boston. 



584 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Watch Jeweller. I O'Connell Maurice, 833 Hanover 

TOD DAVID, IS Harvard place (see Oroide Watch Co. 93 Washington 

page S12) Pajre M. S. 1 Salem 

*__ ' . __. ' , -r, Policy Geo. W. 2S1 Washington 

Watch Makers and Repairers. Potte ^ DrakCi & Co . 25 Wat(>r 

(&e aho JetceL-y, Watches, eye.) j p ratt J^gg-^ 515 AV a >hinrrfOll 



Anderson A. 70 Friend 
Bacon & Co. 40 Ehn 
BAILEY S. W. 193 Wash. 
Batch W. D. G49 Washington 
Barker & Baker, 1097 Washington 
Barton Richard, 251 Wash. 
Bell J. G. 89 Washington 
Bigelow J. J. 3 Bromfield 
Bond Charles, 292 Wash. 
Bond William & Son, 17 Congress 
Bonnie Louis, 173 Hanover 
Brigus L. C. 13 Maverick so. E. B. 
Brooks S. G., Dudley, opp. P. O. 
Byron Daniel. 140 Broad 
Chamberlain Bros. 233 Hanover 
Christen Louis, 19 West 
CROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, 

Washington (see pa^e 66 7) 
Currier, Trott. & Co. 148 W r ash. 
Dearing & Cole. 280 Hanover 
Elson Julius, 167 Tremont 
Evans G- Fi 40 Faneuil Hall square 
Fav G. H. 99 Court, room 116 



! Raymond F. C. 4 BrorafieTd 
I Reed Geo. P. 3 t School 
I Eiecke Henry, 13 Court square 
i Rowe Benjamin F. 26)o Salem 
i Ryder Geo. W. 29 Leveret t 
I Severance W. H. & J. H. 721 Wash. 
j Sherman C. J. F. 220 Hanover 
! Shipley Samuel, 297 Hanover 
I Sisson A. H., Kingston, c. Beach 
| Smith H. W. 29 Washington 
| Smith S. G. 29 Exchange 
i Smith W. A. 16 Brattle square 
! Smith & Eddy, 129 Hanover 
| Spear H. T. & Son, 156 Wash. 
j Stone Win. 5 Winthrop block, E. B. 
! Stove-ell Francis, 335 Hanover 
240 : Strouss Samuel, 749 Washington 
| Tarbell E. 173 Broadway 
i Tolland John, 725 Federal 
! Trefry David. 1615 Wash. 
| Weatherbec S. 11. 2 City Hall ave 
| Wehrle W. 21 Eliot 
Weston W. M. 11 Brattle square 



FORD II. O. ^c CO. 84 Tremont i Whiftimore Louis D. 1169 Wash. 



(see back colored page) 
Foster S. B. 35 Sudbury 
Gardner Joseph, 129 Washington 
Gerrish Thomas D. 170 Hanover 
Greene Henry B. 13 Salem 
Grueby G. IL 21 School 
Hambiln J. B. 683 Washington 
Haze n George W. 142 Washington 
Heilbron A. 1582 Wash. 
Hills Richard & Bro. 270 Wash. 
Horn E. B. 32 Hanover 
Howard E. 6c Co. 114 Tremont 
Howe Geo. L. 2 Winter 
Hull Luther C. 3 Meridian, E. B. 
Hutchinson G. O. 21 Central sq. KB 
Ireland Thomas, 22 Salem 
Jackson Edward, 731 Wash- 
♦Jenkins (Kiuore, 156 Wash. 
Jepson William, 8 Court square 
Johnson T. S. 91 Washington 
Kelly J. 17 Brartle sq. 
Kendo F. 146 Washington 
Kendall James, 29 Merchants row 
Kerr William, 3 School 
Kettcll J. V. 158 Washington 
Malm Frederic, 3 School 
MARGOT BROTHERS, 23 Water! 
Meserwy B. F. 2 City Hall avenue ! 
MONTAIRE JOHN & CO. 48 Win- i WHITING LEWIS F., Kemble, 

ter Boston Lead Works (see p. 810) 

-Mull in Wm. 32 Winter 

Needy H. 599 Washington Water for Shipping. 

Newiiall Jonathan, 719 Federal I Knowles P. F.. Lewis wharf (so. side] 

Noreross A. O 64 Green i Knowles P. 2 Union wharf 



Willard S. & Son, 9 Congress 
Winn P. R. 159>^ Hanover 

Watch Makers' Tools and Ma- 
terials. 

Harwood Brothers, 26 Bromfield 
Myers S. & J. 90 Washington 
Palmer & Bachelders, 162 Wash. 
j Smith II. W. 29 Washington 

Watch Manufacturers. 
j American Watch Co., Robbins, Ap- 

pleton. & Co. 158 Washington 
i HOWARD WATCH & CLOCK 

CO. 114 Tremont 
{ Tremont Watch Co. 12 West (factor; 

at Melrose) 
| Watchman's Clock Manuf. 
j Edmauds & Hamblet, 40 Hanover 
i HOWARD WATCH & CLOCK 
i CO. 114 Tremont 



j Watchman's Time Detector. 
BUERK J. E. 47 Congress (se« 
page 821) 

Water and Gas Mains. 



GARDNER Ci-in.SO.\, Manufacturer and Dealer in FCKffACE 
RANGES, STOVES, <fcc, 9<J and 101 Blackslone St., Boston. 



WATER GAUGES — WHEELS. 



Water Gauges. 

{See Bteam and Waitr Gauges.) 

Water-Wheels. 
American Water "Wheel Co., A. JVar 
31 Exchange and 387 



ll'sley Wm. K., Boston wharf 
ILSLEY & SHEPAUD, India opp. 

I Custom House street (see p. 704) 
Johnson Marshall, 98 Commercial 



rvn, agent, 



Kidder D. T., Grand Junction wharf 



Federal „__..__ „ „ . I Lane Samuel, head Union wharf 

HOLMES ( &BLAN CHARD, 9 & 11 Livermore S. B. 129 Commercial 

Haverhill (see page 81b) Means R. F. 6 Custom House street 

MeLauthhn Geo. T. & Co. 120 I ulton f<rauirer> 
rURBINE WATER WHEEL CO. O'Mallfyil. 11 Central wharf 

School, Parsons John S. & Co. 2S Co.nl. whf. 
| Peirson A. L. 5 Lewis wharf 
I Sivret frames W. 8 Central wharf 



room 9 (see page 822) 

Wax Flowers. 



Goodale E. L, Miss, 28 Temple pi. 
Sherman A. A. Mis. 28 Winter 
SPRINGER L. R. 3.31 Washington 

(see pa'je 662) 
Worcester E. Miss, 1445 Wash. 

Weather Strips. 
Bradstreet J. Rea & Co. 57 Wash. 
Pradstreet John & Co. 89 Court 
HARMON & CO. 29 Wash. 
Lovering & Weeks, 266 Commercial 
Mavo II. L. & Co. 49 Tremont (me- 
tallic) 
Pearson W. H. J. 13 School 
RAYMOND F. O. & CO. 18 Han- 
over (see page 807) 

Weather Vane Manufacturers. 
HAKRIS J. k SON, 76 Kingston 

(see page 813) 
Winn John A. & Co. 23 Exchange 



i Smith E. W. 30 Central wharf 
Wells. (Artesian.) 



15. 



sq. 



Weighers and Gaugers. 
Allen Jos. city scales, Haymarket 
Bradbury William, 231 State 
Bryant & Reeve, Rowe's wharf 
Burrill James P. opp. 51 India 
Calder Wm. opp. 51 India 
Calef James A. 22 Lewis wharf 
Cnaine Wm. 13 Central wharf 
Ghesley P. (U. S. gauger) India, opp. 

Custom House street 
Child T. II. 33 Commercial wharf 
Cleaves Nat If 1 & Son, 3 Central whf. 
Crooks George, 13 Central wharf 
Crowell N. jr. & Co. 30 Commercial 

wharf 
Davis F. C. 30 Central wharf 
I>avis R. L. 11 Central wharf 
Eaton David S. 310 Commercial 
Klh-ry William & Son. 8 India whf. 
Ellis Rowland, 32 Central wharf 
Fuller Chas. A., Nat., D. & W. whf. 
Goddard W. C. 45 India (gauger) 
Could Uenj. T. 28 India 
Hall Alfred A. €6 Church 
Hail Joseph P. 5 Lewis wharf 
Wall Wm. A. opposite 33 India 
"sley Geo., India, opp. Custom House 

Street 



Pierce Gilbert E. 420 Sumner, 1 

Whalebone Dealer. 
Smith Ileman, 19 and 21 Fulton 

Whalebone Workers. 
Adams Joseph M. 12 Hawley 
Andrews John K. & Co. 32 F. II. sq. 
Perry S. J. & Co. 17 Battery-march 
Saunders B. D. &. Co. 96 Summer 
Sevey J. A. 3 Bussey place 

Wharfingers. 
Blaney James M. 28 Central wharf 
Brooks H. C. 67 Commercial wharf 
Brown Gardner C. end India wharf 
Burwell A. B., Harris wharf 
Churchill William O. 224 State 
Coffin A. H., Grand Junction wharf 
Colburu Francis, Union wharf 
Crocker J. W., Battery wharf 
Crowell J. D., Mercantile wharf 
Curtis Frederick, Curtis wharf 
Curtis Henry, 22 T wharf 
Davis Oilman, City wharf 
Davison K. E. 39 Lewis wharf 
Dearborn Wm. G., IngersolPs wharf 
J Drury Otis, Gray's wharf 
| Frost E. R., Russia wharf 
! Haseltine Wm. B., Foster's wdiarf 
I Holmes Henry T., Comey's wharf 
| Homer H., Atlantic Steamship wharf 
j Loring Bailey, 70 Long wharf 
JMaiey Willard, Boston wharf 
IMcKie James C. 15 Rowe's wharf 
Nichols J. C, Fiske's and Clapp's 

wharves 
Nichols Win. II. , Bartlett's wharf 
j Prouty G. 29 India 
Smith Joseph, National Dock and 

Warehouse Co. 
j Thornton Geo-, Grand Junction whf. 
I Wade W. F. jr. Wales wharf 
Wilder James S., Constitution wharf 

Wheels. 
i Bond Thomas. 92 Utica [Wash. 

Holland Steamboat Wheel Co. 29 
Peabody B. I. 72 Kilby 



Massachusetts mutual lifi: iivs. co. of Springfield* Mass. i*o«- 

tonoOiee, 173 Washington Street; JOHN BUMSTJEAO, General Ai?tnt. 



586 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Wheelwrights. 
Bissett John, Chelsea, c. Bennington 
Briggs Elbridge G. 19 Cove 
Blood A. 51 Eliot 
Blood & Jiidkins, 149 Beaeb 
Briggs Elbridge G. 10 Cove 
Can oil Wrn. 21 Lancaster 
Chamberlain S. E. 141 Beach 
Chamberlin H. B. 39 Eustis 
Conniff Timothy, 114 Hampden 
Croft James T. 97 Beverly 
Dalv P. 623 Harrison ave. 
DALY & ROWELL, 183 Portland 
Dodd Geo. II. 64 Medford 
Donoughay J. 49 Beverly 
Dowlimr & Kieltv, UL Travers 
GILCHRIST VVILLIAM, Border, 
near Central square (see page 807) 
Hall Leonard, 58 Cove 
Kelley J. K. 80 Hampden 
Jaquith & Buss. 113 Dover 
Laliy cc Lenahan, 1 1 I irst [ave. 

McBaron Bros. & Lucas, 643 liarr. 
McCarthy P. 113 Albany 
McGowari Geo. B. 190 Second 
Meara Michael, 249 Causeway 
Milev Thomas, 505 Second 
Norris I. B. 2(y Beverly 
O'Brien William, 2-3 Stillman 
Palmer John A. 19 Lancaster 
Pierre & Co. 2G Vernon 
ROWDLL W. A. 183 Portland 



Windlasses. 
WILSON J. W. fe CO. 79 and 81 

Haverhill (see page 6-S0) 

Window Frames. 
BOSTON PLANING & MOULD- 
ING MILL, John A. Robertson, 

prop. 393 Federal (see prve 695) 
Woodsum & Co. 563 Wash.° 

Window Pulleys. 
American Glass Window Pulley Co. 
56 Congress 

Window Screens. (Patent.) 
COOLIDGE GEO. 3 Milk 
HARMON & CO. 29 Washington 

Window Shades and Curtain 

Fixtures. 
Bradford C R. & Co. 103 Hanover 
Bruce Charles II. 606 Wash. 
Cartwright G. B. 324 Wash. 
Chi Ids, Crosby, & Lane, .1 16 Tremont 
Cunningham G. II. & Co. 141 Wash. 
Davenport A. M. & Co. 28 Cornhili 
Eldridye J. F. & Co. 31 School 
Ellis W. B. & Co 23 Ihomfield 
Flint Brothers, oC> Court 
FreigangF. C. 379 "Wash. 
Hixon Edward & Co. 172 Wash. 
j Homer Wm. P. (manuf.). 50 Federal 
Humphreys J. & Co. 24 Bromfield 



Shaffer & O'Connor, 99 Orleans, E. B. pHuse Warren G & Co. 7 Guild row 

Learnard & Han ley, 139 Hanover 
Marden Geo. H. (manuf.), over city 

scales, Havmarkct square 
PARSONS & TORREY, 460 & 464 

Wash, (see page 693) 
Pear Edward W. & Co. 387 W^ash. 
Pease Charles F. 241 Wash. 
Souther, Flint, & Co. 44 Union 
Turner H. A. & Co. 31 West 
VAUGHN J. J. 323 Washington (see 

page 681) 
WARE GEO. W. & CO. 12 Corn- 
hill (see pa<ze 679) 
Wild John P. 419 Wash. 
Young C. B. 57 Milk 



Simpson F., Highland, near Centre 
Stone Wm. P. 17D First 
Walsh P. 35 Warren 
Welch Patrick, 83 Hampden 

White Lead and Zinc Manuf. 

BOSTON LEAD CO., J. II. Chad- 
wick & Co. agents, 49. Broad (see 
page 696) 

HOWE & FRENCH, 69 Blackstone 
(see page 674) 

Whiting and Paris White 

Manufacturers. 

IIASSE & PRATT, Maverick, near 

Orleans (see page 66 7) 
STICKXEY J. W. ct CO. 64 Broad 

(see page 680) 

Wholesale Butchers. [Hoys.) 
NORTH, MERIAM, & CO. 27 & 29 
F. H. Market, (see page 699) 

Wig Maker. 
IIERCHEXRODEK FREDERIC, 
52 and 54 Temple place (see page 
809) 

Willow Workers. 
PARTHELMFLLEll F. 4 Lowell 

place (see page 669) 
Porter James, 13 Marshall 
Wrighton James, 77 Haverhill 



Wines. 

{See also Liquors and Wines.} 

Brooks Henrx C. & Co. 4 Lewis whf. 

BROWN & HAYES, 97 Broad (see 

pa^e 824) 
CARON A. ROYER, 11 City Hall 

ave. (see pa ire 703) 
CARRUTII I). J. 61 Blackstone (see 

T>a<_re 677) 
DUNBAR T. J. & CO. 70 Broad (see 

page 681) 

GIBSON JOHN'S SON & CO. v: 

Broad (see paire ^24) 
HOUGHTON, BRINK, & CO. 10<> 

and 102 Broad 



«ARU.\Kll CHIX.SON, iMUtitufactux-er and Dealt r in Fl KNACKS', 
ItAXGEsj, STOVES, <fcc, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 



wrsr.s — woolen yarns. 



587 



LAUTEN A. F. 22 Custom House 

st. (wholesale, see page 67 7) 
LANERGAN J. W. 17 School 
PECK A. M. 58 Broad (wholesale) 
PERKINS & SANDERSON, 96 and 

98 Broad (wholesale) 
Seehe Leonce, 1 Avon place 

Wire Dealers. 

Brooks H. W. 226 Friend and 68 
Federal 

Holmes, Booth, & Haydens, 17 Fed- 
eral (brass and iron) 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad, corner State 
(see inside back cover) 

Wire Manufacturers. 

Holmes, Booth, & Haydens, 17 Fed- 
eral (brass and iron) 

Shawmut Wire Works. New, E. B., 
Farrar, Follet, &. Co. proprietors, 
73 and 7.i Blackstone 

Washburn II. 11. (bonnet and brace) 
New, E. 15. 

Wire Workers. 

Greenleaf G. & Co. 116 Union 
Hildreth II. A. & Co. 6 7 Blackstone 
JMorss & Whyte, 75 Cornhill 
Pemberton Thomas E. 77 Canton 

Wood Engraver. 
HEDGE FRANKLIN, 15 Congress 
■ (see page 828) 

Wood Hangings. 
New England Wood Hanging Co. 4 3 
Summer 

Wood Working Machinery. 
WOODS S. A. & CO. 6 7 Sudbury 
(see page 672) 

Wooden & Willow Ware, &e. 
Bay & Granite State Manuf. Co., G. 
M. Fowie & Co. agents, 48 Central 
wharf [square 

Bridgman <k Peabody, 8 Faneuil Hall 
Garter & Haskell, 20 Blackstone 
Cate & Nickerson, 150 Summer 
Cummings D. & Co. 41 South Market 
Dexter R. & S. G. 19 Broad 
Eaton, Jones, & Co. 6 Holmes block, 

Havmarket square 
Eaton, Wellington. & Co. 117 Milk 
Hollis C. & G. 20 Custom House St. 
Howe Oscar F. 31 South Market 
Eappen O. <S: Co. 26 Dock square 
Lincoln & Hopkinson, 16 F. H. sq. 
Murdock E. jr. 42 South Market 
Murdock E. e\: Co. 27 South Market 
Priest & Marden, 2 7 South Market 
Read J. M. 95 North (pails) 
Smith E. P. & C. E. 120 Milk 
Warner R. & Co. 38 Commercial 
Wotton C. W. & Co. 92 and 94 BrOad 



Wool Dealers. 

I Bailey, J. uk ins, ^ Garrison, 164 Cong. 
j Bingham 0. A. & Co. 16 Federal 
I Bond G. Wm. & Co. 132 Federal 
(brokers) 
Chamberlin Bros. & Co. 117 Federal 
Cordiugley W. S. & F. 409 Broad 
Denny, Rice, & Co. 49 Franklin 
Fenno, Abbott, & Co. 19 Citv whf. 
FlaggJ. F. & Co. 107 Milk ' 
Fowle J. A. & Co. 67 Federal 
Hall J. W. 6 7 Federal (brokers) 
j Hall, Williams, 6c Co. 6 Channing 

(brokers) 
Hallowell & Coburn, 98 Federal 
Ilapgood C. E. & Co. 2 7 Commercial 
Harding, Gray, \- Dewey, 174 Cong. 
Hilton William & Co. 7 Channing 
Jones I. H. jr. & Co. 144 Congress 
Knapp Bros. 67 Federal 
Lane Chas. & Co. 115 Federal 
Manning, Howland, & Luce, Federal, 
cor. Matthews [giess 

McGRAW THOS. & CO. 136 Con- 
Mclnnes John, 145 and 147 Congress 
Moore G. F. & Co. 5 Channing (bro- 
kers) 
Morse, Denny, & Co. 130 Congress 
Nichols, Parker, & Dupee, 103 Fede- 
ral (com.) 
Priest Chas. C. & Co. 152 Congress 
Richardson & Jackson, 72 State (bro- 
kers) 
Ryley Geo. W. & Co. 102 Federal 
Sanborn, Pratt, &: Co. ' 6 Channing 

(brokers) 
Sparhawk D. H. 87-Milk 
Staniibrd D. 16 7 Congress (broker) 
Tbwnsend T. B. & Son, 83 Kilby 
Tyler Thos. H. (broker), 146 Congr's 
Vila James & Co. 51 Federal and 110 
Devonshire (brokers) [erai 

Wright, Goodwin, & Capen, 115 Fed- 

Woolen Goods Manufs. 

I Bradlee J. P. 136 Congress 

! Marland Maimf. Co., N. Frye, agent, 

! 136 Congress 



Woolen Waste & Rags. 

I Cordingley W. S. & F. 409 Broad 

| Geary E. 231 Broad 

! Greaves John & Co. 159 Fulton 

I Newsome Wm. 397 Broad 

| Sparhawk D. H. 87 Milk 



Woolen Flock. 



Willev 



Woolen Yarns. 

ALLEN EZRA & SON, 295 Wash. 

(>ee page 696) 



HVAM, C&8LE.T03J, «fc CO., Manufacturers of the Celebrated BYAM 
FRICTION MATCH, 92 to 10*i Fi lend Street, Boston. 



588 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Worsted Goods. 
Cbampney Bros. & Co. 134 Devon. 
GR1SWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 and 

166 Devonshire 
Ilodgkins & Barnard, 41 Summer 

Worsteds and Patterns. 
AMen N: Bigelow, 56 Temple place 
ALLEN EZRA & SOX, 235 Wash. 

(see pacre 696) 
Cobb F. VV. 20 Winter 
Cobb O. 95 Leverett 
Connor & Hart, 285 Wa?h. 
Downey M. E. 591 Wash. 
G'.eason E. & M. 3&3 Wash. 
Lovett Geo. W. & Co. 8 & 10 Wiatei 
Murdock E. A. 389 Washington 



| Peyser M. M. & Co. 45 Winter 

I Stearns R. H. & Co. 27 & 29 Summer 

1 Whitney N*. D. & Co. 12#Tremont 

i Yarns, Braids and Wickings. 

BROWN & SHERMAN, no Milk 
i (see page 80;)) [Summer 

| Hadley Co., A. T. Lyman, tre,.s., 79 

Yeast Powder Manufacturers. 
| Fowler E. B., Kemble, c. Reed 
! Preston & Merrill, 5 7 Purchase 
! SLADE D. & L. 21 India (see p. 718) 

Zephyr Yarns. 

; LOWELL FELTING MILLS, Geo. 
'■ D. Putnam k Co. 51 Water (see 
I page 837) 






RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 



Androscoggin Railroad. Inc. 384^. Farming- 
ton via Lewiston, Me., to Brunswick, Me. Presi- 
dent, Oliver Moses, Bath, Me.; Superintendent, 
Arthur Brown, Fanning ton, Me.; Treasurer, J. A. 
Linscott, Farmington, Me. ; Clerk, J. 11. Kimball, 
Bath. 



Aahnelet. Keene, N. H., to South Vernon, 

Sunt., It. Stewart, Keene, N. H. 



Vt. 



Atlantic &- St. Lawrence. Inc. 1845. Portland, 
Me., to Island Pond, Vt. Leased to Grand Trunk 
Railway Co. of Canada. Pres. >A. John Smith, 
Portland, Me.; Treas. Charles E. Barrett, Portland, 
Me.; Clerk, Franklin K. Barrett, Portland, Me. 

Bangor, Oldtown, fand Milford. Inc. 1833. 
Bangor to Mil ford. /'re*. .John W. Veazie, Ban 
g«»r; Genl. Agent; Joseph Taney; Tresis. Alfred 
Veazie: Clerk, Joseph Tauey. 

iBcnniu-rton <fc Rutland. Pres. T. W. Park, 
I North Bennington, Vt. ; Supt. F. C. White, Ben- 
nington, Vt.; Treas. C. G. Lincoln, North Benning- 
ton; Clerk, G. \V. Harmon, Bennington. 

Boston, Clinton. 6z- Fitclibur$r. Boston to 

Fitchburg. Pres. L. Nichols, Boston,; Supt. H. A. 
Blood, Fitchburg; Treas. Ii. F. Coggesliall, Fitch- 
burg. 

taaton, Concord, Montreal, &> Wliitr- Itlonn- 

tains (N. II.) 11ail!u>.V!>s. Inc. 1-44. Concord, N. ! 
H„, to Littleton, N. H Pre.'*. John E. Lyon, Bos- 
U>a,Mass.; Supt. J. A. Dodge, Plymouth, N. H.; 
Tineas. Edward D. Harlow, Boston, Mass. ; Clerk, 
Charles Lane, Lacouia, N. II. 

»ston, Hartford. & Kr'e. Station, foot of 
summer st. Boston. Boston to Southbridtre. Gen. 

Snpt. William XL Parker. ( Womisocket Divisumj; 

Boston to Woonsocket, lYom Boston .t Albany It.. 

K. Station, Boston. Pre*. J. o. Eldridge; Treas. 

Samuel Hall, jr., Boston. 

ton &, Albany. Inc. ISfiS. Pres. C, W. 
apin, Springlield; Vice- Pres. D. W . Lincoln, 
Worcester: Treas. C. E S re vens, Boston ; Supt. C. 
!>. KuKseli, SpnugUeld; Axst. Supts. A. Firtn, Bos- 
B"»i, J. B. Chapiu, Albany; Clerk, James A. Hum- 
|rdl, Springfield. 

itou «x> Lowell, and \n.duiA <fc Lowell. 
■ c 1 "'•'>. Pits. F. B. Crovvinshield, Boston ; Supt. 
eorge Stark, Boston d. Nashua; Treas. J. Tiiomas 
ev.;u»ou, Boston; Cerlk, T. P. Tenney, Boston. 



Boston <fc Maine. Inc. 1S33. Boston, Miss., to 
Portland, Me. Pres. Francis Cogswell; Boston; 
Supt. Wm. Merritt, Boston ; Treas. Amos Blanch- 
ard, jr., Boston; Clerk, James C. Merrill, Boston. 
(See page 592) 

Boston & Providence. Inc. 1831. Pres. John 
II. Clifford: Supt., A. A. Folsoin; Treas. B. B. Tor- 
rey; Clerk, Winslow Warren, jr., (See page 591) 

Canal Railroad. New Haven to Granby, Conn. 
Leased and operated by the N. Y. & N. H, E. It. Co. 
Gen. Agent, P. Dennis. 

Cape Cod, Inc. 1846. Middleborough to Orleans' 
Pres. Richard Borden, Fall tliver ; Supt, E.N. Win- 
slow, Hyannis; Treas. E. N. Winslow, Hyanuis; 
Clerk, George Marston, Barnstable. 

CJiesnire. Inc. 1844. Bellows Falls, Vt., to Fitch- 
burg, Mass. Pres. E. Murdock, jr., Winehendon, 
Mass.; Treas., F.W. Everett, Boston ; Clerk, J. 
Henry Elliott, Keene, N. H.; Supt. K. Stewart, 
Keene, N. H. 

Concord. Inc. 1S35. Concord, N. H. to Nashua, 
N. H. Pres. Josiah Minot. Concord: Svpt, Jame* 

It. Kendrick, Concord, N'.H. ; Treas, Nathan I'.u • r- 
Manchester, N. 1L; Clerk, Samuel N.Bell, Man- 
chester, N\ 11. 



Concord <fc Portsmouth. Inc. 1849. Concord, 
N. H. to Portsmouth, N. 11., via Manchester, N. " 

, Pres.- Stephen Kendrick, Franklin, N. H.J *"',' 
James U. Kendrick, Concord, N. II. ; Treas, MuoUj 
Currier, Manchester, N. 11.; Clerk, William 11. 
Hackett, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Connecticut River Railroad. Springfield. 

Mass., to South Vernon, Vt. Pres. Hanoi L. I ■• 
ris, Springfield; Supt. William B. tfrinsmaU*. 
Springfield; Treas* Seth Hunt, Northampton. 
Cleric, Setb Hunt, Northampton. 



Connecticut & 
ROAD. Inc. 1*35. 
Derby (Canada I. 
bury, Vt.; Supt. 
Treas. N. P. Lo 



Passumpslc Ri^r *5**J- 
White River Junction to Norm 
ne). Pres. Henry Kcyes, 
A. H. Perry, LyndouvUle, »£■ 

erintr. BostOU, Mass.; Clerk, t- 



Cleveland, Coventry, Vt. 

lianlmry <fc STorwalk:. Inc. 1849. »*» ] ?JJ., 
Conn., to South Norwaik, Conn. / re*., ■• 
Lockwood, Norwaik, Conn.; Sfu/iL, John NV . » 
Danbury, Conn.; Treas. und Clerk, Harvej 

liams, Danbury, Conn. 



RAILROADS. 



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)arr r & Winnlpl*sincr«*e. Dover, X. H., to AN j 
Eui B»>'i N". "• Pres.. Francis CoggewelJ, Boston, i 
M.i--'.; £"/»'• William Merritt, Boston, 3Ia->-<.;| 
''Teas. A. Blanchard, jr., Boston, Mass.; Clerk, j 
James Merrill, Boston, Mass. 

Bfttern. Boston to Portland, Me. Pres. George I 
31. Browne, Boston; Supt .Jeremiah Prewrtt, Bos- > 
Ion ; Treat, and Clerk, John B. Barker, Salem. 

&chtmr5. Inc. 1S42. Boston, Mass., to Fitch- 
bur^, Mass , with brunches from South Acton to i 
Krlboro'; Groton, Mass., to MasonvHIe, X. H.; \ 
ami Boston to Walthani, Mass., via Water town. | 
Vires. W. 1?. Stearns. Boston; Supt. Charles L. 
Haywood, Boston; 7Veas.iI.JD. Benson, Boston, 
Clerk, A. Chapman, Boston. 

Fltchburi? & Worcester Railroad. Ster- 
ling Junction to Fitchburg - , Mass. Pres. Nathaniel 
Hood, Fitchburg; Supt. H. A. Blood, Fitchburg; 
Treat. II. F. Coggshull, Fitchburg. 

irami Trunk. Portland &, Montreal Raii- 

r.oAD. Supt. Henry Bailey, Portland, 

Hanover Branch. Inc. 1S6S. N. Abington to 
Hanover. Pres. and Supt. E. Y. Perry ; Treas. 
Jenkins Lane; Clerk, Calvin T. Phillips. 

Jartford, Providence, &. Fislikill .operated by 
trustees). Inc. L>47. Providence, ILL, to Water- 
bury, Conn. Presidents, Calvin Day, of the Com- 
pauy; G. 31. Bartholomew, of the Trustees. Supt. 
Samuel Nott, Hartford, Conn. ; Treas. and Clerk, 
J. M. Beldon, Hartford, Conn. 

Housatonic. Inc. 1S37. Bridgeport, Conn:, to 
FitWield, Mass., with branch from Van Deuseuville, 
Mass., to State Line. Pres. J. Z. Goodrich; Supt. 
A. L. Hopkins; Treas., C. K. Averil; Clerk, C, VV". 
Stroug. 

Hudson &, Boston Railroad. Hudson, N.Y., to I 
Chatham Four Corners, N.Y. Pres. George H 
Power, Hudson, N.Y. ; Supt. C. O. Russell, Spriug- 
tieid, 3Iass. ; Treat Charles F. .Stevens, Boston; 
Ckrk, C. S. Champlin. 

Lexington &- Arlington. Lexington to Fitch- 
burg Bailroad, at Brick Yard, Cambridge. Pres. 
end Supt. K. 1). Bliun, Lexmjrton; Treas. and 
Clerk, George O. Davis, Lexington. 

Lowell &. Lawrence. Inc. 1840. Lowell, Mass., 
to Lav, rence, Mass. Pres. Sidney Spalding, Lowell, 
Mass.; Local Supt. F. H. Nourse, Lowell, Mass.; 
Treas. F. H. Nourse ; Clerk, F. H. bourse. 

Maine Central. Portland, Me., to Bangor, Me. 
Pres. JJ., B. Dunn, Waterville, Me.; Supt. Edwin 
Noyes, Waterville, Me.; Treas. Joshua N ye, Water- 
vdle, Me. 

Manchester «fc Unwrencc. Inc. 1S47. Manches- 
ter, N.H., to Lawrence, Mass. Pres. Asa Fowler, 
Concord. N.H.; Supt. James R.Kendricb, Concord, 
N.H.: Treas. E. W. Harrington, Manchester, N.H. 
Ckrk, Wm. C. Clarke, .Mancliester, N.H. 

Xorwich <fc Worcester. Worcester, Ma?*., to 

Manchester 6c North Wearc, Tnc. . Man- Norwich, Conn. Pres. A. F. Smith, Norwich 

Chester, N.H., to North W eare, N.H. Pres. Josiah j gupt. P. St. M. Andrews, Norwich ; Treas. George 
Mmot, Concord, N.H.; Supt. James R. Kendnek, j,. Berkins, Norwich ; Clerk. Edw. T. Ciapp, Nor- 
Concord. N.H. ; Treas. Nathan Parker, Manchester, w j cn 
N.iL; Clerk, Geo. it. Fowler, Coueord, Nil. j 



Mldillebnroii^h <t Taunton, Inc. l<4s. faun 
ton to Mi&dleborou-h. Pre*. J. B. Tobey, Ware- 
ham, Mass.; Supt. a. K. Swaaey, I'aunton, Muni.; 
Treas. and CI' rk, E. Pickering, Boston. 

Naugattoclc. Bridgeport, Conn.,toWrn»ted, Conn. 
Pres. K. Tomllnson. Bridgeport; Supt. Geo. W. 
Beach. Bridgeport; Trans. Horace Nichols; Clerk 
J.Nichols. 

New Bedford <fc Taunton. Inc. 1838. New Bed- 
ford to Taunton. Pres. .Joseph Grinned; >.u],t. 
Warren Ladd; Treas. Lawrence Grinncll. 

Xewbnryport. Wakefield Junction to Newburv- 
port and Haverhill, Mass. Pres. Francis Cogs- 
well, Boston; Supt. Wm. M'rrirt, Boston; Trea.-. 
A. Blanchard, jr., Boston; Clerkj James Merrill 
Boston. 

New Haven. Hartford, <fc Spriiijjticld. Inc. 
Hartford to New Haven, 1835; Hartford to Swing 
field, 1K39. New Haven, Conn., to Sprin ield! 
Mass. Pres. W. P. Bun-ail. Hartford, Conn. ; .- apt. 
E. M. Heed, Hartford, Conn.; Treas. Charles M. 
Pond, Hartford, Conn.; Sec. S. P. Conner, Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Sew Haven <fc Northampton. Inc. 1846. New- 
Haven, Conn., to Williamsburg, Mass., with 
branches from Farmington to Collinsville, and 
Salisbury to Tariffville. Pres. Joseph E. Sheffield, 
New Haven, Conn. ; Vice-Pres. and Supt. Charles 
N. Yearaans, Westtield, Mass., Treas. S. D. Pardee, 
New Haven, Conn.; Clerk, Edward A. Ray, New 
Haven, Conn. 

New London Northern. Inc. 1859. New Lon- 
don Conn., to Grout's Corner, Mas,. Pres. A. N. 
Ram^dell, New London, Conn.; Supt. George W . 
Bentley, Sev,- London, Conn.; Treas. Robert Coit, 
jr., New London, Conn.; Clerk, Wni. Y. Peck, New- 
London. 



New York, Providence, <fc Boston. Inc. 1S3S- 

Providence, K.I., to New London, Conn. Pre.*. 
Samuel D. Babeock, New York city; Supt. A. S. 
Matthews. Stoningtou, Conn.; Treas. lienrv Mor- 
gan, ,°>9 William St., New York city; Clerk,' I. P. 
Donaldson, New York city. 

New York <fc Boston Express Line. Composed 
of Boston & Albany; New Haven, Hartford, 6c 
Springfield; and New York &i New Haven Kail- 
roads. 



New York &- New Haven. Inc. 1844. New York 
to New Haven. Pres. W. D. Bishop, Bridgeport, 

Conn.: Supt. James H. Hovt, New York citv ; 
Treas. John T, Shelton, New York; Clerk, E. C- 
Robinson, New York city. 

Norfolk County. See Boston, Hartford, & Erie. 

Northern Railroad. Inc. 1^14. Concord. N.H. 
to White River Junction, Vt. Pres. Onslow Stearns, 
Concord. N.H. Supt. George E. Todd, Concord, 
N.H.; Treas. George A. Kettell, Boston. Mass.; 
Clerk, William L. Foster, Concord, N.H. 



Marginal Freight Hallway Co. Inc. 1867. 
Boston. Pres. Thomas Russell: Vice-Pres. VA- 
*»rd Crane; Treas. W. B. Brown; Clerk, Edward 
Hamilton. 

Merrimack & Connecticut River. Iuc. ISIS. 
Concord, N.H. to Bradford N.H. Prtts. A. Colbv, 
New London, N.H. : Supt. Geo. K. Todd, Concord, 
«»H. ; Ireas. Geo. A. Kettell, Boston, Mass. : Ckrk, 
'-has. p. Sauborn, Concord, N.H. 



Ojrdenstaurj; &. Lake Champlain Bailroad 
Inc. 1S0L Ogdensburg to House's I'oint, N.Y 
Pres. John ('. Pratt, Roston, Mass.: Supt. i>e \S"i:r 
C. Brown, Ogden>burg, N.Y.: Asst. Supt. Abraham 
Klohr, Malone, N.Y.J Treas. Henry A. Church, 
Boston, Mass. 

GId Colony Sc Newport. iuc. 1^)3. Boston, 

Muss., to Newport K.J. Pres. Onslow Mtarr.s, 
Boston; Supt. W. H. (hillock. Boston; Tras. J. M. 
Washburn, Boston ; Clerk. Geo. A. Kettell, Boston. 



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Ittaflehl <fc North Adams. Agent, William Bur- 
ton, .North Adams. 

artland, Knco, <fc Portsmouth. Tnc. 1K',7. 
I'ortutu!, Me., to Portsmouth, N.H., and by Boston 
fcilaiue & Eastern to Boston, Mu..,-. Pres. Icha- 
bod doodvviii, Portsmouth, X.H.; Supt, Francis 
Dhase. Portland, Me..; Treas. Fliphalet Xott, Port- 
land, Me.; Clerk, Charlea E. Barrett, Portland, Me. 

artland «fc Kennebec. Incorporated 1862. 
1'imkind to Skowhegan, with branch to Bath. 
pres. R. D. Rice, Augusta; Supt. Walter Hatch, 
Augusta; Treas. J. S. Gushing, Augusta; Genl. 
Ticket Agent, J. W. Clapp, Augusta. 

ortlnnd <fc Rochester. Pres. X. L Woo rl " 
burv, Portland, .Me.; Supt. X. L. Woodbury; Tfea s - 
and Clerk, Lewis Pierce, Portland, He. 

ortsmouth, Great Falls. <fc Conway. 
Portsmouth, crossing to Union, X. H. Pres. G. M. 
Browne ; Supt. A. A. Perkins ; Treas. John B. Par- 
leer; Clerk, VY\ H. Haekett. 

rovidence, Warren, »fc Bristol. Inc. 1850. 
Providence, R.I. , to Bristol. R. I. Pres. C T. Child, 
Providence, R. I.; Superintendent, Treasurer, and 
Clerk, L. M. E. Stone, Providence, It. I. 

rovidence As Worcester. Inc. 1844. Provi- 
dence to Worcester. Pres. Earl P. Mason. Provi- 
dence, It. I.; Supt. William I"). Hilton, Providence, 
R. I.; Treas. and Clerk, John R. Balch, Provi- 
dence, It. I. 

.eusselaer &• Saratoga. Inc. 183k From Al- 
bany, Troy, Schenectady, to Rutland; and from 
Eagle Bridge to Rutland. Pres. George H.Cramer, 
Troy, X. Y. ; Supt. Isaac V. Baker, Troy, X. Y. 
Treas. H. C. Lockwood, Troy, X. Y. 

Lockville Railroad. Inc. 1S52. Rockville to 
Vernon. Pres.. I. I. Robinson, Rockville-; Supt. 
A. H. Putnam. Rockville; Treas. A. Park Ham- 
mond, Rockville; Clerk, A. Park Hammond, iiock- 
vilie. 



lutlanri. Inc. 1S67. Burlington to Bellows Falls. 
Pres. John B. Page, Rutland; Sa])i. George A. Mer- 
rill, Rutland, Vt.; Treas. J. M. Haven. 



Jutland and Washington. Operated by 
Rensselaer and Saratoga It. R. Co. Pres. George 
if, Cramer, Trov, X. Y. ; Supt. I. V. Baker, Troy, 
X. Y. 



Salem &• Liowell. Manager, 
Supt. John B. Wiuslow, Bostou. 



Georg" StarW; 

Shore Line Uuilwrty. Inc. 1848; STew FTa 
Conn., to New LondoUi Conn. Pres. S. H. s 
ton, New Haven; Supt. 3. 11. Scran ton, New llav. 
en ; Sec. and Treas. Win. T. Bartlett, Xew Haven 
Clerk-, S. G. Johnson, Xew Haven. 

I South Shore. Inc. 1848. Boston to ('. ih . 
Mass, Pres. Onslow Stearns, Boston; Supt. Geo. 
Beal, Jr., Cohasset; Treas and Clerk, A. B. Church. 

j iil,.Cohasset. 

| Stanstead, Shetiord, «fc Chamhly. St. Johns, 

j Yt., to Waterloo, Canada; managed by Vermont 
! Central Railroad Co. Supt. A. Arnold, Waterloo. 

j Sullivan County. Inc. 1-47. (Leased.) Bel- 
j lows Falls, Vt., to Windsor, Yt. Supt. Giles M..r- 
j rill, St. Albans; Treas. Samuel Williams, St. AT 
j bans. 

Taunton Branch. Inc. 1835. Taunton to Mans- 
field, connecting with the Boston & Providence, R. 
I. Pres. Willard Lovering, Taunton. Mass.; S>j.pt, 
A, E. Swasey, Taunton, .Muss. ; Treas. ant Cler. : :, 
Edward Pickering, Boston, Mass. 

i 

[Troy <fc Boston, and Western Vermont. 
Inc. 1&43. Troy, X. Y. to North Adams. Ma.-«. 
Pres. D. Thomas Vail, Trov. X. Y. : Supt. Charles. 
W. Moselev, Trov, X. Y. ; 'Treas. I). Robinson. Troy , 

I X. Y. ; Clerk, J.' S. Weed, Troy, X. Y. 



J Vermont Central and Vermont «fc Canada. 
j Inc. 1848. Windsor, Vt., to Rouse's Point, X. Y.. 
; and Canada Line. Pres. J. Gregory Smith, St. Al- 
I bans, Vt. ; Supt.G. Merrill, St. Albans, Vt.; Treas. 
Samuel Williams, St. Albans, Vt. 

I Vermont Valley. Inc. 1848. Bellows Falls to 
Brattleborough. Pres. Hugh H. Henry. Chester, 
i Vt. ; Supt. George A. Merrill, Rutland, Vt. ; Treas. 
j J. H. Williams, Bellows Falls; Clerk, L. G. Mead, 
j Brattleboro', Vt. 

Vermont & Massachusetts Railroad. Inc. 
1S44. Fitchburg, .Mass., to Greenfield, Mass.. and 
B>at tie-borough, Vt. Pres. Daniel S. Richardson, 
Lowell, Mass.; Supt. Otis T. Ruggles, Fitchburg, 
Mass. Treas. Franklin X. Poor, Boston, M^i., 
Clerk, B.D. Locke, Bostou, Mass. 

Worcester <fc Nashua. Inc. 184S. Worcester, 

j Mass, to Xashua, X. H. Pres. F. H. Kiunieutt, 
Worcester; Supt. C. S. Turner, Worcester. Mas*. 
Trens. T. W.Hammond, Worcester, .Mass.; Gtnl. 

j Ticket agt. G. S. Wright, Worcester, Mass. 



DJREGTORY.-CAUTION. 



The public are cautioned against ever paying 
aoney in advance to any persons claiming to be 
onnected with, us or our publications, as our 
Agents never take any sum, however small, in 
dvance. 

8AMPSOW, BAVEIFOET, & CO.,' 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS, 
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RAILROADS. 



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BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAILROAD. 

Inc6rpor«ittMl, 1830. Opened for Travel, 1835. 

passenger and Freight Stations, on Pleasant Street, opposite Eliot Street, 

FOOT OF BOSTON COMMON. 



OFFICERS. 
President, JOHN H. CIiIF.FORD, [Office, Passenger StHtirm ]. 

Sup't A. A. FOLSOM, [Office, Passenger Station}. Treas'r B. B. TORREY, [Office, Passenger Station]. 

Clerk, W. WARREN, JR. 

DIUFCTOHS. 
■AMTIEL T. DA^A. J. HUNTINGTON WOLCOTT. THOMAS P. I. GODDARU- 
;OHN H. CLIFFORD. GEORGE W. HALLETT, *W. R. ROBESON. 

WM. THOMAS. 

SHORE LINE ROUTE TO NEW YORK. 

THROUGH EXPRESS AND MAIL TRAINS. 

Leave Boston at 11.10 A. 31., arriving at Twenty- Seventh Street, New 
York, at 7.20, P. M. 
Mail Train leaves Boston at 9.00 P. 31., and on Sundays at 6.30 P. 31. 

BRISTOL STEAMBOAT LINE. 

Leave Boston at 5.30 P. 31. , arriving in New York in season to connect 
\cith early trains South and West. 

STONINGTON STEAMBOAT LINE. 

Leave Boston for New York at 6.00 P. 31. 



Suttons. Miles. 

K/>*ton, 

^•sbury, 2 • 

i!->/l*too, 3 ■ 

tank* Plain, 31 . 

fcJFtM Mills, 4j - 

K»«tHvy,. 6l • 

•V'Je 1'arH, 7 i • 

^Iville, 8i • 

■ rifti Lodge, 11 • 

*"ton, 14 • 

k -«ri»n, 174 . 

^ifcoro', 21* • 

'•*n«fleld,.. 24 • 

***»l M.u.sfkld, 26 • 

»ttt*b©ro', 31 . 

*■' grille, 3-u . 

f -* J unci, k Hebron, 33* • 

'•wtucket, 39 • 

faltldaoce, H . 



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RULES AND CONDITIONS, 

Wlxieti form a part of tlio Contract of JSale, 

****soy Tickets will not be issued tor a l^ss term than three mon'hg. 

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' Dtuemtter. 



li, 
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of Season Tickets must pn-sent their tickets for inspection, when io required by the Conductor*, or pay the Regular 
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592 



RAILROADS. 



BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD. 



Passenger Station 

in 

Hay market 

Square, 

Boston. 




sasste 



mm m 



Opened fur 
trnvcl to 
Andover, I - 
Dover, N. II., 



^iwitlWWiai - : , „ 1841 ' J 

»Vii*!WJjS®rS^ -^^-^T.;-r-/ .• ■: ; ■•• .-j S. Berwick, Me 



1843. 



OFFICERS. 
President, FRANCIS COGSWELL. 
[Office at Passenger Station.] 

Treas. A. BLANCHABD, Jr. Gen. Freight Ag'f. J. B. GILLETT. Supt. TVM. MEHHITT* 
[Office at Passenger Station.] [Office Causeway Street.] [Office at Passenger Station.] 

DIRECTORS. 

NATHANIEL WHITE (Lawrence). JOHN E. BICKFORD (Dover). 

E. J. M. KALE (Haverhill). AMOS PAUL (So. Newmarket). 

PETER T. HOMER (Boston). FRANCIS COGS WELL (Andover). 

GEO. C. LORD (Boston). 



BOSTON AND MAINS RAILROAD. 



From Bostox to 

Somerville 

Wellington's 

Medford 

Maiden 

Melrose 

Stoueham 

Stoncham Centre 

(jreenwoinl 

South Heading 

Ending 

Wilmington 

Wilmington Junction.. .. 

Iviilardvale 

An lover 

Lawrence 

North Andover 

Haverhill 

Atkinson 

Plautow 

Newton . . . .: 

Bast Kington 

Exeter ..' 

South Newmarket. ...... 

S. X. Junction 

Newmarket 

Durham 

Mad bury , 

Dover 

Rollinrfotd 

Salmon Falls 

B. B. Junction 

Great Falls 

Gonic . . . .- 

Rochester 

Karmington 

Alton 

Alton Bay 

All Quarterly Ti 



Mil? 

2 

3 

5 

5 

7 

8 
10 

9 

10 
12 
16 
18 
21 
23 
26 
28 
33 
37 
38 
41 
45 
50 
54 



Regular. 
SO. 06 

.12 

.15 

• 15 

.20 

.20 

, .25 

.30 ....... 

. .30 

. . .35 

.50 



;x> 



.bo .. 

.70 /, 

.80 .. 

-85 .. 
1.00 ., 
1.10 .. 
1.15 .. 
1.25 .. 
1.35 . 
1.50 ., 
1.00 . 
1.65 . 
1.70 . 
1.85 . 
1.90 . 
2.00 . 
2.15 . 
2.20 . 
2.20 . 
2.20 . 
2.25 . , 
2.30 . . 



3 MosJ ] 

SlO.OO-j 

1350 ! 

14.00 

14.00 

16.(0' 

17. CO: 

18.00, 

18.00 ; | 

20.00 

22. W! 

23.00 

24.00' 

20.00; 

27.00; 
29.50| 

30.50i| 
32.01: 
33.00, 
33.50 
34.50 ! 
34.50; : 
35. O0" 

35.50 ; 

35.60! 
36.00 1 
36.50': 
37.00| 
37.50 
38.00 
3S.00" 
38.00:! 
ES.OOil 



ROM Boston to 


Regular. 3 


Mo*. 


Lynnfield Centre.. 


. $.40 


$22 "0 


"W . Danvers Junct. 


.50 




2.;.'»> 


Danvers Cent-e 


.50 




24.25 


North Danvers 


.50 




25. ''> 


Putuamville 


.00 




.>..- , 


TopsrieM 


.75 




03 . ,. 


Boxford 


.8-5 




2 ■ " ■ 


Georgetown, 


.90 




31.00 


Groveland, 


. • .95 




31.50 


Bvfield 


. 1.00 




32 .**) 


Newburyport 


1.10 




u 


Package 


Tickets. 




Boston to 






Somerville. 


20 for $1.00. 




Medford, 


8 for 


1.00. 




3 1 al«len, 


8 for 


1.00. 




Melrose, 


7 for 


1.25. 




Stoneham, 


7 for 


1.40. 




Stoneham Centre, 5 for 


1.00. 




Greenwood, 


9 for 


2.25. 




South Reading, 


S for 


2.00. 




Sending, 


10 for 


3.00. 




Wilmington, 


5 for 


2.23. 




Ballardvale, 


5 for 


3.0'\ 




Andover, 


5 for 


3.25. 




Lawrence, 


5 for 


3.75. 




Haverhill, 


5 for 


5.50. 




Exeter, 


5 for 


7.00. 




South Newmarket 5 for 


7.50. 




Newmarket, 


5 for 


8 00. 




Dover, 


5 for 


9 50. 





.DO 



Danvers, 5 for 

Newburyport 5 for 

Salem, 5 for 



~\n> .... 
2.90 



. 96 .... 
:kets terminate on the last day of February, May, August, and November. 



MEDFORD BRANCH RAILBOAD. 



*uht times a day, e:tch wn 
tes. This is a beautiful vi 



Fare 15 eent!». c "•*- 
?e, and a desirable :- i »■"' 



Trains run to and from Mrdport*, a distance of five miles 
»«» IHcheti for $1. 8easou Tickets. $56 a year. Time, 20 nih 
■Jttounmer re-i lenees. 

THE F91AQWIN8 RAILR3ACS CONNECT WITH THE B9ST0H AfJO M*U RAILROAD, VIZ.! 
The Danvers Railroad, and the South Reading Brunch, at South Redding Junction; the Palctn -" ! 
uowell lUilroad, at Wilmington Junction; the Manchester and Lawrence, and' Lowell and Lawrem ■■ C • 
r>adv at lAiwrenee; the K.-hVx Railroad, at North A'ndovrr; the Newhurvport Railroad, at Bradi' - ' 
|.«»rt»«iuuth and Concord Railroad, at South Xew Sfurket Junction; the Dover and Winnipiseogee Ka 
tl .'/ •;-. the Great Falls and Cnnwav Railroad, at Orent Fall-; ; the Portland, Saco and Porr-m. >uth ; - ' 
r.-ad.Ht Svnth Hertvick Junrtum ; and the ti rand I'runk, Maine Central, and Portland and Kennebec \i ai 
at I'ortitiwl. The Trains of the Boston and Maine Railroad run directly into the Grand Trunk Railwaj a 
»t I'ortl.nid. ' 



BANKS. 



593 



BANKS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



{Boston Banks on pays 605) 



ABINGTON. } 

Ablngton National Bank. Organized ! 
,»nly 1, 1865; Capital, S150.000. Pres- \ 
uhnt, Baxter Cobb. Directors, Baxter 
Obb, Jenkins Lane. Sumner Shaw, Mar- 
tin S. Stetson, Bela Thaxter.and Joshua 
Whitmarsh. Cashier, J. N. Farrar. Dis- 
count, Mondays. 

ADAMS. 
The First National B;ink of Ailams, 
S< nth Adarns. Organized Jane, 1864. 
Capital-^ 150,000, President, Charles rt. 
Ingails. Directors, L. L. Brown, S. VV. 
Bowerinan, Daniel Jenks, L. J. Cole, 
James Renfrew, jr.. P. Blackinton, H. J. 
Bliss, D. J. Dean. Cashier, H. H. Wel- 
lington. 

The Adam* Nati mal Bank, North 
Adams, Organized June %, 1865. Cap- 
ital, S350,000. President, S. Blackinton. 
Directors, S. Blackinton, R. H. Wells, 
S. Johnson, J. B. Tvler, W. W. Freeman, 
H. Arnold, and S. VV. Brayton. Cashier, 
E. S. Wilkinson. Discount, Thursdays. 

AMESBUKT. 
First National Bank of Amesbnrj', 

West Amesbury, Organized Feb. 4, 
1S64. Capital. .5100.000. President, W. 
H. Haskell. Directors, Thomas T. Mer- 
rill, William Gunnison, John S. Poyen, i 
Benjamin F. Sargent, Alfred E. Good- j 
win, Wra. H. Ha-kell, Francis Sargent. • 
Cashier, John L. Pierson. Discount, 
Mondays. 

AMHERST. 
First National Bank of Amherst, 
Organized April, 1864. Capital, $150,- 
000. President, L. M. Hills. Directors. 
L. M. Ilia.-, A. C. Marshall, J. T. West- 
cott, R. Cook, G. Bridgman, Baxter Shaw, 
E. Hitchcock. Cashier, R. J. D. We.t- 
cott. Discount. Daily. 

AN DOVER. 
The Andover National Bank. Organ- . 
ized, 1865. Capital, $250,000. Presi- 
dent, John Flint. Directors, John Flint, 
Nafh. Swift, Nathan Frye, Francis Cogs- 
well, .John L. Taylor. Mo-es T. Stevens, 
Joseph W. Smith". Cashier, Moses Fos- 
ter. Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

ATHOL DEPOT. 
-Miller's River National Bank of 

Atidi.. Organized -Dec- 15, 1664. Cap- 
ital, $ 150,000. President, Alpheus Har- 
ding, .Tr. directors, Alpheas Harding, 
dr., Math. Richardson, John C. Hill, Lew- 
is Thorpe, John G. Mudge, Henry Smith, 
Ueorge Watrnev^ Rodney Hunt,"Wm. D. 
Lee, Jr. Cishirr, Albert L. Newman. 
Discount, Daily, 

ATTLKBOnoi'G-H. 
AttlelMurough* National Bank, North 

Attlefeawugti. Organu«d Nov. 1, 1806. 
Capital, % 106,000. President, E. Ira U lei;- ' 

88 



. ards. Directors, Wil.ard Blackington, 
Willard Robinson, Daniel Evan*. Oeorge 
B. Richards, Ezekie! Bate<, J. D. Ricn- 
nrds, E. Ira If ichar.i-,. Insider, 11. M. 
Daggett. Discount, Mondays. 

BARNSTABLE. 

The First Rational Bank of *ly- 

anwis, Hyannis. Organized M ircli, 
' 1365. Capital, $100. 0u0.' President, Alex- 
ander Baxter. Directors, Alexa ider 
Baxter, Sv Ivanus B. Phinney, Owen 
Bearse, Isaac Crosby, Ferdinand G. Kel- 
]ey, Erastus Scudder, Joshua Baker. 
Cashier, Joseph R. Hall. Discount, .Mon- 
days. 

BAR RE. 
First National Bank of Barre. Or- 
ganized Oct. 3, Ib6-L Capital, $150,000. 
President, Edward Denny. Directors, 
Edward Denny, George M. Butt rick, 
E!am B. Shattuck, Charles Brimoieeom, 
Hiram Wadsworth. J. Edvvin Smith, Na- 
thaniel L. John-on. Jason Gorham, 
Harding Woods. Cashier, Edwin Woods. 
Discount, Mondays. 

BEVERLY. 
Beverly National Bank. Organized 
March, 1865. Capital, $200,000. Presi- 
dent. Samuel Eudicott. Directors, Sam- 
uel Endicott, John Pickett, William Eu- 
dicott,, William Porter, Austin D. Kil- 
harn. Thos. A. Lefavour, John H. Young. 
Cashier, Robert G. Bennett. Discount, 
Tuesdays and Fridays. 

BLACKSTONE. 
The Worcrster County National 
Bank qy Blackstoxe. Organized 
June, 1865. Capital. $100,000. Presi- 
dent, Henry S. Mansfield. Directors, H. 
S. Mansfield, Laban Bates, John Cady, 
James M. Freeman, Jos. G. Ray, J. P. 
Daniels. Jas. K. Conistock. Cashier, 
Moses Farnura. Discount, Wednesdays. 

BRIGHTON. 

The National Market Bank of Briyrh- 

ton\ Organizes Feb. 2 1865. Capital, 
S250,000. ' President, Life Baldwin. Di- 
rectors, Life Baldwin, .1. F. L'aylor, Hi- 
ram Barker, W. H. Giles, II. W*. Baxter, 
E. C. Sparhawk, Edmund Rice, Gran- 
ville Fuller. Cashier, Edward P. Wright. 
Discount, Thursdays. 

National Bank of Brighton. Organ- 
ized 1*65. Capital $2'>o,u00. President, 
John L. Ordway. Directors, Samuel 
Bigelow, David Collins, James Dava, 
John W. Holiis, Horace W. .Jordan, Na- 
thaniel Jackson, John L. Ordway, Jas; 
Stetson, John Sawyer. Cashier, Bela S. 
Fiske. Discount. L'hursdays. 

CAMBBIDGE. 

The Charles River National Bank of 

CAMmuiKJh;. Organized' Dec. 28, 1804. 
Capital, §100,600. President, Charles C. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Little. Directors. Chfirles C. Little, Abel 
i Wiilard, Oliver Hustings, Win. T. Rich- 
ardson, John B. Dana. Cashier, Eben 

Snow. D ; .<coutit, Daily. 

The First National Bank of Cam- 
HtftiDGE, Cambridgeport. Organized M >v 
1*3, 1S64. Capital, S200,000i Present,, 
Benj. Tilt>n. Directors, l'»ei\| . Tiltoii, 
Lewis Colby, D. U. Chamberlin, Newell 
Bent, Edward Hy ie, Charles Wood. 
Cashier, VV. A. Ballard. Discount, Mon* 
days. 

Cambridgeport National Bank, Cam" 
Bridgeport. Organized 1865. Capital, 
8100,000. President, R. Douglas*. Di- 
rectors, Robert Douglass, Ira Stratton, 
A<t\ P. Horse, Alexander Dickinson, 
Martin L. Smith, Lucius R. Paigft. 
Cashier, Seymour B. Snow. Discount, 
Monday. 

The National City Bauk of Cam- 
BRIDGE, Cambridgeport. Organized 
Jan. 31, 1865. Capital, $100,000. Pres- 
ident, George T. Gale. Directors, Josiah 
Burmge, Geo. -W. Colburn, G^o. T. 
Gale, John Reraick, Geo. P. Carter. 
Cashier, Edward Richardson. Discount, 
Mondays. 

Ijecb.niere National Batik, EastCam- 
bridge. Capital, 3150,000. President, 
Lewis Hall. Directors, Lewis Hall, 
Samuel R. Riudge, Thomas Dana, 
Samuel Siocomb, K. S. Chaffee, A. C. 
Sanborn, Francis Draper. Cashier, 
John Savage, Jr. Discount, Mondays. 

The Cambridge National Bank. 

East Cambridge. Organized June 1, 
1864. Capital, Sl00,0')0. President 
Daniel R. Sortwell Directors, D. R. 
Sortell, J. N. Meriam, J. H. Tyler, Thos. 
Cunningham, C. J. Adams, Israel 
Tibbetts, Jos. A. Wellington. Cashier, 
J. C Ballard. Discount, Tuesdays. 

CANTON. 

The Neponset National Bank of 

Canton. Organized Dec. 19, 1^64. 
Capital, 8250,000. President, Charles 
H. French. Directors, Chas. H. French, 
Leonard Hodges, James Swan, V. J. 
Messinger, 0. S. Chapman, H. A. Lo- 
thrnp, George E. Dowues. Cashier, F.' 
W. Deane. Dbcount, Mondays. 

CHARLESTOWN. 

Monument National B;nik. ORGAN- 
ized May, 1865. Capita!, §150,000. 
President', Peter Hubbeil. Directors, P. 
Hubbeil, Amos Stone, Andrew Sawtell, 
James 0. Curtis, George L. Foote, 
Josiah F. Guild, B. M. Clark. Cashier, 
Warren Sanger. Discount, Mondays 
and Thursdays, 

The Bunker Hill National Bank of 
GttARLE-Towx, Organized 1805, Capital, 
S500,000. President, Edward Lawrence. 
Vice Presiiknf, Ceo. A. KetteiL Direct- 
ors^ Edward Lawrence, James Adams, 
George A. ICetteil, Timothy T. Sawyer, 
Thos. M Cutter, Geo. S. Adams, Joseph 
Souther, Edwin F. Adam-, Nathan 
Tnft", .)r. Cashier, James Adams Jr. 
Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 



| CHELSEA. 

j The First National Bank of Chelsea. 

Organized Nov. !-•;♦. Capital S300,0oo. 
President, Isaac Stfbbins. Directors 
0, M. Wnittle^ey, E. F. Tilden, Henry 
G Fay, Ze as Snow, RufuB Trussell, S. 
W. turner, N. M. Perkins. Cashier, 
Wm. B. Pearmain. Discount, Mondays. 

CHICOPEE. 

| First National Bank of Chicop«-e. 

Orjanize.l April 30, I860. Capital, 
8150,000, President, Jerome Wells. 
Directors, Jerome We # lls, John Weils, L. 
M. Ferry, Sidney Chapin, T. W. Carter, 
i Krastus* Stebbins, K. O. Carter. Cash- 
ier, H. H. Harris. Discount, daily. 

CLINTON. 
First National Hank of Clinton. Or- 
ganized April, 1864. Capita!, $200,000. 
President, C. G. Stevens. Directors. C. 
G. Stevens, H. C. Greeley, E. A. Harris 
G. M. Palmer, R. S. Hastings, F. B. 
Fay, C. L. Swan, C M. Bailey, P. 
Forbes. Cashier, C. L. S. Hammond. 
Discount, Tuesdays. 

CONCORD. 
The Concord National Bunk of Con- 

CORi). Organized Feb. 25, 18*35. Capi- 
tal, S 100,000. P 'resident, George Hey- 
wood. Directors, Samuel Staples, Geo. 
M. Brooks, Joseph Derby, Jr. Geo. Hey- 
wood, George Keves. Cashier, John 
M. Cheney. Discount, Mondays. 

CONWAY. 
The Conway National Bank. Organ- 
ized 1S'35. Capital, Sl50,o00 ; limited 
to 3300,000. President, John D. Todd. 
Directors, John D. Todd, Chas. Parsons, 
Josephus Crafts, Josiah Brown, Austin 
Rice, E. D. Hamilton, John M. Smith. 
Cashier, Saml. Swan. Discount, daily. 

DANVERS. 
First National Bank of Danvers* 

Organized 1SG4. Capital, $150,000. 
President, Daniel Richards. Directors, 
Daniel Richards, Edwin Mudge, Samuel 
P. Fowler, I. H. Putnam, John A. Put- 
nam, G. A. Tapley, F. P. Men-Lam. 
Cashier, Wm. L. Weston. Discount, 
Mondays. 

DEDHAM. 
The Dedliam National Bank Or 

ganized, 1865. Capital, §300,000. Presi- 
dent, L. H, King-bury. Directors, L. H. 
Kingsbury, Jeremy Sfctmson, Ira Cleve- 
land, Ezra W. Taft, Adams Daniels, 
Joseph Day, Juseph Fidier. Gtshier, J. 
H. B. Thayer. Discount, Fridays. 

DORCHESTER. 
Blue Hill National Bank of Dr»r- 

chkstek. Organized Dec. 10, 1So4. 
Capital, S200,000. President, Asaph 
Churchill. Directors, Asaph Churchill, 
Roswell Gleason, Thomas Liver-i dze, 
Edward IL Buggies, Josiah Webb, 
Henry L. Pierce, Lai>a:i Pratt. Cashif. 
E. J. Bispham. Discount, Monday*. 

EAST HAMPTON. 
The First National Bank of E««t 

Hami'Ton. Organized April 23, 1604. 
Capital, $150,000. President, Samuel 
Williston. Directors, Samuel WillUton 



BANKS JN MASSACHUSETTS. 



o*.»q 



H. G. Knight, E. Ferrv, K. H. Sawyer, 
.John May her. Cashier, C. F. Williams. 
Discount, daily. 

EASTOS {NORTH). 
Tl»«- First National Bank of Enston. 
Organized March 11, Lfc64. Capital, 
$400,000. President, Oliver Ames. 
Directors, John 11. Swain, Oliver Ames, 
Reuben Meader, Edwin W. Gilmore, 
r'red L. Ames, Oakes A. Ames. GVwA- 
iVr, Pardon A. Gilford. Discount, daily. 

EDGARTOWN. 

3Iartha*3 Vineyard National Bank. 

Organized May 1, 1865. Capital, SlOO,- 
000. President, Daniel Fi-her. Direct- 
ors, Daniel Eisner, Ira Darrow, Win. H. 
Munroe, Grafton X. Collins, Walter Hill- 
man. Cashier, Joseph T. Pease. Dis- 
courit, Tuesdays. 

FAIR HAVEN. 
National Bunk, of FaiihaTcn. Or- 
ganized 1*64. <J:ijiital, §240,oQ0. Pres- 
ident, George F. Tripp. CaSimr, Reuben 
Nye. Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

FALL RIVER. 
Fall River National Bank. Organized 
dune 27, 1864. Capital, §400,000. Pres- 
ident, Richard Borden. Directors, Rich- 
ard Borden, Chas. 0. Shove, Abner 
Slade, G. H. Hathaway, Thomas T. Pot- 
ter, Wm. L. Slade, John P. Slade, .Jos- 
eph Marble, Richard B. Borden. Cash- 
he, Geo. JR. Fiske. Discount, Mondays. 

First National Bank. Organized Jan. 
23, 1804. Capitals $400,000. President, 
John S. Bravton. Directors, David A. 
Bravton, William B. bravton, Israel P. 
Bravton, B. M. C. Durtee, John S. Bray- 
ton." Cashier, Charles A. Bassett. Dis- 
count, daily ac 12 o'clock, M. 

Jlassasoifc National Bank. Organized 
Ibtio. Capital, §200,000. President, 
Charles P. Stickney. Directors, Charles 
P. Stickney, Joshua Remington, South- 
ard H. Miiier. Lam Smith. William 
Mason, Edmund Chase, William C. 
Davol, jr. Cashier, Leander Borden. 
JJiscount, Wednesdays. 

Mttacomet National Bank of Fall 
River. Organized 18G5. Capital, StiuO.- 
000. President. Jefferson Borden. Di- 
rectors, Jefferson Borden, Nathan Dur- 
lee, Philip D. Borden, William Lindsey, 
Daniel Brown, William C. Davol, Stephen 
Davol, Thomas J. Borden, Jonathan 
Slade, 2d. Cashier, Azftriah S. Tripp. 
Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

National Union Bank. Organized 1805. 
Capita!. S&>0,000. 1' resident, Jesse Ed- 
dy. Directors Jesse Eddv, Cook Bor- 
den, John I J. Hint, Joseph M. Davis 
Thomas Borden, Wm. H. Ashley, Chan. 
P. Driug, Wm. B. Durl'ee, Darnel Wil- 
bur. Cashier. D. A. Chapin. Discount, 
t nday. 

Pocaxset National Bank. Organized 
Dec. 7, 1864. Capital, S200.000. Presi- 
dent, Samuel Hathaway. Directors, 
Samuel Hathaway, Weaver Osborn, Ben- 
jamin C. Luther," John C. Milne, F. A. 
Boomer, Nathan Ilea i. Linden Cook. 
Cashier, E. K. Hathaway. Discount, 
Tuesdavs. 



Th« Rveond National BuCk of Fall 
River. Organized May 21, 1864. Cap- 
ital, S150.»00. President, S. . 

Chace. Directors. Hale Remington, 
TlmmftM Almy. William 11. Mason, Thos. 

F. Kddy, K. C. Kilburn, S. Angier Chace. 
Cashier, Chas. J. Holmes. • Discount, 
Thursdays. 

FALMOUTH. 

Falnioiitli National Bunk. (Organized 
• June 22, 1865. Capital, $100,000. Pres- 
idenl, Oliver C. Sw ft. Directors, W. X. 
Bourne, S. J. Bourne, T. Lewis, jr., 
Silas Jones, William F. Jones, L\ Gonld, 
O. 0. Swift. Cashier, S. P. Bourne. 
Discount, Mondays. 

FITCH BL'RG. 
Fitchburs: National Bank. Organized 
May I, 1865. Capital, 8250,000. Presi- 
dent, Ebenezer Torrey. directors, Eben- 
ezer Torrey, Ephraim Murdoch, Nathan- 
iel Wood," Jonas A. Mar-hull, Walter 
Heywood, Stephen Shejdey, Timothy S. 
Wilson, Porter Piper, William D. Peck, 
Eugene T. .Miles, Rodney Wallace, 
Charles T. Crocker. Cashier, Charles J. 
Billings. Discount, Mondays. 

RoTlsJone National Bank. Organized 
lnOo. Capital, $250,000. ' President, 
Moses Wood. Directors, Moses Wood, 
Aivah Crocker, Benjamin Snow, jr., 
Lewis H. Bradford, Charles Winchester, 
Hale W. Page, Amasa Xoreross, Daniel 
Putnam, I. M. Murdock, Edmund N. 
Nichois, S. W. Putnam. Any. Whitman. 
Cashier, Henry A. Willis. Disc^ud, 
Mondays. 

FRAMINGHAM. 

The Fr.iminghani National Bank. 
Organized Oct. 10, lS'j-i. Capital, $200,- 
000; limited to S-300,000. President, 
Moses Edged. Directors, Moses Edgell, 
James VV. Clark, I. S. Wheeler, John" B. 
Waicott, George Phipps, C. C Esty. 
George Richardson. Cashier, James J. 
Valentine. Discount, Mondays. 

GARDNER. 
First National Bank of Gardner. 

Organized Feb. 25, 1S65. Capital, $100- 
000. President, Amasa Bancroft. Di- 
rectors, Calvin S. Greenwood, Levi H. 
Sawin, Amasa Bancroft, Seth Hey- 
-wood, John Edgell, Charles Heywund, 
Joe! Merriam, G. W. Burt, Philander 
D-rby, Francis Rich.ari«on, S. K. 
Pierce. Cashier. John D. Edged. I>is- 
count, Mondays. 

GLOUCESTER. 
Cape Ann National Bunk of Glon- 
CESTER. Organized March 16, Ib05. 
Capital, $150,000. President, Gorham 

P. Low. Directors, John .!. Babson, A. 
B. Vannevar, F. 1". Riggs, John IVw, 
Wm. Parsons, 2d, John G. Dennis, Gor- 
ham P. Low. Cashier, Hiram Rich. 
Discount , Thursdays. 

First National Bank of Gloucester. 

0: ganized I >ct. 25, Itf<i4. Capital, S120,- 
000. President, William A. Pew. Di- 
rectors, William II. Pew. Robert Fears, 
Benjamin II. Corliss, S. Cunningham, L. 
Burnham, Joseph Friend, Jnsiah 0. 
Friend, jr., 1''. G. Wonson, Joseph O. 
Procter, C. Parkhurst, M. L. Weiherell, 



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William McKenzie, James A. Stetson. 
Cashier, George i». Bradford. Discount, 
Wednesdays. 

Gloucester National B«uki Organized 
•June 1, 1885. Capital, §300,000. Pres- 
ident, Isaac Some-;. Directors, Isaac 
Somes, Frederic G. Low, Epes W. Mer- 
chant, Edward Bal»son, Benjamin F. 
Somes, William F. Davfo, Charles Fit/.. 
Cashier, William Babsou. Discount, 
Tuesdays. 

GRAFTON. 

First National B;ink of Grafton. Or- 
ganized October, 1863. Capital. $100,- 
000. President, Jonathan Warren. 
Directors, Jonathan Warren, L. F. Allen, 
W. Faulkner, L. C. Flagg, G. F. Slocomb. 
Cashier, Gilbert Curamings. Discount, 
Mondays. 

The Gmfton National Bank. Organ- 
ized Feb. 18, 18(35. Capital, 5100.000. 
President, Jonathan D. V, heeler. Direct- 
ors, Esek Saunders, Alfred Morse, W. 
D. Wheeler. John I). Warren. William 
R. Hill: Cashier, Henry F. Wing. 
Discount, Mondays. 

GREAT BARRINGTON. 
The National Mahaiwe Bank. Organ 
feed July 1, 1865. Capital, $200,000. 
President, J. L. Dodge: Directors, J. L. 

Dodge, E. P. Woodworth, C. Goodale, B. 
F. Durant, Gilbert Munson, Seth Norton, 
0. Sonthworth. Cashier, I. B. Prindle. 
Discount, Tuesdays. 

GREENFIELD. 
First National B;mk of Greettticlfl. 

Organized 1864. Capital, $300,000. Pres- 
ident, Wm. B Washburn. Cashier, E. 
W. Russell. Discount, daily. 

Franklin County National Bank. 

Organized, May 1, 1S§5. Capital, §200,- 
000. President, Ira Abercroinbie. Di- 
rectors, Ira Abercrombie, Quintus Allen, 
Wm. Keith, W. Griswold, George it. 
Hovey. Joel Fay, John Sanderson, Den- 
nis Dickinson, George A. Whipple. 
Cashier, 11. A. Packard. Discount) daily. 

HARWICH. 
The Cape Cod National Bank. Or- 
ganized Jan. 12, ltoo. Capdal, §300,- 
000. President, Prince. S. Crowed. Di- 
rectors, Y. S. Croweil, Benjamin Free- 
man, Solomon Freeman, Joseph Com- 
ings, Josiah Hardy, Christopher Taylor, 
Caleb Small, Zebina H. Small, Joseph 
H. Baker, Jr., Neheuran Crowe!!. Cash- 
ier, Geo. H. Snow. Discount, Mondays. 

HAVERHILL. 
E«sex National Bank of Haverhill. 

Organized 1865. Capital, $100,000. 

President, .Tame- Gale. Directors, James 
Gale, John C. Tilton. Geo. H. Hoyt, R. 
Stuart Chase, John P. Randall, Leverett 
Kimball, E. S. Sanborn. Cashier, W. 
Caldwell. Discount, Mondays. 

First National Bank of Haverhill. 

Organized Jury II. 1804. Capital, $200,- 
Ooo. President, Moses How. Directors, 
Moses How, Samuel Chase, M. E. Emer- 
son, P. B. How, Edmund Gage, Levi 
Taylor. Samuel Lnubham, George Coggs- 
well. Cnshier, E. G. Wood. Discount, 
Mondays. 



The Haverhill National Rank. Or- 
ganized August, 1864. Capita 
ooo. President, Join, A. Appleton. In 
rectors. John A. Appleton, A. Wh 
ton Chase, Daniel bitt-, Charles Hazel- 
tine, Humphrey Hoyt, George A. Kim- 
ball, Ebenezer Mitt-hell, John Jamea 
M;.r.-.h, George Stevens. Cashier, James 
E. Gale. Discount, Mondays. 

The Merrimack National Bank of 

Haverhill. Organizer December, 1864. 
Capital, §240,000. President, E. .1. M. 
Hale. Directors, E. J. M. Ha'.e, 1 horn is 
Nev.comO, Mo-es Nichols, George A 
ton, Charles VV. Cha.-e. John B. Nichols, 
John P. Gimian, Laburton Johnson, 
Dudley Porter. Cashier, John L. Hob- 
son. Discount, Mondays. 

HINGHAM. 
Hinghani National Bank. Organized 
April 24, 1865. Capital, $200,000. Pres- 
ident, Crocker Wilder. Directors, Crock- 
er Wdder, Alfred Loring, P. L. Whiton, 
Wm. Fearing, 20, E. W. Burr, Enos Lor- 
ing, Ephraim Snow. Cashier, John O. 
Lovett. Discount, Mondays. 

HOLLISTON. 
Holliston National Bank. Organized 

Feb. 14, 1865. Capital, §150.000. Pres- 
ident, W. S. Bachel rer. Directors, W. 
S. Bachelder, S. G. Burnap, Alden Le- 
land, Seth Thaver, B. F. Bachelder, A. 
R. Leland, M C. Bragg. Cashier, T. E. 
Andrews. Discount, Mondays. 

HOLYOKE. 
' Hadley Falls National Bank. Or- 

i gauized July 1, 1865. Capital, $200,000. 
President, Charles W. Ranlet. Du-ecfm-?, 
Charles W. Ranlet, Whiting Street, A. 1'. 
Chapin, S. S. Cha-e, Chester Craft,. 
Broughton Alvord, Alfred White, Jonas 
Kendall, Benjamin Aldrich. Cashier, H. 
P. Terry. Discount, daily. 

HOP KENTON. 
The Hopkinton National Bank. 

Organized Dec 2, 1S04. Capital, S10".- 
000. President, Lovett H. Bowker. Di- 
rectors, Love.tt H. Bowker, N. P. Coburn, 
Lea Ciaflm, E. S. Thayer, VV. F. Ulaflin, 
Samuel Crooks, Jr. Cashier, R. F. Ciaf- 
lin. Discount, Mondays. 

LANCASTER. 
The Lancaster National Bunk. Or- 
ganized Dec. 19, 1864. Capital. $200,- 
000. President, Jacob Fisher. Directors, 
Jacob Fisher, Anthony Lone, George W. 
Howe, Geo. S. Boutwell of Groton, Nor- 
man C. Munson of Shirley, Geo. Cnm- 
mings, .fames W. Fitch of Sterling, M. 
Taroeli Gardner, Asa Daby of Harvard, 
Caleb T. Symmes. Cashier, Caleb I'. 
Symmes. Discount, Mondays, 1 o'clock, 
r. M. 

LAWRENCE. 
The Bay State National Bank of 

Lawrence. Organized Mav 1, L8«;5. 
Capita!, §375,000/ President," Ge ■■ ■ ■ L. 
Davis. Directors, George L. Davis II i>. 
rv Barton, Joseph Shattuck, Jr., L itli r, 
Ladd, George W. Hills, William A. Rus- 
sell, George A. Fuller, N. G. White, L). 
S. Swan. Cashier, Samuel White. Pis- 
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The National P*mb<rtou Bank of 
I.ahkknck. Organized lt>u5. Capital, 
5100,000. President, Levi Sprague, of 
Uwell. Direcdrrs, Geo. D. Cabot, Mil- 
Ion Bonney, W. D. Lamb, Dan'l Saun- 
ders, Jr., W. R. Spalding of Lawrence, 
Charles Smith of Metnuen, Hezekiah 
Piununer, and Levi Sprague of Lowell. 
Cashier, Win. II. Jaquirh. Discount, 
Wednesdays. 

LEE. 

Lee National Bank. Organized March 
1 1865. Capital, $210,000. President, 
Harrison Garfield. Directors, H. Garfield, 
I. C. Ives M. Wilcox, Henry Smith, M. 
Washburn, W. Taylor, A." T. Servin, 
Cashier, John N. Kilbon. Discount, Wed- 
nesdays. 

LEICESTER. 

LHeester National Bank. Organized 
March, I860. Capital. 5200,000. ' Presi- 
dent,, Cheney Hatch. Director*. Cheney 
Hatch, John Woodcock, Hiram Knight, 
Josephus Woodcock, Josiah Green, Silas 
Gleason, L. S. Watson, Joshua Murdock, 
Isaac Prouty. Cashier, D. £. Merriam. 
Discount, Wednesdays. 

LEOMINSTER. 
The First National Bank of Leo- 

MI.vster. Organized Julv 5, 1864. Capi- 
tal S100.000." President,' John H. Lock- 
ev. Directors, J. H. Locke v, James 
H. Carter, Eli Kilburn, 0. G. 'Caldwell, 
Oliver Parch, C. L. Joslin, Samuel Put- 
nam, Joseph Cuzzens, J. C. Allen. CasJi- 
itr, J. 0. Allen. Discount, Mondays. 

LOWELL. 
Appletou. National Bank. Organized 
1865. Capital, 8300,000. President, John 

A. Knowles. Directors, William S. Ben- 
nett, George Bragdou, Aider, B. Buttrick, 
Isaac Farriugton, Josiah B. French, Wil- 
liam L. Sforth, Addison Putnam, Charles 

B. Richmond, Sidney Spalding. Cashier, 
John F. Kimball. " Discount, Mondays 
and Thursdays. 

Old Lowell National Bank. Organized 
June 22, 1805. Capital. 5200,000. Pres- 
ident, Edward Tuck. Directors, Albert 
G. Cook, .Tool Spalding, WiiJard A. 
Brown, Edw>ird Tuck, Luther \V. Faulk- 
ner, John Waugh, Jonathan P. Folsom, 
Wm. H. P. Wright. Cnsfiier, Charles 
M. Williams. Discount, Mondays and 
Thursdays. 

Prescott National Bank of Lowell. 

Organized March. 1865, Capital, §300- 
Ooo. President, Charles B. Coburn. Di- 
rectors, Charles B. Coburn, Robt. H. 
Butcher, Elijah M. Read, Daniel S. 
Richardson, Joseph A. Brabrook, John 
L. Cheney, Benjamin Adams, Charles 
Stotfc, Edward F. Sherman, Hapgood 
bright. Cashier, Artemas S. Tyler , 
Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Hallroad National Bank. MKRRI31 UMv 
klKEKT. Organized 1805. Capital $800- 
000. President, S. W. Stickney. Direct- 
0, >, Homer Bartleit, Wm. A. Burke, 
Charles Hovev, S. W. Stickney, Sewell 

C. .Muck, George Motley, John Wright, 
Samuel Fay, George Ripiev, .lames B. 
i-n,.„ds,.l !ui W. ['. Abbott, U. H. Perry. 
Ctw/jjtr, John h\ Rogers. Discount, daily. 



Flr*t National Bank of Lnweil. Or- 
ganized February, 1864. Capital, S250- 
000. President, Arthur P. Bonney. Di- 
rectors, Arthur P. Bonney, James C. Ab- 
bott, Lphraim Brown, James K. Fellow-, 
P. Dempsey, Gilman Kimball, Win. H. 
Parker, Isaac Place, Sum'l N. Woo.:. 
Cashier, Ceo. B. Allen. Discount, Tues- 
days and Fridays. 

Merchants' National Bank of Lou- 
kll. Organized Sept. 1, 1S64. Capital, 
5300,000. President, Hocum Hostf rd. 
Directors, Thorna* Ncsmitb, Royal South- 
wick, Horace J. Adams, James C. Aver, 
Joseph H. Ely, l>. W. C. Farrh igton, 
Samuel T. Lancaster, Joshua N. Mar- 
sliall, William Kelley. Cashier, J. X. 
Peirce, Jr. Discount, Mondays and 
Thursdays. 

Wamesit National Bank, of Lowell. 

Organized Feb. 3, 1805. Capital. 5200,- 
OOO. President, Charles Whitney. Di- 
rectors, Daniel Churchill, Samuel Horn, 
Josiah Gates, C. H. Wilder, Chas. E. 
. Paige, H. C. Howe, Francis Jewett. Chas. 
Whiting, A. F. Wright. Cashier, John 
H. Buttrick. Discount, daily. 

LYNN. 
National City Bank of Lynn. Organ- 
ized 1865. Capital $150,000. President, 
Amos P. Tapley. Directors, Amos P. 
Tapley, Otis Johnson, Thomas P. Rich- 
ardson, Philip P. Tapley, Lyman B. 
Frazier, Herbert B. Nevyhall, Warren 
Newhall. Cashier, Beuj. V. French, 
Discount, Tuesdays. 

Tke Central National Bank of Lynn. 

Organized 1805. Capital, S200,000. 
President, Henry Newhall. Directors, 
Henry Newhall, James N. Buffum. Sam- 
uel M. Rubier, Joseph B. Lamper, Joseph 
P. Newhall, El bridge Lovejoy. Vice 
President, Harrison Newhali. Cashier, 
Ezra W. Mudge. Discount Mondays and 
Thursdays. 

The First National Bank of Lynn. 

Organized Dec. 9, 1S64. Capital $250,- 
000. /'resident, William S. Boyce. Di- 
rectors, W. S. Boyce, Amos F. Breed, 
Nathan Breed, William A. Brown, Sam'l 
Boyce, Nathan D. Chase, Chas. F. Coffin, 
John Lovejoy, Joseph N. Saunderson. 
John Wooidredge. Cashier, Wiiliam 
Bassett. Discount, Tuesdays and Fri- 
days. 

MALDEN. 
Tlie First National Bank of Maiden, 
Mai.dex Centre. Organized, Nov. 5, 
1804. Capital, S.100,000. Presuleut, Eli- 
sha S. Converse. Directors, George D. 
B. Blanchard, Esaac Emerson, G. G. 
Prescott, John J. Nfwcomb, Daniel W. 
Wilcox, Caleb Wait. Cashier, Charles 
Merrill. Discount, Mondays. 

MARBLEHEAD. 
The National Grand Bank of Mar- 
UL.EUEAD. Organized December, 1804. 
Capital, §120,000. Presuknt, Kbenezer 
!'.. Phillips, of Swampscott. Directors, 
Ebenezer B. Phillips, He inrv F. Pitman, 
Wm. Humphreys, Abel Gardner, Thomas 
Carney, Samuel A. Fabens. Cashier, 
Joseph P. Turner. Discount, Mondays 
and Thursdays. 



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MTarbleheacl Ifationol Bank. Organ- 
ized lfcGS. Capital, 8102,000. Presulent, 
I-hmc C. VVyman. Directors, [suae C. 
Wyman. Henry Hooper, Samuel Sp-tr- 
ha'wk, Benjamin Lindsey, John F. Harris, 
Benjamin ' D. Dixie, Henrv A. Potrer. 
Cashier, John Sparhawk. Discount, Mon- 
days and Thursdays. 

MARLBOROUGH. 
The First Rational Bank of 3I;vrI r 

uouocgh. Organized Sept. 26, 1>-6:J. 
Capital, $200,000. President, Mark Fay. 
Directors, Mark Fay, S. G. Fay, G. E. 
Wood-;, Thomas Corey, \V. Morse, 2d, 
William Gibbon; Cashier, Edmuud C. 
Whitney. Discount, Mondays. 

METHUEN. 
National Bank of Metlmen. Organ- 
ized July 25, 1865. Capital, $100,00Q. 
President, John Davis. Directors, John 
Davis, K. C. Gleason, Joseph How, War- 
ren Ordway, Jacob Emerson, jr. Cash- 
ier, G. Foot. Discount, Mondays. 

MILFORD. 
Mi-ford National Bank. Organized j 

July, 1865. Capital, 5250,000. President, j 
Aaron C. May hew. Directors, A. C. ' 
■Ma v hew, O. Underwood, Samuel Walk- I 
er, Charles V. Claflin, Amariah A. I aft, 
Wm. Knowlton. Win. A. Phipps, James ] 
H. Ciement. Cashier, A. G. Underwood. 
Disco-ant, Mondays. 

MILLBURY. 
Mlllbury Notional Bank. Organized 
Nov 16. 1864. Capital, 3150,000. Pre*. | 
blent, H'isea Crane. Directors, Hosea 
Crane, Horace S. Warren, John G. Wood. 
G. D. Morse, William H. Harrington, 
David Atwood. Cashier, David Atwood. 
Discount, Tuesdays. 

MONSON. 
Monson National Bunk. Organized 

Aug. 11, 1864. Capital, 8150,000. Pres- 
ident, John Wyles. Directors. John 
Wyles, Horatio Lyon, C. VV, Holmes. 
C. H. Merrick, Austin Fuller. Joshua 
Tracy, A. F. Bianchard. Cashier, E. 
F. Morris. Discount, Mondays. 

NANTUCKET. 
The Pacific National Bank of Nan- 

tucket. Organized January 13, 1865. 
Capital, $200,000. President, Frederick 
C. Santord. Directors, F. C. San fori}, 
Matthew Crosby, George Cobb, Eben- 
ezer Coleman, Henry I. Defriez, E. F. 
Fearing, Andrew Whitney, Timothv W. 
Calder. Cashier, Joseph "Mitchell. 'Dis- 
count, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

XFW BEDFORD. 
First National Bank of New Bed- 

ford. Organized Feb. 18, 1864. Capi- 
tal, §600,000. President, Joseph Grinnell. 
Directors, Joseph Grinnell, Charles H. 
Gifford, Ward M. Packer, Joseph C, De- 
lano, Edward W. Rowland, Jiis. Henry 
Howlaud, Utis Seaburv, Lemuel Kollock, 
• Edward C. Jones, J. P. Knowles. 2d, A. 
H. Seabury. (tidier, J no. P. Barker. 
Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

The Mechanics National Bank of 

Nkw Biu>koki». Organized 1864; Cm- 
Ual. $600,000. President, T. Mandeii. 



Directors, T. Mandeii, P. Tillinpha»t, 
Jno. R. Thornton, J. Swif>, .U-., A. <;. 
Pierce, L<>um Snow, W. Wntkin*. W. W. 
Crapo, Tho9. Wilcox. Edmund Gardner* 
C'tsliier, K. VV. Hervey. Dueount, 
Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

Merchants ' National Bailie. Organ* 

ized 1665. Capital, S600,000. Presi- 
dent, Charles R. Tucker. Directors, 
Charles K. Tucker, J. Bourne, Jr., D. U. 
Greene, Abraham Barker, Gideon Allen, 
Andrew Hicks, Thomas Bradlev, Win. 
P. Howlaud, G. F. Barrlett, William R. 
Wine, Dennis Wood, Geo. R. Phillips. 
Cashier, P. C Howland. Discount, Tues- 
days and Fridays. 

National l>a.nk of Commerce «>f New 

Bedfokd. Organized dan. 9, 1865. 
Capital, §600,000. President, Thomas 
Nye, Jr. Directors, Thomas Nye, Jr., 
•Thomas S. Hathaway, William Hatha- 
way, Jr., Charts L." Wood, W. C. N. 
Swift, Matthew Howlaud, William J. 
Rotch, Henrv Taber, Thomas Knowles, 
John H. Clifford. Cashier, Thomas B. 
White. Discount, Mondays and Thurs- 
days. 

NEWBURYPORT. 
Mechanicks' National B«nk of >ew« 
burypout. Organized Nov. 25, 1664. 
Capital, $250,000. President. Edward 
S. Moseley. Directors, K. S. Moseley, 
'Eben. F. Stone, Joshua Hale. Jacob 
Horton, Charles M. Bay ley. W. H. Swa- 
sey, J. H. Balch. Cashier, John An- 
drews. Discount, Mondays. 

The Merchants' National Bank of 

Newburypokt. Organized 1865. Cap- 
ital 8 120,000. President, Micajah Ltmt. 
Directors, Mica-jab. Lunt, J. J. fcnapp, X. 
Hills, Wm. Graves, John H. Spring, John 
N. Cashing. Cashier, Gyles P. "Stone. 
Discount, daily. 

The Ocean National Bank of New- 

BUKYI'OKT. Organized April. 1865. 
Capital, $150,000. President, William 
Cashing. .Directors, William Cushing, 
William Stone, Charles Lunt. John N. 
Pike, Nicholas Varina, D. T. Wood well, 
Alexander Caldwell, Warren Currier, 
Edward Burrill. C '.shier, Philip H. 
Lunt. Discount, daily. 

First National Bank. Organized 

March 1S64. Capital, §300,000. Presi- 
dent, Charles H. Coffin. Directors, Chas. 
H. Coffin, Eben Sumner, Henrv Cot k, 
Robert Bayley, David Hale, Edward H. 
Little, Horace Ghoate, Robert Couch, 
Wm. Thurston. Cashier, Jacob Stoue. 
Discount, daily. 

NKWTON. 

The Newton National Bank. Organ- 
ized Dec. 15, 1864. Capital, paid op, 
$150,000; authorized, $300,000. Presi- 
dent, Jo.-eph N. Bacon. Directors, Jos. 
N. Bacon, Edward J. Collius, Geo. Hy le, 
Thomas Rice, Jr., Edward Spear. Leon- 
ard Winch. Cashier, Darnel Kingsley. 
Discount, Thursdays. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

The Hampshire County National 

BASK. Organized Mav 7, 1864. Capi- 
tal S-250,000. President, L. Bod nun. 
Directors, L. Bodman, Wdliam H. Dick- 



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}n«on, James C. Anns, W. H. Stoddard. 
James Dunlap, Luke Lyman, Hiram 
Na-h. C<>shir.r, Lewis Wurner. Dis- 
count, d-iily, 

First National Hank of Northamp- 
TON. Organized April Jl t 1864. C;t|>i- 
t.-d, StiMMJOO. President. Joel Haydeg. 
Vice President. Wm. B. Hale, directors, 
Samuel Willis'on, Geo. Allen, S. M. 
Smith, Oliver VVatsor, S. G. Hubbard. 
Cashier, Henry Roberts. Discount, daiiy. 

\orlhampton National B»nk. Or- 
ganized lb*i-5. Capital, $400,000. Pres- 
ident, Eliphalet Williams. Directors, 
Eliphalet Williams, John Clarke, Erastus 
Hopkins, 0>car Edwards, L. Maltby, 
Henry Bright, Eleazer Porter, William 
Skinner. Cashier, James L. Warriner. 
Discount, daily. 

NORTHBOROUGH. 
The Northboroujjjh. National Bank. 

Organized 1864. Capital, $100,000. 
President, George C. Davis. Directors, 
George C. Davis, Cyrus Gale, Wilder 
Bush, John Rice, Jonathan H. Nelson, 
Thomas Corey, Otis Newton, Francis D. 
Brigham, Hamilton B. Fay. Cashier, 
Abraham W. Seaver. Discount, Mon- 
days. 

NORTIIBRTDGE. 

Whitin*ville National Bank, Whl- 
tinsville. Organized Jan. 1805. Capi- 
tal, $100,000. .President, Paul Whitin. 
Directors, Paul Whitin, Charles E. Whit- 
in, John C. Whitin, P. W. Dudlev, Chas. 
P. Whitin, J. Lasell, James F. Whitin. 
Cashier, H. A. Goodell. Discount, Mon- 
day s. 

OXFORD. 

The Oxford National Bank. Organ- 
ized Feb. IS, 1 865. Capital, •$! 00,000. 
President-, Chas. A. Angell. Directors, 
Emory Sanford, Davie B. Kingsbury, 
Samuel C. Paine. Franklin M Farnum, 
Lament B. Corbin, Emory E. Harwood, 
Benjamin A. Corbin, Alexander De Witt. 
Cashier, Wilson Olney. Discount, Tues- 
days. 

PEABODY. 

South Dnnvers National Bank. Or- 
ganized 1864. Capital, 5150,000. Pres- 
ident. E. T. Osborn. Directors, E. \\ 
Osborn, A. A. Abbott, Isaac B. Elliot, 
Joseph Osgood, Jonathan King, E. W. 
J.i> obs. Cashier, G. A. Osborne. Dis- 
count, Tuesdays. 

Warren National Bank. Organized 

1864. Capital, 8250,000. President, 
Lewis Allen, ffirvttors; Stephen Bla- 
ney, J.>hn Finder, Rufus II. Brown, 
Franklin Osborne, George O-borne, 
Elijah W. Upton, C. Warren Osborne, 
Henry A. Hardy. Cashier, Francis 
Baker. Discount", Mondays. 

PITTSFIELD. 
The 4«rvienltia.raJ National Bank of 

PmsFtr.n. Oragnized Mav 1, 1865- 
Capital, 3200,000. President', Ensign H 
Kellogar. Directors, E. H. Kel'logg- 
Phii elms Allen, Thomas F. Plunkett, 
Wm. b. Cooley, W. M. Root, I). S. 
rrancis, Josiah Carter. Edwin Clapp, J. 
N. Dunham. Cashier, J. R. Warriner. 
■DUouuht, daily. 



! The Pittsneld National Bank of 
Pittsfeild. Organized June L0, fS6o. 
Capital, S500,0t»0. President, Julius 
Rockwell. l)ir,rtijvs, Julius Rockwell, 
Thomas Colt, John V. Barker. Henry 
Stearns, Then. Poraeroy, Thomas G. 
Carton, John C. West, James J. Murray, 
H. Colt. Cashier, Edward S. Francis. 
Discount, Tuesdays. 

PLYMOUTH. 
The Old Colony National Bank. 

Organized Feb, 27, 1863. Capital, 5210- 
800. President, Eleazer C. Sherman. 
Directors, E. C. Sherman, J. H. Loud, J. 
Fan-is, L. Lovell, W. H. Nelson, W. R. 
Drew, VV. S. Danforth, S. Loritig, Alexan- 
der Holmes. Cashier, George G. Dyer. 
Discount, .Mondays. 

The Pl> mouth National Bank. Or* 

ganized Dec. 22. 1865. Capital, $200,- 
000. President, Wm. T. Davis. ' Direc- 
tors, Isaac Brewster, Franklin B. Cobb, 
Wm. T. Davis, Timott v Gordon, Benj. 
Hathaway, Elliott Russell, John J. Rus- 
sell, Isaac N. Stoddard of Plymouth, and 
William Savery of Carvpr. Caxkier, I. 
N. Stoddard. Discount, Fridays. 

PROYINCETOWN. 

j The First National Bank of Prov- 

incetown. Organized February, 1^65. 
Capital. $200,0i>0. President, 'Nathan 
Freeman. Directors, Nathan Freeman, 
Eben S. Smith, William Stone, Joseph 
P. Johnson, Henry Cook. Joshua E. 
Bow ley, Joshua Pain^, Srephen Cook, 
William A. Atkins. Cashier, Moses N. 
Gitford. Discount, Mondays. 

QUINCY. 

i National Granite Bank- Organized 
Feb. 23, 1S65. Capital, 8150,000. Pres- 
ident, Charles Marsh. Directors, Alexis 
Torre v, Daniel Baxter, Charles R. 
Mitchell, John D. Whicher, John Faxon. 
James Torrey, Jes~e Bunion. Cashier, 
Horace B. Spear. Discount, Thursdays. 

National Mount Wollaston Bank. 

Organized Sept. 13, 1864. Capital, 
$150,000, President, Edward Turner. 
Directors, Lewis Bass, Wm. S. Perry, 
Edward Turner, Joseph W. Robertson, 
Wm. S. Morton, John Quiucv Adams, 



Eleazer Frederick, Edwin B. Pratt, 
Edward H. Dewson. Cashier, Henry F. 
Barker. Discount, Tuesdays. 



RANDOLPH. 

Randolph National Bank. Organized 

1864. Capital, S200,0OO. President, 
Seth Turner. Directors, Kberiezer Al- 
rten, David Burrell, Abie! Howard, 
Serb Turner, R. W. Tumor, E. South- 
worth, jr., Atherton Wale*. Cashier, 
Henry Stevens. Discount, Mondays. 

ROCK PORT. 

Rock port National Rank. Organized 
1 1865. Capital, S100.U00. President, 
i Ezra Eames Dirtctors, Ezra Eame>, 

John Preston, Addison Gott. 1'avi I 
I Smith. F. Boynton, James W. Bradley, 

Ch :rle< Turrjr. Cashier, Jabea R. Gott, 
I Discount, Wednesdays. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORS. 



SALEM. 

Asiatic National Bank. Organized 

Dec. 8, 1864. Capital, S315;000. Presi- 
dent, Joseph S. Cabot. Directors, Jas. 
I',. Curwen, L. B. Harrington, George 
Wheatou, R. Brookhou.se, John C. Os- 
good, Geo. F. Browne, George H. Alien. 
Cashier, Win. H. Filter. Discount, 
Mondays, Wednesdays, ami Fridays. 

Mercantile National Bank of Salem. 
Organized Jan. 'J, lStiS. Capital; 
$200,000 President, John Dwyer. 
Directors. John Dwyer, Win. F. Nichols, 
Oliver Thayer, Alfred Walen, Aaron 
Perkins. David Moore, John Hu-^e. 
Cashier, Joseph H. Phippen. Discount, 
Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Merchants' National Rank. Organ- 
ized 186-5. Capital, $200,000. Presi- 
dent, Benjnmin H. SiUbee. Directors, 
Benjamin H. Silsbee, J. W. Peele, Wra. 
Vamey, James Upton, Daniel C. Has- 
kell, James P. Cook, Andrew B. Airaon. 
C'shier, Nathaniel B. Perkins. Dis- 
count, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

National Exchange Rank of Salem* 

Organize.! Feo. 4, 1863. Capital, $200- 
000. President, John Webster. Direct- 
org, John Webster, Henrv L. Williams, 
Joseph F. Walden, Wm. N. Lord of 
Peabodv, Stephen G. Wheatland. Na- 
than Nichols, James S. Kimball of 
Salem. Cashier, Joseph H. Webb. 
Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Saleui National Bank. Organized Dec. 

30,1864. Capital, $2*0, 000. President, 
Win. C. Endieott. Directors, Wm. C. 
F.ndicott, Ebon S. Poor, James Cham- 
ber 1 .:! in, Augustus Story, Francis Brown, 
George R. Chapman. Cashier, Geo. D. 
Phippen. Discount, Mondays and j 
Thursdays. 

The First National Bank of Salem. 

Organized April 22. 1.^64. Capital, 
$300,000. Presvlent, William Sutton. 
Directors, Win. Sutton, John Jewett, 
Jame« C. Stirnpson, William P. Good- 
hue, Michael W. Shepardi. Geo. W. Kune, 
C. C. Pettingell, Ebeu Sutton, William 
Sutton, jr. Cashier, Edward H. Pay- 
eon. Discount, Mondays and Thurs- 
day.. 

Tilt; Naumkeasf National Bank of 

SALEM. Organized December. 1864. 
Capital, 3300,000. President, Charles 
H. Fabens. Directors, Francis Cox, 
Charles H. Fabens, Charles H. Miller, 
William B. Parker, R. P. Watery B. A. 
West. C-itkim, Joseph H. Towne. 
Discount, daily. 

SALISBURY. 
Powow-fliver National Bank. Or- 
ganized April 30. 18*5. Capital, §100. 
000. President, Jonathan P.. Webster. 
Directors, Joua. B. Webster, David L. 
Dearborn, J,,>hua Colby, Daniel Web- 
ster, Jose;>h X. Clark, Seth Ciark, T. J. 
Clark. C-shitr, Geo. F. Bagley. Dis- 
count, Monday-. 



ors, J. B. Bardwell, H. H. Mayhew, Sol- 
omon Sinead, E. G. Lam-on. Ebem-zer 
Mavnard, J. W. <j;irdn.-r, W. H. Mav- 
nard, S. D. Bardwell, C. W. Shattuek. 
(Joshicr, O. P. Mavnard. Discount. Tues- 
days and Fridays. 

SOUTHBRIDGK. 

The Southt>ri«lt!:»- National Bank. 

Organized April 1, 1865. Capital, S»50,- 
000. President, S. M. Lane. Directors, 
S. M. Lane, Jacob Edwards, Jno. Ed- 
wards, Manning Leonard, C. A. Pai_' rt , 
John P. Stedman, J. O. McKinstry. 
Cashier, F. L. Chapin. Discount, Mon- 
days. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

A^jawam National Bank of Spring- 

field. Organized, April, 1865. Capi- 
tal, §300,000 President Marvin Chapin. 

Directors, Marvin Chapin, A. I. Bemis, 
Daniel L. Harris, L. J. Powers J. A. 
Rumriil, J. B. Vinton, J. B. M. Stebbius, 
E. Southworth. Cashier, F. S. Bailey. 
Discount, daily. 

Chicopee National Bank. Organized 

1865. Capital, $400,000. President. H. 
S. Lee. Directors, H. Fuller, Jr., G. O. 
Buss, J. D. Brewer, E. W. Bliss, P. F. 
Wilcox, Horace Smith, H. S. Lee. Cash- 
ier, Thomas Warner, Jr. Discount, 
daily. 

John Hancock National Bank. Or- 
ganized 1865. Capital, -S 150,000. Pres. 
ident, R. S. Moore. Cashier, Edmund D- 
Ctiapin. Discount, daily. 

Pyncbon National Bank. Organized 

April, 1S65. Capital. $150,000. Presi- 
dent, H. N. Case. Directors. H. N. Case, 
Willis Phelps. E. W. Bond, Homer Foot. 
B. K. Bliss, N. W. Taicott, Daniel Pynch- 
on, Daniel Colton. Cashier, Charles 
Marsh. Discount, daily. 

The First National Bank of Sprijijg- 

Kitxn. Organized April 4, 1863. Cap- 
ital, §300,000. President, James Kirk- 
ham. Directors, James Kirkham, Wm. 
K. Baker. Henrv Morris, Geo. E. How- 
ard, O. H. Greenleaf, D. B. Wesson, T. 
W. Wason. Cashier, James D. Sartbrd. 
Discount, daily. 

Second National Bank of Spring- 

fikld. Organized Jan. 5, 1864. Capi- 
tal, S300.000. President, Henry Alexan- 
der. Jr. Directors, Henry Alexander. Jr., 
Benj. Day, Josiah Hooker, Geo. B. Mor- 

I ris, William Gunn, Gurdon Bill, Alfred 

i Rowe, Horace Kibbe, Hinsdale Smith. 

j Cashier, Lewis Warriner. Discount, 

| daily. 

| Third National Bank of Springfield. 

I Organize.! Feb. 20, 1^34. Capital. S500,- 

000. President, George Walker. Directors, 
j Gs>orge Walker, John L. King, Edmund 

Freeman, Clark W. Bryan, John Wells, 
j James H. Morton, Joseph Carew, J. C. 

Parson-;, Aaron Bogg. Cashier, Fred. 

H. Harris. Discount, daily. 

STOCKBRIDGE. 



Siir.LBURN'E FALLS. 
The Shellmrn* Falls National Banli 
Organized Ajug. 24, 1865. Capital, S150 
000. PresulcitL J. B. Bardwell. Dirtvt-\ hams. Directors, D. K. Williams, C. M 



The Housatonio A'ational Bunk of 

Stockbhioce. Organized July 1. 1" ■■■ 
Capital, 5200,000. President, D. P. Wil 



BANKS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



601 



(Wen, Se*h Seymour, John Z. Good- 
rich, T. O. Hurlbut. Cashier, D. A. 
Kimball. Discount, Mondays. 

TAUNTON. 

Taunton National B.»uk. Organized 
ItiflS. Capital, 5800,000. President, 
Lovett Morse. Directors, Lovefct Morse, 
A.llcn Presbrev, Philip K. Hill, Herirv G. 
Keel, Coo. M. Woodward, Wm. It. Dav- 
enport, Henry W. Morse, William Mason, 
Harrison Tweed, John E. Sandford, Cal- 
vin Kingman, Thompson Newbury. 
Cashier, C. J. H. Bassett. Discount, 
daily. 

The Bristol County National Bank. 
Organized Jan 30,1865. Capital, $500,- 
000. President, Theodore* Dean. Direct- 
ors, Theodore Dean, Edwin Keith, H. VV. 
Church, Salmon Washburn, Albert Field, 
Oliver Ames, James H. Anthony. Wil- 
liams Latham, S. N. Staples. Cashier, 
Williams Brewster. Discount, daily. 

The Machinists' National Bank of 

Taunton. Organized May 21, 1S85. 
Capital, 8200,000. President, C. R. Vick- 
ery. Directors, C R. Viekery, E. H. 
Bennett, Samuel Colby, Artemas Briegs, 
A. J. Barker, G. B. At wood, J. P. Ellis, 
T. R. Drake, C. L. Lovering, Horace 
Lewis. Cashier, B. C. Viekery. Dis- 
count, daily. 

* TOWNSENT). 
The Towuseud National Bank. Or- 
ganized Eeb. ISnj. Capital, $ 100,000. 
President, Walter Fessepden. Directors, 
W. Fessenden, J. N. Tucker. C. E. Pow- 
ers, F. W. Wright, Daniel Needham, A. 
L. Fessenden. Cashier, Edward Ordway. 
Discount, Mondays. 

UXBPvIDGE. 
The Blackstone National Bank of 

UXBittDGE. Organized March 28, 1865. 
Capital, S'lOO.OUO. President, Moses Taft. 
Directors, Moses Taft, Fenner Batcheller, 
Siias M. Wbeelock, Jacob Taft, Luke S. 
Zalok A. Taft, M. S. Brown. 
E. W. Havward. Discount, Mon- 



Farnum, 
Caskier, 

davs. 



WAKEFIELD. 
The National Bank of South Read- 

ing. Organized Jnlv IV, L865. Capi- 
tal, $100,000. President., Thomas Emer- 
son. Directors, Thomas Emerson, Lu- 
cius Beebe, Samuel Gardner, Geo. O. 
Carpenter, Edward Mansfield, Cyrus 
Wakefield. Cashier, LxWey Eaton. Dis- 
count, Tuesdays. 

WALTHAM. 
Waltliam National Bank. Organized 
1865. Capital,- S 150,000. President, F. 
M. Stone. Directors, F. M. Stone, Hora- 
tio Moore, Geo. Lawtoo, J. T. tlemen- 



way, W. W. Clark, VI :n 
Parmeuter, Win. P. Ch 
Ctsliier, J. S. Williams, 
davs. 

WARE. 
Ware National Bank. 
comber, 1864. Capital, S 
irttrri, Win. II vie. Directo 
Orriu Sag<\ .foseph Hartw 



Foster, J. W. 
Ids, R. Scott. 
Discount, Mon- 



Orjranized I)e- 
J50.000. I'rts- 
>rs, Win. Hyde, 
, Otis Lane, 
William Mixtt-r. "Ezra Cary, John Ward, 
John Warner, Nathan Richardson, Em- 
mons Twitched. Crshur, William S. 
Hyde. Discount, daily. 



WAREHAM. 

The National Bank of AVarelmm. 
Organized July, 1865. Capital, S100,- 
000. President, J. B. Tobey. Direct- 
ors, J. B. Tohev Jesse Murdoch, Curtis 

Tobev. M. S. F Tohev, William Saverv, 
S. F/Tobev. Ccishi-.r, T. R. Miles. Dis- 
count, Mondays. 

WESTBOROUGH. 

First National Bank of WVstboro'. 

Organized April, 1864, Capital, $100,- 
O'iu. President, John A. Fayerweather. 
Directors, .John A. Fayerweather, Noah 
Nasonj Henry Bigelow, Lyman Belknap, 
Horace Forbusb, Albert J. Burnap, 
Franklin Este. Cashier, George O. Brig- 
ham. Discount, Mondays. 

WEST FIELD. 

First National Bank of Westfield. 

Organized Jan. L.1S64. Capital. S2'0,- 

000. President, Wm. G. Bates. Direct- 
ors, Wm. G. Bates, Charles A. Jessop, 
Caleb Alden, Cutler Lailin, Jttsper B. 
Band, Henry J. Bush, Charles Fcwler 
M. B. Whitney, George L. Laflin, Clias. 

1. Snow. Cashier, H. Hooker. Discount, 
dailv. 

The Hampden National Bank of 
Westfield. Organized July 5, 1865. 
Capital, §150,000. President, Edward 
B. Gillett. Directors, Edward B. Gillett, 
II. Harrison, W. 0. Fletcher, S. Fowler, 
A. Fowler, Edwin Smith, Reuben Noble, 
James P. Cooley, R. Weller. Cashier, 
It. Weller. Discount, daily. 

WEYMOUTH. 
First National Bank of South Wey- 

MdfTH Or-g«nized Nov. 1864. Capital, 
$150,000. President, John S. Fogg. 
Vice President, Josiah Reed. Directors, 
John S. Fogg, Josiah Peed. Jas. Tirrcll, 

Theron V. Shaw, Lorins; Tirrell, Alfred 
Tirrell, B. F. White. ~ Cashier, B. F. 
White. Discount, Mondays. 

The Union National Bank of Wey- 

m<>i:th. Organized duly 26, Ibo-i. Cap- 
ital, £300,000. President, Minot Tirreli. 
Directors, Minot Tirrell, Oilman Burell, 
Thomas Humphrey, James Jones, Jo- 
seph Loud, Albert" Humphrey, Amos S. 
White, Jonathan French, John W. Loud. 
Cashier, John W. Loud. Discount, Tues- 
days. 

WINCH ENDON. 
The First National Bank of Win- 

CHEKDON. Organized 1864. Capital, 
$150,000. President, J. H. Fairbank. 
Directors, J. H. Fairbank. Orlando Ma- 
son, Sidney Fairbank, William Smith, 
Nelson D." White, I. B. Sawyer. ('. J. 
Bice. Cashier, C. L. Beals. * Discount, 
Mondays. 

WO BURN. 
The First National Bank of Wo- 

KUUN. Organized dan. IS, 1865. Capi- 
tal, 8300,000. President, J. B. Winn. 
Directors, J. B. Winn, Moses F. Winn, 
Charles Bond, John Hill, Stephen Nich- 
ols, Horace Conn, Samuel 0. Pollard, K. 
N. Biake, J. Johnson. Cashier, E. J. 
Jeuks. Discount, Mondays. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



WORCESTER. 

City Rational Bank of Worcester. 
Organized July, 1&64. Capital. $400,- 
wo. President, George W. Kichardson- 

Directors, George W. Klchardson, Cal- 
vin Foxier, Lewis Barnard, Henry Cha- 
pin, George M. Rice, James B.Blake, 
Loring Goes. Cashier, Math. Paine. 

Discount, Mondays. 

First National Bank of Worcester. 
Organized Sept. 1863. Capital, S300,- 
000. President, E. A. Goodnow. Direct- 
ors, E. A. Goodnow, T. VV. Wellington, 
H. Williams, C. B. Pratt, R. C. Taylor', 
Edwin Morse, Thomas Rice, L. W. 
Prouty. Cashier, Arthur A. Goodell. 
Discount, Fridays. 

TKe Central National Bank. Organ- 
ized May IS, 1864. Capital, S300,uOO. 
President, John C. Mason. Directors, 
John C. Mason, Joseph Mason, P. L. 
Hoen, Thos. L. Nelson, Samuel R. Hey- 
wood, L. W. Pond, A. N. Currier, L. J. 
Knowles. Cashier, H. A. Marsh. Dis- 
count, Mondays. 

The Citizens* Rational Bank of 

Worcester. Organized Feb. 1665. 
Capital, S 150,000. President, F. H. Kin- 
nicutc. Directors, F. H. Kinnicutt, An- 
thonv Chase, D. Waldo Lincoln, A. H. 
Bullock, T. M. Rogers. J. H. Clark, J. D. 
Washburn. Cashier, John C. Ripley. 
Discount, Mondays. 

The Qiiinsigamoud Rational Bank 

of Worcester. Organized Mav 1, 
1805. Capital, $260,000. President, Isaac 
Davis. Directors, Isaac Davis, Samuel 



H. Colton, Wm. Dickinson, E. R. Stod- 
dard, Joseph Walker, Chas. L. Potnam, 
Draper Buggies, Kichard Ball, Edward 
L. Davjs. Cashier, J. S. Farnum. Dis- 
count, Mondays. 

Mechanics' Bt'ationnl Bank of Wor- 

(i:-tkh. Organized June 1,1865. Cap- 
ital, $350,000. President, Harrison Bhs . 
Director*, Harrison Bli-s, F. H. Dewev, 
C. W. Smith, D. S. Messtnger, .J. M. C. 
Armsby, R. E. Warren, Calvin Taft, 
Stephen Sawyer, Joseph Murdock. 
Cashier, G. E. Merrill. Discount, Tues- 
days. 

The Worcester National Bank. Or- 
ganized May 9, 1864. Capital, 55 i\000. 
President, Stephen Salisbury. Vice Pres- 
ident, Wm. Cross. Directors, Stephen 
Salisbury, William Cross, Benjamin F. 
Hey wood, Stephen Salisbury, Jr., Geo. 
Crompton, Edward Earle. Cashier, 
James P. Hamilton. Discount, Tuesdays. 

WRENTHAM. 

National Bank of Wrmtham. Or- 
ganized 1865. Capital, S 105,000. Pres- 
ident, C. Fisher. Cashier, F. N. Plymp- 
ton. Discount, Monday. 

YARMOUTH. 

The Pirat National Bank of Var- 
mouth. Organ.zed July h, 1864. Cap- 
ital, $525,000. President, Stth Cro- 

weli. Directors, Seth Crovvell, Davi 1 
K. Akin, George Mars ton, Na*h. S. 
Simpkins, Valentine Doane, James B. 
Crocker, Ephraim N. Winslow. Cashier, 
Amos Otis. Discount, Mondays. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



(Boston Savings Banks on page 608^) 

Abington Savings Bank. Abington | Beverly Savings Bank, Beverly. Jin:. 



Centre. Inc. IS53. President, Jenkins 
Lane; Treasurer, J. X. Farrar. 
JEast Abington Savings Bank, Inc. 
1S68. President, Sumner Shaw; Treas- 
urer,, Zenas Jenkins. 



1867. President, Wm. Endicoct; Treas- 
urer, R. G. Bennett. 
Brighton Five-Cents Savings Bank, 
Brighton. Inc. 1891. President, James 
Dana; Treasurer, J. L. Ordway. 
s , Cainbii&ge Savings Ba life .Cambridge. 
Organized 1864. President, Charles Ad- j Inc n l8a _t President, Stephen! l.Jrai- 
aras; Treasurer, S. C. Carter. we!l ' 2 measurer, Lben Snow. 

Cambrldgeport Savings Bank, Cam- 
Anclover, Audover .Inc. iS3i. President, j bridgepoVt. Inc. 1853. President, Benj. 

.Nathaniel Swift; Treasurer, John Haiti. I Tilton; Treasurer, Lucius R. Paige. 
Arlington Five-Cents Savings iinnJk, j East Cambridge Five-Cents Savings 
Arlington. Inc. i860, /'resident. Sam- j Bank, East Cambridge. Inc. l v 4. 
uel ButterSeld; Treasurer, William) President, George Stephens; Treasurer, 
Proctor. | John Savage, Jr.-; Sec- Lorenzo Marrett. 

..,._, .-. , "._ , , , | Canton Institutions for Savings, Can- 

At , ho1 i a ^"^; At ') nl J>PP»t» a AthoI. tun i nc . iS35. President, Charles H. 
Inc. 186-*. PresulentC. C. Bassett ; | Ffe ' nch r ,. msttr K . w . Douse. 
Treasurer, A. Hard.ng, Jr. Ch* Uptown Five-Cents Savings 

North Attlefcbroagh Savings Bank, ! Bank, Charlestown. Inc. 18' 4. Presi- 
No. Attieboro', Artleboro'. Inc. 186* ,/, , r, p. ,J. Stone; Treasurer, Amos 
President, Kzefciei Bates; Treasurer, II. Stone; Secretary, Duncan Bradford. 
I. Daygett. | Warren Institution for Savings, 

Barnstable Savings Bank* Barnstable. Chulestowu. Inc. 1829, President, .las. 
Inc. Is;jI. Pre&dent, Josiah Hinckley ; j Adams-; Treasurer, George F. Tufts; 
Treasurer, John Munrue. ' ' Secretary, Geo. S. Poole. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



603 



Chelsea Savings Bank , Chelsea. Inc. 
l-,')l. Prtwient, John H. Osgood ; Treas- 
urer, S.Baasett; Secretary, Isaiah M. At- 

Chlcopee Savins* Bank Chicopee. 

Inc. l c 54. President, dcrome Wells; 
Treasurer, Henry H. Uarri^. 

Clinton, Clinton. Inc. iv.1. President, 
friinkiiu Forbes; Treasurer, C. L. S 
Hammond. 

Cohasset Savings B*!ik, Cohasset. 
Inc. 184*3. President, Abraham H. Tow- 
er; Treasurer, Levi N. Bates. 

Middlesex Institution ft>r Saving, 
Concord. lac. 1835. President, George 
M. Brooks; Treasurer,. J. M. Cheney. 

Danvers, Danvers. Inc. 1>50. President, 
Rufus Putnam; Treasurer, \V. L. Wes- 
ton. 

Dedham Institution for Savings, 
Dedham. Inc. 1831. President, E Bur- 
gess; Secretary and Treasurer, Calviu 
Guild. 

Dorchester, Dorchester. Inc. 1853. Presi- 
dent Dane! Denny; Treasurer, Edward 
Pierce. 

ZVorth Easton Savings Bank, North 
Easton, Easton. Inc. 18t>4. President, 
Fred. L. Ames; Treasurer, P. A. Gif- 
ford. 

Fairkaven Institution for Savings, 
Fairhaven. Inc. 1832. President, I. F. 
Terry; Treasurer, Charles Drew. 

Citizens Savings Bank, Fall River. 
Inc. 185 L President, Joseph Osoorn; 
Treasurer, E. E. Hathaway. 

Fall River .Five Cents, Fall River. 
Inc. 1855. Presllent, S. A. Chace; 
Treasurer, C. J. Holmes. 

Pall raver, Fall River. Inc. 1828. Pres- 
ident, J. B. French;- Treasurer, J. F. 
Lindse y. 

Fitehburg Savings Bank, Fitchbarg. 
Inc. 184*3. President, Nathaniel Wood; 
Treastirer, Flbeuezer Torre y. 

Worcester IVorth Savings In.titu- 
tio.v, Fitchbarg. Inc. 1868. President, 
Moses Wood; Secr<:tar>/, L. H. Brad- 
ford; Treasure, H. A. Willis. 

Fox bo rough, Foxboroujih, Inc. Is55. 
Prtstde.nl, Utis Gary; Treasurer and 
Secretary, Wm. H. Thomas. 

Framingham Savings K.ink, Fra- 
miughain. Inc. 1S46. President, M. Ed- 
ge!!; Treasurer, C. S. Adams. Dici- 
dends, In Saturday in May and Novem- 
ber. Qnirter days, 1st Saturday in May, 
August, November, and February. 

Carduer Savinsrs Bank. Gardner. Inc. 
186S. President, Charles Hey wood; 
Treasurer, John D. Edgell. 

Cape Ann Savings Bank, Gloucester- 
Inc. 1848. President, Gorham P. how; 
Treasure-, Alfred Presson; Secretary, 
Benj. F. Somes. 

Franklin Savings Institution, Green- 
field. Inc. 1834. Presi/lent, Henry W. 
Clapp. Treasurer, Wm. H. Allen. 

Canr tod K"ivi -Ceut* Savings Bank, 
Hajwtch. Inc. 1^55. President, Nathan- 
iel bqow; Treasurer, Obed Brooks. 

Haverhiil Saving* Bank, Havtrhill. 
Inc. 1838, P,eside?U,Jvh> A. Appieton; 

Treasurer, A. ii. J.ajues. 



J Ilingham Institution for Saving*. 
Hitlgham. Inc. I«:i4. President, I. 
Barnes; Treasurer, II. C. Harding. 
I Holyoke Savings Bank, Holvoke; 
Inc. 1855. Presvhni, Joel Ruasell. 
Treasurer,R. B. Johnson. 

Ilopkintou Savings Bank, Hopkin- 
tou. Inc. 18G7. President, L. 11. Bow- 
ker; Treasurer, K. F. Oar! in. 

Lancaster Savings Hunk, Lancaster. 
Inc. 1845. President, Henry- Wilder; 
Treasurer, Caleb T. Symmes. 

Essex Savinsrs Bank. Lawrence. Inc. 
1847. President, Geo. D. Cabot; Treas- 
urer, darner H. Eaton. 

Lawrence Savings Bank, Lawrence. 
Inc. 1868. Pi-esident, Milton Bonney; 
Treasurer, William R. Spalding. 

Lee Savings Bank. Lee. Inc. 1832. 
President, Harrison Garfield; Treasurer, 
John L. Kilbon. 

Leominster Savings Bank, Leomin- 
ster. Inc. 18C7. President. Leor:ard 
Burrage; Treasurer, J. C. Allen. 

City Institution for Savings, Lowell, 
Inc. 1847. President, Nathan Allen; 
Treasurer, J. A. Buitrick. 

Lowell Five-Cents Savings Bank, 
Lowell. Inc. 1SS4. President. Horatio 
Wood; Treasurer, Artemas S. Tyler. 

Lowell Institution for Savings, 
Lowell. Inc. 1829. President, Theodore 
Edson; Treasurer, Jame- G. Carney. 

Mechanics' Savings Bunk, Lowell. 
Inc. 1861. President, W. A. Burke; 
Treasurer, J. F. Rogers. 

Lynn Five-Cents Savings Bank, 
Lynn. Inc. 1854. Presi/lent, Thos. B. 
Newhall; Treasurer, Benj. V. French. 

Lynn Institution for Savings, Lynn. 
Inc. 1826. President, Jos. N. Sannder- 
son; Treasurer, Amos Rhodes; Asst. 
Treasurer, E. Lovejoy. 

Maiden. Maiden Centre. Inc. 16V>0. Pres- 
ident, Henry Barrett; Treasurer, Charles 
Merrill. 

Marlborough Savings Bank, Marl- 
borough. Inc. lido. President, Mark 
i Fay; ^Treasurer, Edmund C. Whitney. 

I Milford, Milford. Inc. 1851. President, 
0. Lnderwood; Treasurer, A. G. Under- 
wood. 

{ 3Iillbury, Millbury. Inc. 1854. Presi- 
dent, Thos. J. tlarrington. Treasurer, 
1>. At wood. 

Nantncket Institution for Savings, 

Nantucket. Inc. 1834. President, Ceo. 
Cobb. Treasurer, Matthew Barney. 

Xatick Five-Cents Savings Bank, 

Natick. Inc. Ib59. President, John 
Kimball. Treasurer, Nathaniel Clark. 

\e\v Bedford Five-Cents Savings 

Bank, New Bedford. Inc. 1855. Presi- 
dent, G. Howland, jr. Treasurer, B. 
Ricketson, jr. 

New Bedford Institution for Sav- 
i.ngs, New Bedford. Inc. 1825. Presi- 
dent Thos. Mandeit. 7're.asurer, Wm. 
C. Oeitin. 

ZVevvboryport Five-Cents Savl?igs 

Bank. Newburyport. Inc. 1854. J'resi- 
deiit, David Wood. Treasurer and Sec- 
retary, J. A. Mayuard. 



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Institution for Saving*, Newburyport. i South Scltuate SavingH Hank. South 
Inc. 1820. President, Edward S. Mose- Scituate. Inc. 1884. President, Mosea 
It*y. Treasurer, Richard Stone, titer?- j P. Rogers. Treasurer, E. T. Fogg. 
tnry, Philip EC. Hills. _. _ . _ , 

J ' r , Hampden, Springfield Inc. 1852. Presi- 

Newton Institution for Saving, , dent, Stephen C. Bern is. Treasurer and 

Newton Corner. Inc. 1881. President, j Secretary, K. S. Bailey. 

Geo. Hyde. Treasurer, E. J. Collins. ' «„..., „« , . »<- r . c. 

' j Springiirld cive-Cent* Savings 

North tttams, North Adams. Inc. 18*8. Bank Springfield. Inc. 1S54. Presi- 

President, Rodman H. Wells. Treasurer, i dent, Joseph C. Pynchon. Treasurer, 

Ezra D. VVhitaker. |. Daniel I. Marsh. 

Northampton Institution for Sav- | Spriasfielrt Savings Cunk, Springfield. 

ings, Northampton. Inc. 1542. Presi-' Inc. IK53. President, Henry Closson. 
rfeni, William Allen. Treasurer, L. I Treasurer, George W. Porter. 
Maltby. j stoneham Five-Cents Saving- Bank, 

North Brhlgev*ater Savings Bank, ! StOneham. Inc. 1855. President, Beii- 
North Bridgewater. Inc. 1851. Presi- j j*«»nin F. Richardson. Treasurer, Ira 
dent, Henry W. Robinson. Treasurer, Gerry. 

Edward Southworth, jr. Bristol County Savings Bank, Tauir 

North Brookiieltl Savings Bank,} ton - Inc. 1846. President, Jos. Wiibnr- 
North Brookfield. Inc. 1854. President J Treasurer, George B. Atwood. 

Walt ha nt, Waltham. Inc. 1853. Presi- 
dent, Horatio .Moure. Treasurer, J. S. 
Williams. 



Charles Adams, jr. Treasurer, B. Xye. 

Warren Five-Cents Savings Bank, 

Peabody. Inc. 1854. President, Geo. 
Osborne. Treasurer, Francis Baker. 

Berkshire County Savings Bank, 

Pittsfield. Inc. 1846. President, Julius 
Rockwell. Treasurer, B. W. Adam. 

Plymouth Five-Cents Savings 

Bank, Plymouth. Inc. 1855. Presi- 
dent, Leander Lovell. Treasurer, Dan- 
iel J. Robbins. 

Plymouth, Plymouth. Inc. 1828. Presi- 
dent, N. Russell. Treasurer, A. Dan- 
forth . 

Seamen's Savings Bank, Province- 
town. Inc. 1851. President, David 
Fairbanks. Treasurer, John Young, jr. 

Q,uincy Savings Bank, Quincy; Inc- 
3,846. President, Daniel Raster. Treas- 
urer, Horace B. Spear. 

Randolph Savings Bank, Rando ph- I . ' , eoQ D -, , , . ' , v 7 , „, , 
i iw-i v> -ft \*i \ \v , ■> inc. 18.j>3. President, John W. Loud 

Inc. lbol. President, Atnerton Wale 



Ware Savings Bank, Ware. Inc. 1850. 
President, Win. Hyde. Treasurer, Otis 

Lane. 

Wareham Savings Bank, Wareham. 
Inc. 1847. President, J. B. Tooey. 
Treasurer, Thomas R. Miles. 

Webster Five-Cents Savings Bank, 

Webster. President, H. H. Stevens. 
Treasurer, Edwin May. Secretary, J. 
A. Dresser. 

Wellfitet Savings Bank, YVellfleet. 
Inc. 1863. President, Richard R. Free- 
man. Treasurer, Simeon Atwood. 

Westfield, Westfield. Inc. 1852. Presi- 
dent, Charles A. Jessup. Treasurer, V. 
j W. Crowson. 



Secretary and Treasurer, S-eth Turner. 

Bockport Savings Bank, Rockport. 

Inc. 1^53. President, Henry Dennis. 
Treasurer, Newell Giles. Secretary, 
Eoeu Blatchford. 

Salem Five -Cents Savings Bank, 

Saiein. Inc. 1855. President, Henry 
L. Williams. Treasurer, 0. H. Hender- 
son. 

Salem, Salem. Inc. ISIS. President, Jos- 
eph S. Gabot. Treasurer, Charles E. 
By moods. 

Salisbury and Amesbnry. Salisbury. 
Inc. 1828. President, Win. C. Binne'y. 
Treasurer, Thomas J. Clark. 



Treasurer, Amos S. White. 

South Weymouth Savings Bank, 
Weymouth. Inc. 1868. President, Al- 
bert Tirrell. Treasurer, B. F. White. 

Winchciidou Savings Bank, Win- 
chendon. Inc. 1854. Prtsiiient, , Eph- 

raim Murdock, jr. Treasurer, Charles. 

L. Reals. 

Woburn Five-Cents Savings Bank, 

Wobum. Inc. 1854. President, Stephen 
Dow. Treasurer, James N. Dow. 

People's Savings Bank, Worcester. 
Inc. 1864. President, J. C. Mason. 
Treasurer, C M. Bent. Secretary, B. 
C. Rice. 



Worcester Mechanics, Worcester. In-'. 
Sandwich Savings Bank, Sandwich.! 1851. President, Harrison Bliss. Stcrc- 
Inc. Ifc66. President, William E. Boy- tary and Treasurer, Henry Wood war J. 

Worcester Five-Cent Savings Rank, 
Worcester. Inc. 1854. Presidrtit,Vhii*. 
L. Putnam. Treasurer, Clarendon Har- 
ris, Secretary, K. B. Stoddard. 



den. Vice-President, Jonathan Leonard. 
Treasurer, Charles B. Hall. 



Shelhurne Fulls Five-Outs Savings 

Bank. .Vuelnurne Fails. Inc. 1855. 
President, F. A. Ball. Treasurer, A. K. 

Hawks. 



Worcester County Institution for 

Savings, Worcester. Inc. 1828. I rtti 
Southbrldge Savings Bank, Smith- dent, Stephen Salisbury. Treasurer 
bridge. Inc. 1848. President, Samuel j Charles A. Hamilton. Secretary, J- 

Hartwell. Treasurer, Samuel M, Lane. [ Henry Hill. 



BANKS IN BOSTON. 



Atlantic STationo! Bank, No. 8 KlLBY Street : 
— [mwporated, \&l& ; Capital, $750,000; President, 
I -a~io l'nitt. jr.; Cashier, Benjamin D'.dd; Asst. 
(W'>r,G«o, \V. Dodd; Directoi's, John Pearce. G. 
\V. A. Williams, Isaac Pratt, Jr., Abe! G. I'ock, 
.John A. Dodd, Henry Claflin, Edwin A. Kobinson, 
►:. tr. Mckerson, John E. Lyon; Teller, .1 nines T. 
Urown; Bookkeeper, Geo. Wm. Dodd; Discount 
tVerk, Wm. G. Dodd ; Messenger, Martin M. French. 
Discount, Monday and Thursday at l, p. m. 

AtJn-* National Bank, No. 10 KlLBY STREET:— 
Incorporated, l&W; Organized as National, 1864; 
Capital, 8I,0»»0,000; President, M. Day Kimball; 
Cashier, Charles L Lane; Directors, M- Day Kim- 
MI, Warren Fisher, Jr., John II. Foster, John G. 
Wethereil, Isaac W. How, Thos.B. Wales. Shelton 
Hurry, Frederick L. Richardson; First Teller, Ben- 
jamin l\ Lane; Second Teller, Geo. D. Sargent; 
Itookkeeper, Honry W. Richards; Messenger and 
Collection Clerk, Fred. 31. Osborne. Discount, 
Tuesday and Friday, li, P.M. 



Bank of the Metropolis, No. 43 STATE STREET: 
Private Bunk; Organized 1858; Capital, $:$G0,000; 
>auuiel A. Way, <t Co, — Directors, Samuel A. Way, 
V. O. French" E. M. Simmons; Cashier, F. 0. 
French; Paying Teller,!!,. A. Tainter; Bookkeeper, 
K 31. Simmons'; Discount Clerk, XV. W. McNaught; | 
rtorfr, H. Kellogg, Jr.; Receiving Teller, W. H. j 
Varnum; Specie Clerk, Charles H. Smith; Messen- 
gers, A. B I'oo'.e, T. G. Edwards, J. F. Harahan. 
Discount, daily at 12, >i. 

Black-stone National Bank, Union, CORNER | 

Hanover Street: — Incorporated. 1851; Capital, | 
$1,000,000: President, Fred. Gould; Cashier, Joshua 
boring; Directors, Frederick Gould, Dexter Roby, \ 
Loyal Lovejoy, Henry Cutter, George W. Cbipman. 
Xehemiah P. Mann, E. Boynton, Jr., Job A. 
Turner; Paying Teller, Thos. VV'inship; Receiving 
Teller, J, C Hartshorn; Bookkeeper, John A. Mc- 
Kown; Second Bookkeeper, XV. E. Cowdrey; Dis- 
count Clerk, S. D. Coring; Collection and Assistant 
Clerk. John M. Davis; Messenaer, Frederic A. San- 
born. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at i~, M. 

Boston National Bank, No. 61 STATE ST. : 

—Incorporated, 185'$; Capital, §1,000,000; President, 
Lyman Nichols; Cashier, Charles B. Hall; Direc- I 
tors, Lyman NichoD, Jonathan Preston, Fzra j 
Ktrnsworth, David L. Webster, Charles S. Kendall, j 
Wm. Ctunston. Samuel Blake, F. A. Hawlev, H. I 
I*. Cushm<r; Teller. D. B. Hallefct; '-Discount ClerkA 
fheodore Baker; Bookkeeper, James H. liouve; 
Assistant. Clerk, Albert Floyd; Messenger, B. F.Gil- j 
bert. Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at 11, a. m. 

Koylston National Bank, BOYLSTON, CORNER 
Washington Street:— Incorporated, i,s-c>: Cap- 1 
ital, $.300,000; President, Joseph 1*. Bailey ; Cashier. \ 
John J. Soreti ; Directors, Joseph T. Batlev, Wm. 1 
Barker, Luther Blodgett, Thos. Upham, William 
Brown, Edwin Pope, Chas. A. Cununings; Paying \ 
Teller, Charles Woodward; Receiving Tiler, Chas. ! 
VV. Snow; Bookkeeper, Dependence S. Waterman; 
Messenger, Edward A. Church; Clerk, Geo. Brown. ! 
Discount, Wednesday and Saturday, at U, A. m. 

Broadway National Hank, No. 10 Buoahwa V : 

— Incorporated, 1*53; Capital, $"200,000; Presi- 
dent , Ilenrv Souther ; Cashier, Horace II. White; 
Directors; Wm. Karon, Samuel Feeds, Henrv South- 
er, Joseph Smith, Richard J. Monks, J a be/ Fred- 
erick, Isaac Adams, Wm. H. Hill, Axel Dearborn, i 
A rttila Adams; Messenger and Z'etfcr, Josiah Hinck- j 
ley, Jr. Discount, Weuuesday. ' 

Colombian National Hank, Xo 40 STATE St.: 

— Incorporated, I>\."J : Capital, $l,0lK>,00u; Presid 'nt, I 
JohnT. Codidge; C-ixhier, J.M.Gordon; Direc- 
tor*, John T. Coolid^e, Geo. W. Lyman, Chad. 
Henrv Parker, (ieoi-L-e ii. Barnard, T. Jefferson 
Coolidge, John Gard'ier, Isaac Sweetser, .l;>*. S ( 
Levering, G. B. Chase; Teller, (i. W. Benson; 
Gwkkeepar, Thompson Baxter; Discount ClerkA 
*'har!.-s C. Davis; Messenger, Benj. F. Sawyer Dis- j 
•Hint, Monday and Thursday. 1 



Continental National Bank, CHAUXCYSTREk i , 
corner Bedford:— Organized as Male Bunk 
lWiO; Capital, $500,000; President, Oliver DitKon; 
Vice-President, William P. Hurt; Cashier, Juaiea 
Swan; Directors,- Oliver Dit>on, John II. li:or»- 
dike, George H. Davis, Elijah C. Drew, Wm. k. 
Clark, Hartley Ford, Jonas Fitch, Fred. W. Lincoln, 
Jr., Wm. T. Hart; Teller, Chas. F. Smiih; Bool- 
keeper, J. J. Howe; Discount Clerk, William Cook: 
Messenger and Collection Clerk, A. D. Swan. Dis- 
count, Tuesday and Friday, at 9, a. m. * 

Elliot Notional Bank, JJo. 25 STATE STREET : —J 
Incorporated, 1853; Capital, 81.000,000; President, 
John Demeritt; Cashier, R. B. Conant; Director*! 
.John Demeritt, Wm. H. Goodwin, Walter Hast- 
ings, John P. liobinson, Stephen Tiltou, George A. 
Curtis, Joseph H. White, 'lhomas F. Proctor;' J'oy-, 
ing Teller, F. Harrington; Receiving Teller, F. ,N . 
Chapman; Bookkeeper, A. S. Osborne; Assistant 
Bookkeeper, B. Louis Fabens; Discount Clerk, P. 
P. Adams; Messenger and Collection Clerk, E. B.r 
Cushing. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 1!,! 
a. m. 

Everett National Bank of Boston, 58 Cox 
GRESts: — Organized, 18(i5; Capital, $2OO,OG0 ; Pre*- 
id.ent, Warren Sawyer ; Cashier, (jeo. E. (.^rr ; Di- 
rectors, Nathan Crowell, Nathaniel Adams, \\'arreu 
Sawyer, Jarvis Williams, Alden Speare, Amo.'. B. 
Merrill, Charles Carruth, Pliny Nickerson, Francwl 
F. Fmery, (Jharles H. Allen, Malilou D. Spaulding; 
Teller, Geo. T. Trowbridge; Bookkeeper, Wm. 
Cooley; Messenger, John S. Russell. Discount, 
Tuesday and Friday, at 10$, A. M. 

Fanetiil Hall National Baiilc, Sol Tit MARKET 
STREET, CORNER M ERCHANTS Row : — IneorporH-. 
ted, 1K51; Organized as National, 18^5; (,'ar.iral. 
$l,00o,(H)o ; President, Nathan Bobbins; Cashier A 
F. L. Tead; Directors, Nathan Bobbin^. Jos. H.; 
Curtis, Cephas C Chamberlin, Jonathan V. Fletcii-' 
er, Chas. J. Morrill, Reuben Bice, Ralph AVarner,! 
Edwin Bead, Stephen Dow ; paying Teller, Wal- 1 
terJ. Follett: Receiving Teller, Wm. Proctor; Hook-' 
kejper, Thomas <i. Hder; Discount Clerk, Theo. 
A. Fsfabrook. Messenger, Francis E. Yates. Dis- 
count, .Monday and 1 hursday, at 1, P. M 

First National Bank, No. 41 vSTA TE STREET: — 
Incorporated, ISC;?; Capital. §1,4)00,000; President, 
Abraham T. Lowe; Cashier, John Garr; Assistant 
Cashier, C. H. Draper; Directors, Abraham T. 
Lowe, Francis S. Carruth, Win. H. Hill. Noble 
H. Hill, Isaac Fen-no, Isaac Sweetser, Otis DanielL 
Arte-mas Stone, Wm. J. Cutler, Win. Atherron; 
Paying Teller, N. ii. Perkins jr.; Receiving Teller, 
E is. Moore; Bookkeeper, Horace S. Perkins: Col- 
lection Clerk, \Y..}. Gill; Assistant Clerk, .1. Frank 
Hope; Messenger, C. F. Ive 
Clerk, E. (i. Woodward. Di 
Thursday, at 1, P. M. 



ves : ('one?. ponding I 
discount, Monday au-i ' 



Freeman's NatioiMtl UajiP;, Xo. 017 FEDERAL J 

STREET: — Incorporated, \y.\u; Capital $4tX),000;] 
President, John H. Itogers; Cashier, Jere-nv Drake : 
Directors, John II. Rogers, Albert Bowkerj Charle* 
B. Cook, L. Miles Staudish, B. W.Taggard, A. L. • 
White, J. J. Haley; Teller, Everett Burnham; 
Rifokkeeper, George F. Snow; Messenger and Col- 
lection Clerk, Jos. A. Wells. Discount, Monday 
and Thursday, at 10, A. M. 

Globe National Bank, No. 40 STATK STREET: — 
Incorporated isjt: Organized as .Nation.:;, 1665; 
Capital, $1,000,000; President, XV. ].',. Stevens; 
Ca.diier, Charles J. Sprague; Dire dors . Ignatius 
Sargent, Peter C. Brooks, S. Houghton Pearce, Nath- 
aniel Thaver, Franklin H. Story, F. A.(.ra\ : Paying 
Teller, Henry A. ieuney ; Receiving l\ Uer,\ Iharles T. 
Raker; Bookkeeper, Oliver Cole ; Pink Bookkeeper, 
Charles S. Callender; Collection Clerk, ii. M. Bed- 
itngton; General Clerk, Geo. P. Tenney; Messt »- 
ger, Chas. H. Cole; Porter, Chauncey reck. Dis- 
count, Monday and Thursday, at 1, P.M. 
[livsnilton National Battle, No.t.o STATE ST. : — 
Incorporated, l$S£; Capital, §;,~>',<w. President, 
Dauiel Denny; Cashier, S. S. Blunchard : Direc- 



606 



MAS9ACHUETT3 DIRECTORY. 



torn, Daniel Denny, Chas. W. Freeland, Aaron H. 
Bean, Marshall 1'. 'Wilder, Thomas WIgylesworth, 
Benjamin F. White, George P. Cphnm, Henry G. 
Penny, J. F. Anderson; Teller, George A. smith; 
Bookkeeper, Geo. VV. N'ewhall; Clerk, Henry VV. 
Pitman ; Assistant Clerk and Messenger, F. C. 
Webster. Discount, Wednesday ami Saturday, at 
I, r. Si. 
f) >u:!.ril National Bank. No. 07 STATE St. :— 
Incorporated, 1833; Capital, $750,000; President, 
Reuben E.Derumou; Cashier, George E. Hersey; 
IHrectors. Reuben E. Demmon, Abijah VV. Farrar, 
Wm. B. Craft, Elisha Atkins, Lester M. Clark, A. 
B. Buttertield, William Hilton,!). B. Rising; fay- 
ing Teller, O. F. Clark ; Receiving Teller, H. B. FLke ; 
Bookkeeper; Aaron S. Mcintosh; Collection CI rk 
and Messenger, Chas. W. Bobbins. Discount, Mon- 
day at 1, P. M. 
Market National Bank, No. 1 MERCHANTS Ex- 
change:— Incorporated, 1832; .Capital, $800,000; 
President, Charles <). Wlxitraore; Cashier, Jona- 
than Brown Jr.; Directors, Charles O. Whitmore, 
Josiah Stickney, George Hyde, Benjamin Sew- 
all, B. 1*. Cheney, John A. Emmons, Aaron 1). 
Weld; Teller, Chas. E. Currier; Bookkeeper, Benja- 
min F. Teel; Clerk, J.Frank Brown; Messenger, 
Charles S. Evans. Discount, Tuesday and Friday, 
at 12 M. 
Massachusetts National Bank, No. 6(> STATE 
STREET: — Incorporated, 17s4; Capital, $800,000; 
President, John J. Dixwell; Cashier, H. K. Froth- 
ingham; Directors. Joitn J. Dixwell, Johnson C. 
Burrage, N. G. Chopin, A. T. Lyman, Henry A. 
Rice, John A. Bird, Edward Whitney, Charles J. 
Whitmore, Abraham' O. Bigelow; feller, Alfred - 
Tufts; Bookkeeper, Thomas Lombard; Discount 
Clerk, Cnas. W. Perkins; Messenger, Josiah E. 
Hayden; I'orter, John O-'Brien, Discount, Mon- 
day and Thursday, at 12, M. 

Maverick National Bank, No. 75 STATE St. : — 
Incorporated, 1851; Capital, $4n0,000; President, 
Samuel Hall; Cashier, Samuel Phillips, Jr.; D<- I 
re-ctors, Samuel Hal!, N. B. Mansfield, Martin L. 
Hal!, Paul Curtis, William R. Lov^joy, Nehemiah | 
Gibson, Theo. A. Neat; Teller, George A. Pratt; j 
Bookkeeper, David Bates; Collection Clerk and \ 
Messenger, H. A. Roberts. Discount, Wednesday 
and Saturday, at 12 xf. 

Mechanics National Bank of Boston, No. I 
7V.\ Federal Street: — Incorporated, ls.i0; Or- 
ganized as National, istia; Capital, $'.250,000; Presi- j 
dent, James W. Converse; Cashier, Alvan Simonds; i 
Directors, James W. Converse, John H. Jenks, ' 
, Benjamin. James, Benjamin B. j 
i. Nickersou, Lewis C- Whiton : I 



Frederick Niei 
Uenverse, ion 
Teller and Boi 
sfnyer, J, 



Bli 



ieper, Chas. O. L. Dillaway; Jfes- 
,'kmore. Discount, Momlav. 



Merchants National Bank of Boston, No. 2S 
State Street: —Incorporated, lt<il; Capital, $-V 
000,000; President, Franklin Haven ; Cashier, John 
K. Fuller; Directors, Franklin Haven, Benjamin 
K. Burgess, Israel Whitney, Samuel Hooper, Wil- 
liam Amory. John P. Bavley, Henry P. Sturgis, J. 

, Huntington Wolcott; Paying Teller, Geo. Howe 
Davis; Assistant Teller, Win. Ravmond; Receiving 
Teller, Chas. N. M. Lincoln: S'ote Teller, John 
Barnes: Bookkeeper. D. Lyman Laws; Second Book- 
beeper, E. Hubbard Severance: Accountant, Samuel 
C. Ware; Discount Clerk, William Henry Wad- 
leigh ; Corresponding Clerk,, John J. May; Collec- 
tion Clerk, Geo. F. Foster; Messenger, Ceo. Hay- 
den; Porter, L. L. Jenkins. Discount Monday and 
Thursday, 1, P. 31. 

Mount Vernon National Ban!:, No. 100 WASH- 
INGTON ST.: — Organized as State Bank, lSf>0; 
Capital, 8200,000; President, Carta i K. King: Cash- 
fer, H. W. Perkins, Jr. ; Director*, Carmi E. King, 
Julius A. Palmer, S. H. Gregory, James M.Jacobs, 
William G. Russell, John M. Call; Martin L. Brad- 
ford: Teller i). H. Belknap, Jr.; Bookkeeper, John 
B.Johnson; Messenger, A.C. K. Smith. Discount, 
Tuesday and Friday, at 11, A. M. 

National iiank of Commerce, No. 80 State 
Street :— Incorporated, 1850; Capital, $2,0UO,O0u; 
President, Beuj. E- Bates; Cashier, Caleb H. War- 
ikt; Assistant Cashier, Geo. W. Harris; Directors. 



Benjamin E. Bates, Tltomai W. Pierce, Frederl 
U. Tracy, Jacob Sleeper, Ebmiozer 1°. ! 'iirrii _•• 

Reuben S. Wade, Henry J. Gardner, Oakcfl \ 
Henry P. Kidder; Henry P. Farwell; Paging 7 

A. s.' Lincoln; Receiving Teller, Wallia S. 1 
First Bookkeeper, Philip C. Knapp; Second 1. ■ 
keeper, Chas. H. Davis; Collection Clerk, Win. 
Barton; Assistant Clerk, H. B. Dickinson; :■' 
ger.i). M. Palmer: Assistant Messenger, !-. v. ..-. 
s. Hunt; Notary, Adolphus Bates. Discount, W-: 
uesday and -Saturday, at 1, P. 51. 

National Bank of North America, Xo. • 
State Stheet: -— Incorporated, 1850; < 1 
$1,000,000: President, K. W. Shapleigh; C 
John K. Hall; Directors, R. W. Shapleigh, I . 
eut Willis, Chas. Lime, Wm. s. Eaton, Josiah >. 
Robinson, Chas. A. Whiting, C. Giluiore, S.Q ' 
ran, E. R. Sawyer ; Paying Teller James H. I. 
ley; Receiving Teller, J times l/l. Burgess; Bo 
er, G--0. W.Hunkins; Messenger, Martin Draper, 
Jr. Discount, Wednesday aud Saturday, at 1, p. m. 

National Bank of Redemption. No. 01 Statf 
STKE.ET: — Incorporated, 1853; Capital, $l t 00nyiiftl 
President, Wm. D. Forbes; Cashier, Edward \. 
Presbrey: Directors, William D. Forbes Frai 
Nichols. President Thames National Bank, Nor 
wich.Ct.; Henry P. fcfiekok, President Merchant* 
Bank, Burlington, Vt.; Stephen N. Mason, Director 
Globe Bank, Woonsoeket, R.I. ; -John Gardner, Bos- 
ton; Jacob Edwards, Jr., Boston; Li;e Baldwin, 
Pres. of National Market Bank of Brighton ; II )ratio 
N. Case, Pres. Pynchon Bank, Springiield, M tss. , 
E. W. Cpton, Director Warren National Bank. 
South Danvers, Mass.; Jacob H. Loud, Plymouth. 
Mass.; Geo. W. Thayer, Pres. National Exchange 
Bank, Boston, Mass.; Francis M. Johnson, Boston: 
Seth Turner, Pres. Randolph National Bank. Ran- 
dolph, Mass.; First Bookkeeper, Chas. O. Billings; 
Second Bookkeeper, Findley Stevenson ; Collection 
Clerk, John S. Woods; Superintendent Foreign 
Money Dept., Henry Burbeck; Paying Teller, Caleb 

B. Bradbury; Note Teller, George E. Vialle; Re- 
ceiving Teller, B. F. Avers Jr.; Assistant Receiving 
Tellers, F. F. Boyntoh, C. H. Woods; £>«<< mi 
Clerk, S. A. Merrill; Corresponding Clerk, F. A. 
Clatiin; First Assistant Bookkeeper; F, P. Vinton; 
Clerk, H. B. Aden; Notary, Chas. F. Thayer ; first 
Messenger, William Spaulding; Second Messenger, 
Chas. P. Johnson; Third Messenger, G. H. Kings- 
bury. Discount, daily. 

National Bank of the Republic, No. 3 MER- 
CHANTS Row:— -Organized as >t..te Bank, InW; 
Capital, $1,000,000; President, David Snow ; Cashier, 
Chas. A. Vialle; Directors, Davidtsuow, Asa Jacob-. 
Thomas Nickerson, Horatio CJiickeritig, F. L. Far, 
Moses B. sewall, Sandt'ord Gil more, Avery Plumer, 
Harrison O. Briggs, Frederick l>. Aden; Paging 
Teller, X. W..J ordan : Receiving Tiler, S- F. ( r >- 
well; Bookkeeper, Henrv \i Forbes; Discount 
Clerk, Henry T. Remick; Messenger. L W. Burlen; 
Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 1, P. M. 

National City Bank, No. 01 State STREET: — 
Incorporated, 1822; Capital, $l,u00,ooo; PresUlent. 
William T. Andrews; Cashier, Charles C. Barr} 
Dirertors, Charles W. Cartwright, Wm. T. An- 
drews, Patrick Grant, Samuel R. Payson, Joseph 
B. Glover, Christopher C. Chadwick. S. Emlicott 
Peabodv.C L. Thayer, Edmuud W.Converse; / 
ingTeller,Wm.H. Edmands; Receiving /c«er,Wm. 
H. Johonnot; Bookkeeper, Henry s. Halt-; Dis- 
count Clerk, John Ruggles; Messenqer, Chas. >• 
Conant. Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at 1, r. •><• 

National Ea^le Hank. No. l''> IvIEItV STKEET: — 
Incorporated, l.vjj ; (ap;tal, $1,00»,000; President. 
Robert S.Covell; Cashier, William G. Brooks,.)r.: 
Directors, Robert S. Covell, Frederic Almy, Uaac W. 
Danfdrth, James L. Little, Austin ciumner, M. L". 
Ferris, (ieo. Woods Rice, Jacob C. Rogers; Paying 
Teller, E. S. Hathaway; Receiving Teller, W. '■ 
Lan^ley, jr.; Bookkeeper, Isaac W. lilanehard; 
Clerk, Albert Smith ; Messenger, C. P. Baker. Dl« 
count, Wednesday and Saturday, at 10, a. U. 

National Exeliange IJauk, No. -> STATE ST. : — 
Incorporated, iM?;' Capital, $1,000,000; President, 
George W. Thayer; Cashier, A. 1. Beuyon; Direr 

tors, Geortre W. Thaver. Solomon K. Spaulding, •'• 
B. Kimball, Alexander strong, John G. Davis, John 
Foster, Sampson Reed, Wm. H. Dunbar, Franc:* 



BANKS IN BOSTON. 



607 



dug Teller* Jonathan M. Pettengrtll ;'Re- 
Wr, K. C. Haraden; Bookkeeper , .John S. 
Second Bookkeeper H. H. Johnson; Col' 
i Discount Clerk, Edward 0. Roekwood; 
, L. W. Young; Messenger, 10. S. Jewett, 
Monday and Thursday, at I, p. m. 
Wide and Leather Bank, No. 51 

.vniKKr: — Incorporated, 1857; Capital, 

President, Dante) Harwood; Cashier, 
>tt,jr.; Director*!, Lee Clatlin, Frederick 
liain Clartin, John B. Alley, H«*nry Poor, 
rvrood, das. s. Stone, Albert Thompson, 
ibnll, James Tucker; Paying Teller, D. R. 

Receiving Teller, George W. Simonds; 
■, Arnory Woods ; Assistant Bookkeeper, 
restun; Collection Clerk, John Wils.n; 

Arthur Farrott. Discount, Tuesday and 
12, M. 

tevrre Bank. No. 74 FRANKLIX St: — 
as State Dank, 1859; Capital, $1,000,000; 
Samuel H. Walley ; Cashier, H. Blasdale ; 

Samuel II. Walley, Osmya Brewster, 
wver, John Cowdin, Thomas P. Rich, 
»Voolson, P. II. Wentworth, S. P. Dex- 
V'right. R. S. Kay ; Geo. P. Denny, John 
jr.; Paging Teller, Charles VV. Stone; 
Teller, W. E. Elder; Bookkeeper, S. F. 
Viscount awl Colle-tion Clerk, Henry A. 
slant Clerks, A. W. Glover, C. B. Snow, 
gles, aud Chas. Marsh; Messenger, Geo. 
il. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 

locklaml Bank. 193.5 Washivgton 
>rporuted, l>oi; Organized as National, 
ral, $300,000; President, Samuel Little; 
I. S. Moiineux; Directors, Stephen P. 
irshal Stearns, Francis M. Weld, George 
on D. Williams, Joseph H. Chadwick, 
Ward, Samuel Little ; Teller, Robert B. 
; Bookkeeper, Saoford L. Treadwell; 
, Vernon Long. Discount, Tuesday, A.M. 
.s from 8, A. M., to 4, P. M. 
Security Bank of Boston. No. 89 
REET: — Organized, Dec. 10, 1S67; Capi- 
100; increase to $l,0oo,000; President, 
Stanton; Cashier, Chas. R. Batt; Direc- 
C. Stanton, Lewis Rice, H. B. Brarnen. 
lurr, William A. Haskell, Geo. C. Good- 
el A. Carlton, D. Webster King, Daniel 
n, Lewis Coleman, Geo. A. P. Darling, 
I. Roberts: Teller, L.F.Thayer; Book- 
as. S. Osgood; Messenger, Fred. New- 
ts hours from 9 a.m., to 3 P.M. Discouut, 
id Thursday. 

Inion Bank. No. 40 State Street : — 
cd, l«G5; Capital, $1,000,000; President, 

Richardson; Cashier, Lemuel Gulliver; 
Eben Dale, Nathaniel H. Emmons, Chas. 
jr-orge C. Richardson, William Parsons, 
ulkner, Chas. L.Young, Henry B. Mather, 

Tobey; Paging Teller, Henry Howard; 
Teller, Geo. F. Perkins ; Bookkeeper, Al- 
wbridge; Discount Clerk, Charles W. 
Messenger, A. Watson Grant. Discount, 
id Friday, at 1, P. M. 
Vebster Bank, No. 39STATE, corner 

Street: — Incorporated, 1853; Capital, 

President, Solomon Lincoln; Cashier, 10. 

; Dirt -tors, Solomon Lincoln, William 
Jeorge B. Upton, H. Hollis Hunnewell, 
Beebe, William F. Weld. Albert Fearing, 

Kulm, Robert W. Emmons; /'aging Tel- 
rd W. Brown; Receiving Teller, Charles 

Bookkeeper, Merrill N. Bovden; Collec- 

.Charles H. Fletcher; Messenger, Caleb 

Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at Ud, 

land National Bank. NO. f>7 STATE 
orporated, 1813; Capital, $l,0n0,00G; ."res- 
i. La nib; Cashier, Seth Pettee; Directors, 
.amb, Robert <:. Mal-kay,' John Tisd.de 
urine! Atherton, John D. W Joy, Wil- 
leans, Richard Baker, Jr., Nathaniel C. 
mel G. Snelling ; /.'- reiving Teller, Arthur 
; Paning Teller, Owen Dame; Bookkeep- 
• F. Swau; Collection Clerk, W. 11 Swan; 
, Thomas P. Butmau. Discount, Tuesday 
' at 12|, p. m. 



North National Bank. No. IS Kn.nv STREET: — 
Incorporated, 1825: Capital. $1,000,000; President, 
Chas. G. Nazro; Cashier, John B. Witnerbee; f>i- 
re-tars, Churl-s G. Nazro, R. > Fro-f, Elijah Wil- 
liams, Henry T. Dahnd, James 0. Safford, I. '.. 
Whitney, L. s. Jones, John Worsrer. Henry C. 
Weston; Receiving Teller, H. L.Sanderson; Paying 
Teller, 1). |£. Saunders, jr.; Assistant Cashier, Wm. 
L Barnes; Discount <m<l Collection Clerk, E. A. 
Burbauk; Bookkeeper. Samuel L. Wheeler; Messen- 
ger, Edmund Farms worth. Discount, Monday and 
Thursday, at l, p. m. 

Old Boston National Bank, No.48 STATE ST.: — 
Incorporated, ink;; Capital. $'J00,n00; President, 
James C. Wild; Cashier, J. <;. Gunderaou; J>in-r- 
tors, James C. Wild, Chas. Homer, Geo. K. Minot, 
Daniel S. Curtis, J. C. How.-, .!. [ngersoH, Bow- 
ditch, .Mark R. Wendell, Win. S. Bullard, J. Thomas 
Stevenson, Frederick It. Brad Lee, Henrv tfulliken; 
Paging Teller, F. L. Church ; Receiving Teller, Ches- 
ter S. Stoddard; Bookkeeper, Hale L. Keyes; Dw- 
count Clerk, Charles F. Fit/ ; Messenger, C. C. Pat- 
ten. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at 1, P. M. 

Pawners Bank, No. 35 Uxtos Street: — Incor- 
porated, April '), 1859; Capital, $300,000; President, 
Josephs. Ropes; Cashier, B B. Foster; Directors, 
Josephs. Ropes, Samuel Johnson, Jr., John Bi^e- 
low, John Kurtz. William (r. Weld, John J. May, 
Nathaniel C. Poor; Appraiser, Charles P. Wells; 
Messenger, John N. Parmenter. Loans made on 
all kinds of goods every day. Dividends in January 
and July. 

People's National Bank. l!4 Dudley, corner 
GUILD Row: — Incorporated, 1832; Organized as 
National, 18»V4; Capital, §300,030: President, Henry 
Guild; Cashier, George C. Leach ; Directors Henry 
Guild, Benj. F. Campbell, George Lewis, William 
S. Leland. Joseph W. Tucker, James Guild, Nelson 
Curtis, Ivory Harmon, Moses H. Day; Teller, W. 
Roscoe Wilfiams; Bookkeeper, Albert P. Richard- 
son; M ssenger, Joseph Goddard. Discount, Tues- 
day, p. m. Otftce hours, S A. M.. to 4 P. M. 

Second National Bank of Boston, No. 86 
State Street: — Incorporated as Granite Bank, 
18-32; Organized as National, 18'H; Capital, $1,000,- 
000; President, James H. Beal ; Cashier, Andrew J. 
Loud; Assistant Cashier, Edw. C. Brooks; Direc- 
tors, James H. Beal, Alpheus Hardy, Osborn 
Howes, Elijah C. Emerson, Alexander's. Wheel- 
er, James L. Little, Jacob W. Seaver, George 
C. Lord, William G. Weld; Paying Teller, Jo- 
seph Callender; Receiving Teller, H. H W. Ed- 
nr.tnds ; Bookkeeper, T. Harlan Breed: Asst. Book- 
keeper; Chas. W. Eaton; Colli "Hon Clerk and Mes- 
senger, James A. Nowell; Clerks, Win. p. Whit- 
coiiib, Henry O. Fuller. Discount, Monday and 
Thursday, at 12£, P. M. 

Sliawmut National Bank, No. '20 S TATE St. : — 
Incorporated, 1833; Organized as National, l<65; 
Capital, $1,000,000; President, Johu Oummings; 
Cashier, Stephen G. Davis; Directors, Johu Cum- 
mings, William Bramiiall, Barnabas Davis, David 
Whiton, jr., Benjamin T. Reed, John C. Abbott. D. 
Waldo Salisbury, Prentiss W. Scudder, L. B Har- 
rington; Paying Teller, Josephus G Tat't; Receiving 
Teller, Charles II. Newell; Bookkeeper, Charles H. 
Mi.ler; Discount and Col. Clerk, James P. Stearin. 
Messenger, Jesse Osborn. Discouut, Monday ami 
Thursday, at 1, P. M. 

Shoe and Lcatlior National Bank,N0.13KlLBY 
Street:— Incorporated, IS36; Capital, $1,000,000; 
President, John C. Potter; Cashier, Sam'I Carr; Di- 
rectors, Josiah M. Jones. William B. Spoouer, John 
('.Potter, Albert Tirrell, Gerry W. Cochrane, Honry 
L. Dasrirett, Klisha \. Holbrook, Henry A. Whit- 
ney, J. P. Ellicott, W. H. Harding; Paying Teller, 
Joshua Clark ; Receiving Teller, J atnes K. Patch; 
Bookkeeper,. Thos. L. Spraj?ue; Assistant Book- 
keeper, Francis M. Trowbridge; Discount Clerk, 
Samuel Carr, >r. ; Collection Clerk, Francis E. 
Whitcomb; ( .a- responding Clerk, I). F. Lincoln; 
Messenger, Benjamin P. Hollis. Discount, Tuesday 
and Friday, at 11, a.m. 

State National Bank. No. 40 STATE STREET:— 
Incorporated 1811; Organized as National 1865; 
Capital, $2,ooo,ooo; President, Amos W. Stetson; 
Cashier, C. 11. Patten; Directors, James Me. 



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Gregor, .Samuel T. Dana, James P. Thorndike, Ab- 
mr Kingman, Daniel N. Spooner, John Field, A. W. 
Htets m. Joshua Stetson, James P. He] ledge, K. 
XI. Ma«on; Paying Teller, .folia B. Gould; Receiv- 
ing Teller, Thos. Chamberlain; Bookkeeper, Eben- 
e/.'er C. Millett; Discount ('Lit!:, Herbert Curtis; 
Collection Clerk, Hiram Clapp. Discount, Monday 
and Thursday, ut !, P. M. 

EtaffWlk National Bank, No. no State St.: — 
1 icorpnrnted, IMS; Capital, $»,500,000; President, 
>umuel W. Swett; Cashier, Edward Tyler; Direct' 
ors, N'ath. Hooper, Samuel Frothingham,jr., John 
A. Lowell, Jeffrey Richardson, S. W. Swett, J. 
Wiley Edmauds. Edwd. Austin, Francis B. Crown- 
tnshivld. Win. W. Tinker, .James S. Ainory; Pay- 
ing Teller, Horatio Hobbs ; Receiving Teller, Har- 
rison ('•. Hunt, Aisistnnt Receiving Teller, E. E. 
Jordan; Bookkeeper, Charles L. Holbrook : Dis- 
count tnul Collection Clerk, J. E. Alden ; Assistant 
Discount ami Collection Clerk, T. C Singleton, jr.; 
Jasistant Clerks, Win. Hunt, G. Phippen,jr. C. B. 
Warren, Thomas B. Chisholm; Messenger, Charles 
A. Tucker; Porter, Charles S. Melcuer. Discount, 
Wednesday and Saturday, at 11, a. si. 

Third National Bank of Boston, No. 28 STATE 

Street; — President, Percival L. Everett : Cashier 
Jonas Bennett; Directors, Percival L. Everett, Ser- 
eno D.Nickerson, Samuel Hall,Jr.,J. Willard Rice, 
Marshall S. Scudder, Joseph L. Hens-haw, Royal 
E. Bobbins, James Sturgis, Nathaniel J. Bradlee, 
William S. Dexter; Teller, J. W. Soren; Book- 
keeper, J. W. Garcia; Cashier's Clerk, Frank N. 
Roobins; Collection Clerk and Messenger, Wm. A. 
Wilson. 



Traders National Bank, No. \)\ STATK St. • - 
Incorporated, isr!i ; Capital, $6OU,0OU; Pre*id*nt 
Benjamin U. Williams; Cashier, F. 8. Darls. i>, 
rectors, Benjamin It. Willianw, Jabez Fisher, I >■ - 
in^ Janes, Franklin Snow, Dudjey H. !: . 
Edward Sands, Henry C. Brooks; Paying , 
C. F. Bradford; Receiving Teller, 11. II.' I 
Bookkeeper, A, N. Cook; Second Bookkeeper 
Fletcher Bates; Discount Clerk, Horace Philbrook 
Collection Clerk -and Messenger, Grafton T. Abbon 
Discount, Wednesday and Saturday, at 1, P. M. 

Tremont National Bank, No. 41 STATE Sr. : _. 
Incorporated, i«m4; Capital, $2,000,000; President. 
Andrew T. Hall; Cashier, Amos T. Hrothinghum 
Directors, Andrew T. Hall, Ezra 11. Baker, Nathan 
B. Gibbs, William Perkins, Charles B.Shaw, Isaac 
Thacher, Thos. M. Devens, William Endieott, ,Ii 
Paying Teller. Daniel E. Snow; Receiving Teller, 
John K. Hinckley; Hookkeeper Charles 6. Tuft* 
Discount Clerk, Edward It. Sherburne ; .Collection 
Clerk, John J. Underbill; Messenger, George W. 
Fnrtridge. Discount, Monday and Thursday, at v.. 

P. 51. 

Washington National Bank, No. 47 Stats. 

Street: — Incorporated, 1825: Capital, $760,00 
President, Almon D. Hodges; Cashier, W. Henry 
Brackett: Directors, Almon D. Hodges, Frau- 
ds Bacon, Alanson Tucker, Joseph VV. Balch, 
Eben Bacon; Paying Teller, Francis A. Low; Re- 
ceiving Teller, L. P. H. Turner; Bookkeeper, Jatne. 
H. Champney; Discount Clerk, S. L. Treadwell; 
Collection Clerk and Messenger, Henry Ivello!.'^. 
Discount, Tuesday and Friday, at 12, M, 



BOSTON SAVINGS BANKS. 



Boston Five Cents Savings Bank. No. .'^3 
School Street: — Incorporated, 1&54; Open for 
deposits from i), A.M. to 1, P.M., daily, and Saturdays 
l'rom :{ to o, and G to 8, p. m. ; open" for drafts trom , 
1<\ A. M. to I, p. M., da ly; President, Paid Adams; i 
Treat. A H. Evans; Secretary, Curtis C. Nichols; 
Trustee,,-, Win. Clatlin, Geo. F. Williams, I). L. Web- 
ster, I). W. Gooch, Roland Wortuington, C. K. Han- 
som, Francs B. Fay, J. M. Stone, John P. Jewett, 
Daniel F. Child, Alonzo Farrar.John D. Philbrick, i 
S. A. Denio, Jonas Fitch, William O. Grover, Jnq. 
P. Healey, Sampson Reed, William J. Farnsworth, 
Paul Adams, jr., Samuel R. Fayson, William D. 
Forbes, J. If. Canned, Avery Plainer, James A. j 
Wool-on. Annual meeting, on the first Tuesday 1 
in April. 

Boston Penny Savings Bank, HOI WASH- 
INGTON Street: — Incorporated, 1,>64; President, '• 
Daniel Garwood ; Treasurer, Henry li. Reynolds : i 
Secretary, William H. Baldwin; Manager's, A. J. i 
Loud, Pliny Nickerson, C. G. Wood, R. S. Wade, 
Warren Sawyer, Allien Speare, .Joseph F. Paul, ' 
Chas. S. Kendall, Wm. Brigham, George H. Davis, 
Charles Carruth, Joseph Pratt, Charles Boardman, I 
Edwin Pope, Nathaniel Adams, W. W. Clapp, F. F. 
Thayer, Charles H.Allen, Wm. H. Thomes, J. If.' 
Gray, J. A. Page, 31. D. Spaulding. W. F. Nichols, 
Alanson Bigelow, Open for deposits from 9, A. M., ; 
to :j, p. m., daily, also Saturday evenings from 5 to*, j 
Money paid from 10, a. m., to 1, P. M ."daily. 

fcawt Boston Savings Bank, Savings Bank 
Block, Maveku.k Stj.,E. P..: — Incorporated, 
*W0; Open daily from yj a.m. to I P.M. President, 
Uih.eas M. Crane; Secretary and Treasurer, Albert ' 
Bowker; Trustees, P. 31. Crane, Thomas D. Demond, j 
■J*rk Googlns, Benjamin Lamsou, Gilbert E.Pierce, 
Henry Pigeon, G. H. Plummer, Joseph Bobbins, I 
Ajtred A. Wellington, Paul Curtis, .John 31. Doane, ! 
Albert liowker, Edward Krigham, Charles R. Me- I 
J-.m, Frederick Pease, Heiirv Jones, Thos. Robin- ' 
Vr',' ,) / ,il11 s - Weeks, George f. Sampson, Henry B. I 
"nl, George E. Voung, N. Seaver; Clerk, L. Johu- 
by a. Annual Meeting third 31ouday in January. | 



Eliot Five Cents Savings Bank, 114 DUDI.El 
Street, cop.neb Guild Row : — Incorporated. 

isf>4; Open daily, from 8, a. m., to 4, p.m.; Presi- 
dent, William S. Leland; Treasurer, George C. 
Leach; Secretary, Geo. H. Monroe; Trustee*, 
James E. Adams, Calvin Allen, Thomas Baguali, 
Joseph N. Brewer, G. F. Burkhardt, John Backup, 
Nelson Curtis (West Roxbury), George Curtis. Jo- 
seph W. Dudley, Henry Guild, Ivory Harmon, 
Charles Hickling, Joseph 11. Hunneman, Alonzo 
Josselyn, J. B. Kettell, Alvah Kittredge, George 
Lewis, John F. Newton, .lames Ritchie, Shubael li. 
Rogers, William Seaver, Charles Sfearns (Brook- 
line), Joseph W r . Tucker, Charles Whittier. 

Franklin Savings liank of the City of JFJo-.- 

ton, C'HAi/Ni'Y, eou. Bedford St,:— incorpo- 
rated, li^iil ; Open daily, ibr deposits and payments 
from '.), A. M.to U, p.m. ; and on Saturday afternoon*, 
fro m 4 to >i o'clock; President, Osmyn Brewster; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, Henry Wfuttemore; ' 
Peter Wainwrightjr.; Trustees, Thomas (' Am >n . 
Abraham O. Bigelow, Nathaniel J. Brudlee, A. Si 
gourney Bird, I'.enjamiu C. Clark, Calvin W. Chirk. 
Charles L". Cotting, John Cowdin, Uriel Crocker, 
George A. Curtis, Franklin Darracott, Daniel !>• 
vies, John T. Dingley, Oliver Ditson, Samuel !> 
Dean, Jonas Fitch, Richard C. Greeuleaf, John C. 
Hubbard, Benjamin James, Harvey Jewell, i«'. W ■ 
Lincoln, jr., Francis C. Planning, Samuel F. M<* 
Cleary, Otis Norcross, Charles G. Nazro. Jonat! 
Pre<tou. John Revere, Alexander H. Bice, Jac • 
W. Seaver, Jacob Sleeper, L. Miles Stan-dish, i- ■ ■ 
erick II. Slimpson, John H. Thorndike, Charh* 
Torrey (Ward 1 1), Alexander S. Wheeler, v : -- 
under VVadsworth. Annual meeting, on the lir.-< 
Monday in January. 
Institution for Savings In Roxlmry and vi- 
cinity, !;»:;."> Wasiunc. ii.iy St.: — Incorpi>ru!< 
IS-io; President, Almon D. . Hodges; 1'cc ■ 
Edward Richards; Secretary and Assistant 'Treat 
urer, John Wells Parker; Trustees, Moses l>a*. 
Samuel P. Blake, Jonathan French, Sttppl? ' 
Thwing, Almon D, Hodges, John S. Sleeper, •'••.• * 



BOSTON SAVINGS BANKS. 



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T Kill*, William Gaston, Allen Putnam, Charle.s 
• Mcllnr-'iev, David W. Williams, William B. Kin^s- 
! ur* J »liii l\ Townwend, Samuel C. Cobb, \\'illi:tm 
||. ItVackftt, Hoses 11. Day. 

lirrrniitllt Savisigs Institution, No. 48 SUM- 

ui ■ <tkkkt:— Incorporated, lsf)l; / > restrfenf,Rich- 
'.t Holme-; Trustee*, (J. W. Messinger, Jas. If. 
i ullla", C L. Shaw, (Jen. A. Shaw, Stephen 11. Cut- 
ter Alpheus I*. Blake, Reuben A. Richards, Nathan- 
i.-l V' sartord, Daniel Munroe, Hiram Johnson, An- 
grew Junes, John A. NouWl. Moses VV. Bond, LJ. B. 
Uniwii, l>. S. Hangood, Charles W. Warren; CVfnt 
H N/i Treasurer, Anson J. .Stone; Assistant Treas- 
urer, B. * Hapgood; Appraisers, Andrew B. Pot- 
t,-r, Samuel A. Bradbury; Attorney, Alphonso -J. 
Uobinson. 

Provident Institution for Savings in the 

XoM-u of Bostou, Entuaxck FOR JlEN, WlX- 
T!i: Pf.-; Womkn, :;ti (formerly 12) TEMPLE Pl. : 
Tkkasukkk's Office, 30 Temple Pl.; incorpo- 
rated, 18Hi; Open daily from '.) A.M. to 1 P.M.; 
Deposits) received Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes- 
day; payments made Thursday, Friday, and Satur- 
day; President, John A. Lowell; Treasurer, Peter 
Wainwright; Vice Treasurer, John Reed; Secre- 
tary, VV. S. Dexter; Trustees, Francis E. Parker; 
J. T. Stevenson, George R. Minot, William S. 
Ballard, John J. Dixweli, Israel Whitney, Franklin 
II. Story, Henry Lee, Andrew T. Hall, Edw. Austin, 
Francis" Bacon/Thomas B. Wales, Francis B.Crovv- 
uiushield, J. Huntington Wolcott, James P. Thorn- 
dike, Isaac Thacher, Alanson Tucker, James S. 
Amory, 31. Day Kimball. Martin Brimmer, Ebe- 
nezer Dale, J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Henry A. Wlut- 
m*y, .Joseph W. Balch. Annual meeting, third 
Wednesday in December. 

South Boston S.tviiisjs Bank, 258 BROADWAY: 
— Incorporated, 1*>G3; President, Ered. Nickerson; 
Trustees, Sumner Crosby, Benj. Dean, Hiram Em- 
en', Kben Jackson, Thomas Leavitt, Samuel Leeds, 
William Eaton, James Power, Daniel B. Curtis, 
Alpheus M. Stetson, D. JIcB. Thaxter, jr., 31. D., 



Lewis C. Whiton, Joseph Winsor, Albert J. Wright, 
James Power; Secretary and Treasurer, D. 3IcB. 
Thaxter. 

Suffolk Saving. Ilnnk for Stair.fn mid 
others, :ju Trkmont s't. :— Incorporated, W33; 
Deposits received and payments made daily ; op*' 11 
rtuily from 9, A. M., to I, i\ M-; President. Thomas 
Lamb; Secretary, George N. 3lacy; Treasurer, 
Charles Henry Parker; Managers, Martin Brimmer, 
J. I». W. Joy, Francis Bacon, James 31. Barnard, 
James M. Beebe, George William Bond, J. Wiley 

. Edmunds, Albert Fearing, Nathan B. Gibbs, Jacob 

C. Roger*, Charles L. Voung, Wm. Hilton, Win. S. 
Eaton, Charles -J Morrill, Charles G. Xazro, Charles 
Hamilton Parker, John C. Ropes, Wm. Perkins, 
Wm. Endicott, jr., Isaac Thacher, Thomas Wig- 

| glesworth, Daniel X. Spooner, Samuel P. Dexti r. 
Annual meeting, Tuesday preceding the second 
Wednesday in April. 

j Union Institution for Savings, No. 238 WASH- 

| ington St.: — Inc. 1865; President, John C. (.row- 
ley; Sec , find lreas., Geo. F. Emery; Trustees, 
\i. S. S. Andros, John G. Blake, Tristram Camp- 
bell, Hugh Carey, James Collins, Ambrose Kohler, 

I Joseph A. Laforme, Theodore .Metcalf, Hugh 
O'Brien, William S. Pelletier, James H. Tallon, 
Samuel Tuckerman, Robert II. Waters, Wm. H. 

J O'Brien, Wm. T. Connolly; the President and 
Treasurer, ex officiis. 

I West Boston Savings Bank, CAMBRIDGE, 

(UK. Sta n l F< » R D : — 1 incorporated, 1867 ; President, 
Franklin Haven; Trustees, Edwin H.Abbott, Sam- 
uel T. Ames, Jairus Beal, Geo. F. Bemis, Jarvis 

D. Braman, Edward J. Brown, Henry A. Choate, 
David H Coolidge, 3L R. DeMortie, Geo. H. Diek- 
errnan, Wm. D. Forbes, Martin Grithn, Lewis Hay- 
den. Weston Lewis, .Jacob H. Lombard, Henry 
Mason, Frederic H. 3loore, Charles W. Parker, 
Albert S. Pratt, William A. Prescott, James H. 
Reed, John T. Sargent, Thomas Sprague, George 
R. Taber, O. T. Walker: Secretary and Treasurer, 



James H. Wilder. 



Boston Clearing House, No. 65 State Street. 

Chairman, Daniel Denny, of the Hamilton National Bank; Secretary, Charles G. Nazro, North National 

hunk. Standing Committer, Andrew T. Hall, Tremout National Bank; Thomas Lamb, New England Nation- 
al Bank; Aimou D. Hodges, Washington National Bank; Benjamin E. Bates, National Bank of Commerce; 
wimuel H. Walley, National Revere Bank; Manager, Henry B. Groves; Assistant Manager, Nathaniel G. 
>su>lliiig; Clerk, Eben Staniiord; Messenger, Gaien Holmes. 



DIRECTORY.— CAUTION. 



The public are cautioned against ever paying 
money in advance to any persons claiming to be 
connected with us or our publications, as our 
Agents never take any sum, however small, in 
advance. 

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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

(Boston Insurance Companies on jxige 613J 



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A KING TUN'. 
Ahiiigton Mutual Fire lutarance Corapnny. 
Incorporated Ibafi. Cash assets, £10,531. Presi- 
dent, Baxter Cobb. Directum, Baxter Cobb, Wil- 
liam Brawn, Edward \V. Cobb, Albert Chamberlm, 
JikUou N Farrar, Sumner Shaw Joshua L. Nash, 
Joseph Vaughn, William Ripley, '/.. N. Whitmarsh, 
williJiin 1'. Conlmll, all of Abington ; Philip I). 
Kingman, Bridirewater, and Chandler Sprague^ 
NorUi Bridgewater. Secretary, Freeman P. How- 
land. 

AN DOVER. 

UeiTlmark Mutual Fire lasnraucc Compa- 
nv. Incorporated 1VJ8. President, Samuel Merrill. 
Directors, Samuel Merrill, N. VV. Hazen, Nathan 
|>ye, Samuel Gray, Geo. L. Davis, .lohn Flint, 
Joiiu Davis, Asa Pingree, Jonathan Ladd. Secre- 
tary, Samuel Gray. 

ASHFIELD. 

Aslifielcl Mutual Fire Insurance Associa- 
TION. Organized 1855. President, Henry S. Kan- 
ney. Secretary, Almon E. Bronson. 

BEVERLY. 
Beverly Insurance Company. Incorporated 

l^J. Capital, $30,000. /'resident, Frederick VV. 
Choate. Directors, F. VV. Choate, Chas. K. Abbott, 
Jot) Story, Elisha Whitney, David Crowell, Francis 
Norwood. Secretary. John F. Meacom. 

BRIGH'l ON. 

Citizens' Mutual Insurance Company. la- 
CHiKPORATED 1S40. President, E. C. Sparhawk. 
Directors, E. C. Sparhawk, J. NT. Bacon, William 
1'. Houghton, S. W. Trowbridge, VV. W. AVarren, 
Joseph Dunckley, T. VV. Smith, P. H. Sweetzer, 
James M. Usher, Loring Wheeler, Henry Baldwin. 
Secretary, 8. W. Trowbridge. 

CAMBRIDGE. 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Compa- 
ct. Incorporated 1S->J. Cash assets, $40,632. Pres-\ 
{dent, Josiah W. Cook. Directors, Josiah W. Cook, 
Josiah Burrage, Joseph A Holmes, Rufus Lamson, j 
Jacob Eaton, James H. Thayer, James II. Sparrow, 
Henry Thayer, William J. Marvin. Secretary and 
Treasurer, J. A. Smith. 

CHARLES TOWN*. 
Mutual Protection Fire Insurance Compa« 

NY. Incorporated l,V>4. President, G. Washington j 
Warreu. Directors, G. Washington Warren, Amos . 
Stone, Philander S. Briggs, Amos Brown, Marshall | 
N. Cutter, Moses A. Dow, Thomas Greenleaf, An- 
drew J. Locke, George B. Neal, George S. Pender- 
gast, Phinehas J. Slune, Kendall Bailey, Geo. M. 
Staibird, Robert R. Wiley, of Charlestown, Abram | 
B. Shfcdd, Brooklhie. Secretary, Samuel S. Will- 1 
son. 

CO H ASSET. 
I'ohassei Mutual Fire Insurance Company. | 
Incorporated l>lj. President, Martin Lincoln, i 
Directors, Martin Lincoln, Edward Tower, Loring I 
Rates, Caleb Nichols, Isaac Kent. Warren Wilicutt, ! 
Ephruim Snow, Zaecheu* Rich, Thomas Smith, Sec- i 
retury, J. Q. A. Lothrop. 

CONCORD. 
Middlesex Mutual Fire Insurance Company. ! 

Incorporated ljj^ii. President, George M. Brooks, j 
Directors, George, M. Brooks, Stedmau Buttriek, • 
Geroge He) wood, John Cumuiings, George W. 15a- f 
von, Charles lower, rrc.u-i.c M. Stone, Dudley i 
Foster, A. G. Fay. Secretary and Treasurer, Rich*- ' 
ard Barrett. 

CONWAY. 
Comvuy Mutual Fire Insurance Company, j 
l>"/ori»orated 18411. President, E. D. Hamilton, i 
Virtctora, Austin Rice, A. Howland, D. C. Rogers, j 
Dexter Childs, S. <<. Hubbard, Wni Elliot, Geo. 
' lolds, WnuT. Clapp, R. Tucker, JoeiaU Biown, I 
C Parsons. Secretary, H. W. Billings. 1 



DEDHAM. 
Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated 1825 . PreaMent, Ira Cleveland, Di- 

rectors, Ira Cleveland, Dedham ; Lather Metcnir, 
Med way ; E. J Bispham, Dorchester. Win. Man»- 
lield. Canton; Joseph Fisher, Dedham; Lvm.m 
Smith, Dedham,- Geo. 1*.. Pnunee, Roxbin y ; .). 
White Belcher, Randolph; Win. Ames, East- Dud- 
ham. Secretary, Goo. D. Gordon. 
DEERFIELD. 

Deerfleld Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated ISii'.l. President, Josiah Fogg>. Di- 
rectors, R. N Porter, Zire Smith. Henry C. Hasksit, 
George W. Jones, Asel Abercrombie, Harvey Scv . 
erance, Josiah Brown, Charles E. Williams. Jame* 
Childs, Josiah Fogg, Charles Jones. Secretary, c. 
A. Stebbins. 

DORCHESTER. 

Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Compa- 
ny. Incorporated 1855. Cash Fund, $78,889. P w re*- 
UHent, E» J. Baker. Directors, E. J. Baker, Hiram 
VV. Blanchard, Henry Humphreys, Charles Hunt, 
Laban Pratt, William Pope, Henry Pope. J. H. 
Robinson, E H. R. Buggies, William H. Swan, VV. 
F Temple, James H. Lpham, Marshall P. Wilder, 
J. VV. Porter, all of Dorchester : Samuel Ba h cock, 
Milton; Joseph Day, South Dedham; Henry O.Hil- 
dreth, Dedham; Charles Stearns, Brookline; James 
Torrey, No. Weymouth; Cyrus Wasliburn, E. Wey- 
mouth; Rufus C. Wood, Canton. Secretary, VV. F. 
Temple. 

FITCH BURG. 

Fitchlmraj Mutual Fire Insurance Coinpa* 
NY. Incorporated 1847. President and Treasurer, 
N'ath'l Wood. Directors, Nathaniel Wood, Alvah 
Crocker, E. Muidock, jr., Jacob Fisher, L. H Brail- 
lord. Hobart Spencer, Daniel Putnam, Timothy S. 
Wilson, Abel F. Adams, John Pricliard, Samuel 
G. Kendall, S. VV. A. Stevens, James Bennett, M. 
T. Gardner, Hale VV. Page. Secretary, Charles 
Mason. , 

GLOUCESTER. 

Cape Ann Mutual Marine Insurance Com- 
i'ANV, President, William A. Pew. Director*, 
William A. Pew, Benjamiu H. Corliss, Robert Fears, 
William F. Davis, Edward Babson, Joseph Rowe, 
.lames S. Aver, Wm, E. Ansell, Josiah O. Friend 
jr., John Todd. Secretary. James Davis. 

Gloucester Mutual Fisniug Insurance Com- 
I'ASV. Incorporated 1847. President, Wm. Mc 
lienzie. Directors, William Parsons, Jd, Willmia 
McKeuzie, VV r illiam T. .Merchant. Charles Parkhurst, 
Sylvanus Smith, Benjamin Maddocks, Joseph Rowe, 
George Norwood, John J. Chirk, Chas. II. Pew. 
Secretary, Cyrus Story. 

GREENFIELD. 

Franklin Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated Feb. 11, 1828. Cash Fund, S-^M'O. 
/'resident, Samuel H. Reed, Greenfield. Dire tors, 
Geo. VV. Potter, Rufus Howland. William B. Wash- 
burn, Green Held ; Nelson Barrows, (Jill; Davis God- 
dard. Orange ; Ebenezer Maynard, Shelburue Fails. 
A. L. Tyler, Charlemont ; William Sheldon, Deer- 
held. Secretary, Charles Mattoon. 
GROVELAND. 

Grovelaml Mutual Fire linwraace Comp'y. 
Incorporated IS^S. President, N. H. Griffith. Pi- 
rectors, N. II. Griffith, Nathaniel Ladd, Jere. Spof- 
ford, John A. Appleton, Edmund Kimball, JosepU 
Kimball, Elijah Clark, Moses P. At wood, Mo«es Fos- 
ter, Abel Stiokney. Secretary, Nathaniel Ladd. 

11TNGHAM. 
Iliiigliam Mutual Fire Insurance Compa- 

xv. Incorporated IS2G. President, Seth S. IIer>ey. 
Directors, Seth S. llersey, John Leavitr. Win. Fos- 
ter, Caleb Gill, Amos Bates, Crocker Wilder, of 
Hingham; Jacob H. Loud, of Plymouth : Benjamin 
Kingman, of North Bridgewater. Secretary, David 
Harding. 



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LOWELL. 
| y o%vrIl Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

j icorporatetl l<>'£. President, James K. fellows. 
fHre tors, Jonathan Tjier, Random Read, Jacob 
ItubbitiH. A. ii. IJrwwn. John Nesniith, George Ste- 
ven*, William If. VViygin, Abrnm French, William 
|». Hrazer, K. B. Patch, .1. C. Abbott, J. R. Fellows, 
AI'l-ii 15. Buttrick, Josiah S. Howe, Chas. A. Stott, 
Wilifttiri E. Livingston. Secretary, Jainc's Cook. 

Trader*' and Mechanics' Insur. nee Com- 

TAW. Incorporated J > 1 ^ . Capital and Surplus, 
fc*5,000. President, C. B. Coburn. Directors, 
thailes B. Coburu, Lhomas Nesmith, S. \V. Scick- 
m->. L. G. Howe, Levi sprague, Edward Tuck, D. 
S. Richardson, Isaac Place, llocum Hosford, L. F. 
Sherman. Secretary, E. F. tjheniiun. 

LYNX. 

Boot and Slioe Manufaclureis Mutual Fire 
JXSUKANCK COMPANY. Incorporated 1&54. Y're.-;- 
i-tr-nt, Wm. Bnssett- Directors, Win. Bassett, 
.lulm Wool dredge, Lucia n Newhail, Jaines Piirinton, 
jr., Jos. 1'. Newhajl, Charles F. Coffin, Thomas 
Stacey, Benjamin F. Doak, 2d, Isaac M. Ai twill, 
Amos' F. Breed, Jos. Davis, 2d, Valentine Header, 
N'atiian A. Miid., r e, Philip P. Tapley, Jas. S. Stone, 

, J. B. Kimball, J. P. Robinson, Moses How, John 
Jhil, Eben S. Poor, Thomas Garney. Secretary, 
Valentine Meader. 

Lynu Miit ual Fire Insurance Company. 
LYNN, Mass. Incorporated 1828. President, 
Thomas B. Newhall. Directors, Edwin Walden, 
Win. A. Btown, Win. II. Harney, Thomas B. i\ew- 
liall, James 3L Sargent, Hiram N. Breed, Win. F. 
Johnson, L. B- Fruzier, Green Paige. Secretary, 
Wm. F. Johnson. 

MARLBOROUGH. 
Marlboro' Mutual Fire Insurance Companv, 
lncoiporatcrt I&16. President, 1>. F. Underbill. 
Directors, B. F. Underbill, L. C. Whitney, E. Howe, 
T. Corey, J. Boyd, S. G- Fay, Marlboro'; C. Brig- 
bam, W. F. Trowbridge, Hudson; William Hast- 
ings, Framingiiam; 1'. 1*. Howe, Southborough ; 
Lihviu Whitney, Stow. Secretary, E. C. Whit- 
ney. 

MILFORD. 

Milford Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated 1551. President, A. A. Cook. Direct- 
or*, A. A. Cook. Geo. G. Parker, John P Daniels, 
Adam Hunt, Henry Chapin. Dr. A. '€. Fav, C. F. 
•Shnpin. M'las Mirick, B. F. Holbrook, Dwight Col- 
•lurn, Albert Wood, J. H. Barker, D. S. Chapin, El- 
liridge Maun, L. II. Cook. Secretary, George G. 
Parker. 

NEW BEDFORD. 

Bristol County Mutual Fire Insurance 
Company. Incorporated 1829. Presidnt, Win. H. 
Taylor. Directors, Edmund Gardner, Charles L. 
Woo.l, Thomas Conk, &eth K. Akin, B. T. Rkket- 
MMJ,Joseph W. Cornell. Secretary and Treasurer, 
Joseph a. Tillinghast. 

Commercial Mutual Marine Insurance 

Comi-axy. Incorporated 18o:j. Capital, 8151,500. 
President, Charles R. Tucker. Secretary, Wm. T. 
BusselL 

Ocfrtu Mutual Insurance Companv. In- 
Wrpernted ink. Subscribed Capital, $231,000. 
Pre.fi, lent, Wm. H. iavior. Vice-President, Chaa. 
L. Wood. Directors, Wm. H. Taylor, P. Tilling- 
hut, Edward C. Jones, Charles L. Wood, Wm. .). 
Botch, Kdward W. Howlaud, Frederick S. Alien, 
«nas L. Ad mis. William Gordon, Joseph R.Kead, 
('■■'). }.- i? a ,-th.tt, J. R. Thornton, Thomas Nve. dr., 
Wm. Wat kins, Thomas Cook, Wm. C. N.' Swift, 
Wm Hathawav, Jr. Wm. G. Taber, Henrv Taber, 
Timnias Knowles James B. Wood, J. Bourne, Jr., 
uini.i.ut Maxtield, M. Howiand, George Howland, 
•';.''« is. ||. Gitlord, ii. B. Howard, Edward D. 
ftsudvll, Isaac D. H ill, b. K-.ib.i-k. Charles Dicker, 
'• ! ' I' Perry, Oliver Crocker, Loum Snow. S. Tliom- 
■»i Geo. o. Crocker, Joint I*. Knowle*, Wm Potter, 
■■'}■ I>. B. lvempton, Nathan Chase, G<-o. K. Phillips, 
gnarli-., Hitc'i, Geo. B.irnev, Wm. T. Smith. J. P. 
AHowlts, ;jj ( win. R. Wing, F. R. Whitwell, Jr. 
feretory, Samuel H. Cook. 



Pacific .Mutual Insurance Company, Incor- 
porated 18(55. Pre.-i lent, Frederick Homer. Sec- 
retary, Henry V. Thomas. 

, UnionMiituul Marine Iniunnee Compnny. 

j Incorporated |*ft|. Capital, 8300.000. Vr-uiiltiUy 

Thomas S. Hathaway. Secretary* Borden Wood. 

NEWBUKTPOttT. 
Merchant*' Mutual Marine Iti.nrauc«- Cor.i- 
i*\nv. Incorporated 1*57. Capital. $lft0,0U0. Pres- 
ident, William Curbing Dire tors Wm. Gushing, 

Jacob Horron, Charl. s Lunt, Henrv Shoot, Wm. 
Graves, Nicltolas Varum, Benj. P. Dow, M. E. Hale. 
Secretary and Treasurer, j. J. Knap p. 

-Vewiiuryport Mutual PI re Insurance Com- 
l-ANV. Incorporared Feb. 11, 1620. Cajiiial or u»- 
Sits, $90,817. President,' John Balcfi. DivcU,r* t 
John Balch, J. J. Knapp, Jacob Horfon, » Ini -- 
French, Wm. H. Brewster, Stephen W. Muotou, 
John Buntin, Warren Cunier. John Btfrill. Wm. 
Asbby, Edward S. Moselv, Nathan Fa h ■■- •-. 
Isaac II. Boardman. George Grecnl^ar' William 
Balch. Secretary and Treasurer,.). J. Kuapp. 

NGUTHAMl'TON. 
Hampshire Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
pany — Incorporated ls:«o. President, Samuel F. 
Lyman. Directors, Sanun 1 1". Lyman, J. H. But- 
ler, W. Hill>er, Samuel T. Spaulding. Oscar Ed- 
wards, K. H. Brewster, and 1. F. Coukey. Secre- 
tary, Harvey Kirkland. 

PEA BODY. 
South Oauvcrs Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company. — Incorporated 1820. President. Henry 
Cook. Directors, I. B. Elliot, George O-borne, 
Joseph Osgood. H«-nry Poor, John Whitney, Sam- 
uel D. Herrick, N. P. C. Patterson. Secre-iary, G. 

A. Osborne. 

PITTSFIELD. 
Berkshire Life Insurance Company. — Incor- 
porated 165 1. ; Mutual Assets nearly $1,500,000. 
President, Thomas F. Plunkett. Vice President, 
James Francis. Directors. Hon. T. F. Plunkett, 
James Francis, Theo. Pomerov,L. H.GamwelLTbos*. 
G. Carson, Gen. Henrv S. BriggSj Geo. H. Phelpp, 
Hon. W. C. Plunk*>tt."Josiah Carter, .lol;n V. Par- 
ker, Jabez L. Peck, Hon. Eli as Merwin, Phinehas 
Allen, Hon. Charles XI. Owen, A. H. Pease, P. L. 
Page, s. Black'uigton, W. M. Root, A. C. Russell, 
Rev. Henry Cl.uk, Henry Stearns, Graham A. Root, 
J. H. Francis, Charles X. Emerson. Secretary .»'/ 
Treasurer, Benjamin ('bickering. Assistant Secre- 
tary, Jacob L. Greene (see page 710.) 

Berkshire Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, — Tncorpoiated ]K?5. President. Waiter 
Lafiin. Directors. Thomas Colt, Julius Roekweil, 
R. W. Adam, (). W. Robbins, .1 H. Dnnham, Geo. 
Brown, J. C. West. H. A. Bidwell. Sett! Nort.ui, W^ 
C. Plunkett, S. Johnson. Secretary, Edwin F >an- 
dvs. 

PROVINCETOWX. 

Atlantic Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance 
CoMJ».vSY.-*-Incorpor»te'd . --j4. Capital, ?!'. 
President, Joshnti Paine. Directors, J <n. t tan 
Nickerson, Jr., Atkins Niekerson, James En.ery, 
Amos Nickerson, E. M. Dyer, William A. Atkins, 
Robert Soper, Alfred Nickerson. Secretary, J. Ln 
Young, dr. 

F.qni»a^»le Marine Insurance Coaiaany. — 
Incorporated 1>4.3. Capital, £50.000. Pes--! ->t, 
Joshua E. Bowk. Dire tors, Francis Small, B«nj 
Rvder, Artemas Paine. Jesse Small, Ohas. A « ■• i, 
Eieazer li. Rich, Ebenezer took, Francis Joseph. 
Secretary, Enos N. Young. 

ProTlncflewn Marin* Iiisiirance Cn*i>;» oy. 
Organized lb*H'i. Capital, $5v',-'0O. President, Fph. 
Cook. Directors, Henry Cook, David Conweu, 
Stephen Cook, N. 1>. Fie-m.iu, l*homas lid:. .-v.'. 
Secretary, John D. Hillard- 

Union Ins n ranee Coinuany. Organized >'*1. 

President, S. A. Paine. I a rectors, John Vtwond, 
Jr., Gideon Bowlv, B. O limv, N. I'.Atwood. B. 
A. Lewis, J. P. Johns* . F. >L Freemaai, C. A. 
Hannum. Secretary, ^ S. Giflbrd. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



QUINCW 



Qulncy Mntunl Fire Insurance Compnny. 
Incorporate' I l^ol. Capital. $"tf>0.000. /'resident, 
William S. Morton. Directors, William S. Morton, 
I-rufl \' • Munroe, Whitcomb Porter, Wiliium 15. 
[lugtan, Thomas Curtis, Charles A. Howhtml, Hen. 
H. iiixou. and John Hardwick, of Quinry; Kheue- 
icr Gay, >ii< 1 R. 15. Leucliars. of Boston; All red 
Loring, of Hinghntu; George Murston, of Barnsta- 
ble . H. W. Bhmcha.d, of Dorchester; Simmer A. 
H«vw;.rd, of Nor tii Bridgewater; Royal W . Turner, 
of Raudolph : Solomon J. Heal, of Cohassot; ('ha*. 
Breck, of Milton; .). Alba Davis ot West Koxbury. 
Treasurer, I. W. Munroe. Secretary, Charles A. 
Howlund. 

SALEM. 

&*nex Mattinl Fire In-tirance Company. 
Incorporated i8~ ,u . ['resident, ftephen B Ives. 
JHreetors, Robert Peele, John Pratt, Stephen B. 
Ives, Theron Palmer, John Jewett, William P. 
Goodhue, Leonard B. Harrington, David Morse, 
Charles ^. Nichols, Charles A. Ropes, T. H. Froth- 
ing'iam. Secretory, Charles S. Niehols. 

Hoi yoke Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Incorporated 1>4:>. President, Augustus Story. 
Directors, Asahel Huntington, James Chamber- 
Iniii, Augustus Story, Stephen Osborne, Aaron Per- 
kins, Charles H.Price, A. B. Almon, of Salem; G. 

A. Tapley, Danvers; F. Mitchell, Ipswich; s M. 
Bubier, Lynn; J. I>. Parker, Boston; J. O. Procter, 
Gloucester. Se.retary, Thomas H. Johnson. 

Salmi Marine Insurance Company, Tneor- 
po.a'ed l«o* - '. Capita!, $100,000. /'resident, Wm 
Northey. Directors, William P>. Parker, Benjamin 
Il.SiUbee, William Hunt, Charles H Fabens, Jas. 

B. Curwen. Benjamin A. West, William Northey. 
Secretary, F. P. Richardson. 

Salem Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated Ls3S. President, Charles S. Nichols. 

Directors, Isaac P. Foster, Samuel Chamberlain. 

Jas. Chamberlain, Eben N. Price, Francis Choate, 
. George F. B<-own, Charles M. Richardson, George 

Wheatland, Chas. S. .Nichols. Secretary, William 

S. Felton. 

Salem Mutual Fisliinsr Insurance Co. In- 
corporated 1*«8. President, Charles C Pettinorell. 
Directors. Charles C. IVttin^ell, George P. Rust, 
Luther D. Pcttingell, Salem; Henry F. Pitman, 
George Knight, George E. Pitman,' Marblehead; 
John Pickett, David Crowell, Wiliiara G Wood- 
bury, Beverly. Secretary, Henry A. Brown. 

SALISBURY. 
Salisbury &. Auiesbury Mutual Fire Insur- 

a.\C". OiOii'AN Y. Incorporated Injo. /'resident, 
I'wi L. Dearborn. Directors Thomas J. Clark, 
William J. Boirdm.m, J. B. Webster, Robert Fowle, 
J. X. Clark, W. Allen, D. L. Dearborn, O S. Pat- 
ten. Patten Sargent, William C. Binney, Joshua 
Colby, C' rus Dvarborn, Jr., John Kimball. Secre- 
twjf, William C. Binney. 

S AUG US. 
Sau^ui Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated ^52. President. Harmon Hall. Di- 
r~ct,rrs, Harnem Had, Charles W. Newhall, H. B. 
-N'wliall, G-or-je H. Sweetser, E. P. Robinson, 
Josiah Starr. W. F. Newhall, H. W Mansfield, B. 
F.Calley, Atb-rt Hitchings, .ioIiii Putnam, W. M. 
fcewhu 1. ,!>>•.• a c. Venuard, Tlios. B. Newhall, 
Waldo Thompson, John Dant'orth, Jr., Secretary, 
Wilbur F. Newhall. 

SPRINGFIELD. 
Massachusett* Mutual Lufe Insurance Com- 
Pasv. Incorporated iNil. President. Caleb Rice. 
Hee President, Ephr.um W. Bond. Dire tors, Ca- 
leb Rice, H. Fuller, jr., Joseph Stone, W.C.Sturte- 
*MH, Edmund Freeman, Otis Childs, .James Kirk- 
ham, Kpli. W. Bond, C. W. ttrjan. Samuel Bowks, 
R. B.Bacon, of Spring teld ; R, W. Holmau, A. I. 
Beuron, Boston ; Svlvanus Adams, Jamaica Plain; 
F ' Cowrtin, Alfred Lambert. V w York; John S. 
Judder, Manchester, N. H.: Kenj. Lombard. Wm. 
•*r»s8, Chicago, III.; J. L. Krringt-r, Pbiladelphia; 
'..' i. tJn>rge J, Staunari, St. Alb«ms. Vt.; James 
•••Churchill, Portland Me. Seerrtury , F. P>. Uaeon. 
«• \.tt. Edgerjy, Superintendent «/ Agencies (see 
Eoet-Uacs in lioBiua Depurttueut.) 



Mutui 

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Presi 
Wilei 
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THTt. 



il Fire Assurance Company of Spring 

». Incorporated IW7. Rei»erv* Fund, $?n,fj 
dent. K. Blake. Director*. F. Blake, P. | 

>x, B. Leavitt, A.Rowc, J.Injrr:diani. K. Vs| ■ •• 
. Sturtevant, R. Day. Secretary, Lewi* a 



1 



Springfield Fire nn«l Marine Insurance 

Company. Incorporated ISB>. Capital, $.V:o.ooo. 
President, Edmund Freeman. Vice I'r&tiilent, I). 

R. Smith. Secretary, S. J. Hall. 

STOC KB RIDGE. 

HousatonTc Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 

pany. Incorporated IS54. President, Marshall 

Warner. Secretary, Henry J. Dunham. 

WAKEFIELD. 
Mutual Safety Fir" Insurance Company. 

Incorporated 1853. President, Samuel Iviugmau- 
Directors, Samuel Kingman, E. H. Walton, George 

N. Fletcher, Adam Wiley, Hubbard Cox, Joaepli 
Buck. Secretary, C. W. Eaton. 

WELLFLEET. 
Wellflcet Marine Insurance Company. 

Organized 18CA. Capital, $d0,000. President, J amea 
Svvett. Directors, R. R. Freeman, Jeremiah 1! ives, 
Warren Newcomb, John R. Hij. r gins, J. Y. Baker, 
A. F. Paine. Secretary. Aoah Svvett. 

WESTFIELD. 
Tlie "Westileld 31utn.nl Fire Insturance Com* 

?anv. Incorporated 183*2. President, E. \>. Gil- 

lett. Directors, E. B. Gil^tt, Kdwin Smirli. Wm. 
I'rovin, Samuel Horton. Dennis Hedges, L. R. Nor- 
ton, Henry Loomis, Wm. H. Foote, Jas. H. \V;;U-r- 
man. Secretary and Treasurer, \Y. H. Footc. 

WEST FORD. 
We st ford Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Incorporated 1840. 



Presid eni r Zaccheua Read. Di- 
rectors, Zaccheus Read, Asa Hihlreth, George T. 
Day, Sherman D. Fletcher, J. P>. Fletcher. Samuel 
N. Burbick, Edward Prescott, Alvan Fisher, Lake 
L. Fletcher. Secretary, Asa Hildreth. 

WEST NEWBURY, 
\lVst Newbnry Mutual Fire Tnsuranre 

Company. Incorporated 1828. President, ()ti-< 
Little. Directors; Otis Little, Henry Merrill, Sam- 
uel Rogers, Wm. Nichols, Wm. Merrill, J. 6. 
Tewksbury, Geo. W.Carr. Secretary and Treasurer, 
J. C. Carr. 

WEYMOUTH. 

Weymouth and. Breintree Mutunl Fire In- 
sL'trANCK Company. Incorporated 1S3:$. President, 
N. L. White. Directors, Elliot L. White, Appleton 
Howe, Freeman P. Howlaml. Eliris Richnrds, i'hotn- 
as B. Porter Charles E. Hunt, Qnincy L. Reed. Eliau 
S. Reals, jtfaamau L. White. Secretary, Eliaa Kich- 
ards. 

WORCESTER. 

Ray State Fire Insurance Company. In- 
corporated 1S00. Capital, $104,800. President , 
Wm. S. JDavis. Directors, Stephen Salisbury. F. 
H. Dewey, L. Barnard. F. H. Kinnicntt, Geo. W. 
Richardson, J. II. Clarke, C. B. Pratt, W. S. Davis, 
Isaac Davis, Samuel Woodward, Samuel A. Porter, 
"Worcester; Jacob Edwards, jr., Boston: A. C. 
Mayhew, Milford ; C. <J. Stevens, Clinton; Isaac 
Prouty, Spencer; Cheney Hatch, Leicester: Geo. 
C. Davis, Xorthboro'. Secretary, U. C. Crosby, jr. 

Central Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

President, \Ym. T. Merrifield. Directors, \\ i«>. 1". 
Merrilield, L. C. Parks, Calvin Taft, Philip L. Moen, 
Albert Tolman, A\'m. li. Jourdan, Albert Curtis, 
Daniel 'lainter, Alzirus Brown. George >. B.trton, 
Sumner Pratt, Joseph II. Walker. II. K. Merritieid, 
Worcester; Augustus Whitman, Fttchburg; L. J. 
Knowles, Warren; h. M. Wtuelock. Ux bridge; Jo* 
seph Murdock, Leicester; C. A. Dresser, ciouth- 
bridgo. Tremurer, Calvin Taft. Secretary, U.K. 
Merritieid. 

Merchants' and Farmers' Mutual Fire In- 

kukanck Company, incorporated 1840. Presi- 
dent, Isaac Davis. Directors, Isaac Davis. CharlC 
L. Putnam, William Dickinson, Alexander H. Bui- 



INSURANCE COMPANIES IN BOSTON. 



Jork, K. B. Stoddard, Clarendon Harris, John D. 
\T»7l»burn, Worcester; Alexander De Witt, Oxford; 
.! M«-pli A. Denny, Leicester; John S. Adams, Am- 
>>t-i , U. H. Stevens, Dudley ; Charles (J. Stevens, 
( , uton. Secretary, E. B. Stoddard. 

pmple'* Fire Insurance Company. Incor- 
porated 1M7. Capital, $'-'00,000. President, Henry 
Hiapin. Directors A. H. Bullock, James B. Blake, 
K. L. Brijjbam, Joseph Boyden, Geo A. Brown, 
Henrr Clmpin, S. H. Colto'n, Geo. Chandler, Ed 
ward'Earle. John C. Mason, Joseph Pratt, II. X. 
Tower. Ichabod Washburn, Wm. Workman, Jona. 
Warren. Treasurer, Samuel H. Colton. Secretary, 

•'Augustus N. Cnnier. 

ht«te Mutual Life Assurance Company of 
Worck tkk. Incorporated 1&44 Capital, £900,- 
ijcO. President, Isaac Davis. Directors, Emory 
IV H&hburn, Cambridge; Charles L Putnam, Jo.«eph 
Sargent, Thomas H. Cage, John M. Ernie, William 
Dickinson, Alexander 11. Bullock, Freeman Cpham, 
k'.. B. Stoddard, Timothy W. Hammond, S. Salis- 
bury, jr., Clarendon Harris, Worcester; Alexander 
peWitt, Oxford; Joseph A. Denny, Leicester; 
Edward Dickinson, Amherst. Secretary, Claren- 
don Harris. . 



Worcester Manufacturer* 4 Mutual Ineur- 

anck Company. Incorporated 1»1L President 
George M. Rice. Direct'**. Geo. M. Rice, I. E. 
Manton, Paul Whittn. Ksek SHunder*. Jame* K. 



'V hitiu, 11. X. Bigelow. .l-imcs Reed, John Gardner 
Henrv J. /Surdnpr, Henry S. Mansfield. W. H. 
Jourdan, Lewis Barnard, John E. Bacon. 
tnry, John E. Bacon. , 



Secrt- 



Worcester Mutual Fire Insurance Com p»ny. 

Incorporated leJ."?. NetCa-diFuDd $'JfK),0OO. /•#•<•»- 

. Went. Anthony Chase. Dire tor*. E. Forney, Part 

Whitim Araory Holman, Jas. S. VV'oodworth, D 8. 

Messenger, A. Hamilton, A Chase. F. W. Paine. S. 

S. Hastings. Secretary, Charles M. Miles. 

YARMOUTH POUT. 

Barn*itnl>le County Mutual Fire Insurance 
Company. Incorporated March 2, 1S23. President, 

David K. Akin. Directors, David K. Akin. Seth 
Crowed, Valentine Doane, Simeon At wood. Wal- 
ter Crocker, John Doane, Charles LC Hall, Joseph 
It. Hall, Charles C. Bearse, Samuel P. Bourne, 
Joshua Y. Bearse. Secretary, Amos Otis. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES IN BOSTON. 



American Insurance Company. No. 54 STATE 
St.: Incor., 181^ ; Capital. $300,000; President, 
Chas. E. Guild ; Secretary, Wm H. Dale; Direc- 
tors, (has. E. Guild, .1. I. Bowditch. Wm. Amory. 
ftnherf B. Forbes, Wm. Perkins, Francis Curtis, 
James S Amorv, Edward Austin, Wm. B. Bacon. 
George B. Chase, George Z. Silsbee; Clerks, H. G. 
0. Cna*e. Freeman C. Goodeno. Dividends, Janu- 
arv and Julv. Otkcers chosen 2d Wednesday in 
January. 

■Jrkvrright Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
•p»ny,'iVo. 31 Kilby Street; President, Waldo 
I i_u Vinson; Secretary, E. U. Sprague; Directors, 
W;;!clo Hiiyginson. George It. Minot, Edward Atkin- 
•*oti, J. Wiley Edmanda, Thos. Wiorglesworth, Eben 
Wri-.'lir, Eben Dale, John Gardner, Joshua Stetson, 
Samuel Balchelder, F. M. Weld. Officers chosen 2d 
Tuesday in November. 

Boston Insurance Company, No. 62 Statk 
Stuket; Lwok., 1823; Capital, 8300.00- >; Pres- 
ident, I'erer VV, Freeman; Secretary, Henrv Wash- 
bum; Directors, 18. H. Emmons, Robert C Mackay, 
Waell lappan, Joseph B. Tilron, Benj. t. Burgess, 
George Z. Sil-bee, Charles J. Whitmore. Joseph P. 
Ellicott; Clerks, W. B. Bartlett, J. G. Freeman. 
pnvideud*. March 15 and September 15. officers 
chosen March 15. 

Boston Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Company, 28 Citv Exchan e. N<>. U Dkv- 
Dnshikk St.; Incor.. 1,s50: President, E. E. Man- 
ton; Secretary, William B. Whitinjr; Directors, 
William Am >rv. Win. Dwi-ht, Jus. Bead. James S. 
Amory, Dj° iel Park, Edmund Dwight, Edward At- 
Wt'sou, E. E. .Manton, F. 31. Weld. Officers chosen 
M Monday in January. 

Bovlston Pire and Marine Insurance Com- 
P*uy, N... 4;, statk Strkkt ; Incor., 1825; 
C\»mtai.. S3 u.'(X); President. Joseph W Balch, 
** f retary, .No:>li s Jenuev; Directors, Joseph W. 
Batch, < has W. Dabnev, Jr.. Eben Bacon. S. Endi- 
»« IViiLodv. Alanson Tucker. Jr.. Charles 'Amorv, 
gunuel (i. Snelling, Nathan Crowed, Krederick T. 
,5 "-h, Wi'liam T. Glidden, Joseph S. Coolidge. Jo- 
J2T' B Glover. Dividends. April and October. 
Ufflcers chosen 2d Monday in March. 

Bt»U.!«rs' Mutual Insurance Company. No 
-•' statu Sikkkt; President, J. C. iinadlev; 
ffrmmirer.C. E. Miles; Secretary, H. E. Abbott; 
JJ're.t„ r<il , Feuriug, of Fearing, Ittidiuuu, vS. 
Jwift C. E. Miles, Vir«-Pr«-s. and Treas., J. C. 
«unUtey^oiJ. C. Houdky & Co., Geo. T. McLauth- 



Itn, of G. T. McLauthlin & Co., Ebed L. Riplevi of 
Rhodes & Ripley, J. Williams, Tr. Hihkh-y & Wil- 
liams Works, Nelson Curtis, Treas. Atlantic Works, 
Geo. H. Davis, of Hallett, Davis, A: Co., William 
Cuniston, of Hallett & Cnmston, (ieo, \V\ P"pe, 
Bui der and Contractor, John J. MeNutt, Builder 
and Contractor, W. F. Sloctnn, of Staples & Shienra. 
Attorneys, Boston; Widiara Knowi'ron, Manufac* 
turer. Upton; Nathan Chase, Manuficrnrer. New 
Bedford; W. Derrick, Manufacturer, Northampton ; 
H. S. H>de, Secretary Wa-on MCg Co.. Spriugm-ld; 
A L. Brooks, Maitufacrurer, Lowell; H. H. ( iinm- 
berlin. Wool Merchautund Mannfr, Worcester; S. 
C. Wright, 1'res. Fitch-burg Marh. Co., Fitchhurw; 
E. C. Kit-burn, of Kilburn, Lincoln, & Co., Fad 
River; John Balch, Pres. \ewhnr> port Mutual Ins, 
Co. and Treasurer Bartlet Mills; Albert ri Id, 
Slanufacturer, Tauntou; H. A. Brown, Secretary 
Board of Trade, Salem. 

Clvina Mutual Insurance Company, No. 

52 Statk strkkt; Imcor., 1833; Presiilent, Francis 
Bacon; Secretary, George L. Debloia; Dire -firs, 
AV'm. Amo;\v, jr., Francis Bacon. Kben Bauoi , E ra 
H. Baker, Joseph P. Gardner, Nathaniel Godoard, 
Andrew T. Had. Angus' us Hemenwa'v, f)«born 
Howes. .7. W Davis, F. M. Weld, Fraoeis Bra'gi- 
otti, Thomas G. Frothinglmm, Geo. W. Barnurd. 
A D. Weld, Jr., Daniel Park, Henry C. Br«»«»kP, 
S. Endicntt Peabody. Henrv A Peirce, Thorn is W. 
Peirce. William Perkins. James Sturgi-. I'liaiher 
Masoun,Jos. W. Davis. M. C. Ferris, Tunimiw A. 
Gqddard, George Whitney: Howard M. Brewer, 
W. Brandt. Storer; bookkeeper. Eieazer Bid lard Jr. 
Clerk, Edmund A. Pooie. Ufficer> chosen l>t .Mon- 
day iu January. 

City Fire Insurance Company, No. 4 <)i.t> 

Statk Housk; Incur., 1850; Capital, s-jiih ; 

President, Charles L. Bitr,.; Secretary, H-urv G. 
Short ; Directors, Charles L. Pitts, Job A. Turner. A. 
VV. Benton, Abraham T. L me. E. P. Tileston, (>'<# 
N<>rcl■o^^, (ieor^e C. FHchardsou, Joseph S. Kvpes, 
Wm. 1J. Hi 1. Win. Brown. Samuel t v » Cochran, 
ialnin F. Adam--, George W oods Hire, Thcmiutf 
Gaflleld, M. C. Ferris. Oivjdends, Ap-rl itsio Oc- 
tober. <Jllicers chosen 2d Wednesday in April 

City Mutual Fire Insurance Company, !93S 

W\sii!N<; ion .STKKI.I-; Presileiti, Caba.i S.Beerh- 
er; Secretory ami TrffHrer, Edward Uiunanls-; 
Directors* Slepheu Hammond. Mo>es Day, [vary 
Harmon, Dalian S. Beecher, William Barton, Char- 
les Stanwood, Geortft Fro&t. 



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jjllot Fire Insurance Company. No. C3 Statk 

VntliKT; IsiCOK.. 1>W; CAPITAL, i&MX^OOO i I'rcsi- 

tit tMieorse A. Curtis; Secretary, Win. M. Lathrop; 
directors, George A.Curtis, Root. Codmau, Calviu 
W. Haven, Franklin Evaus, Carmi K. Kin*. Gard- 
ner l*. Drurv, William Parker,George \V. Mossinger, 
David W. Williams, Solomon H. Howe, Win. Fox 
Richardson, Henry Hastings [J .Augustus Johnson, 
Mtephen Hlton, John C. Hayden, Daniel Davies; 
<•• ■•'•.,•. <; C. George and A. P. Curtis. Officers 
chosen 2d Monday iu January. 

Equitable Safety Insurance Company, 34 
Qni«»n Building ; Incok., 1*39; Renewed in 18.')i>; 
President. Farnham Plummet* ; Vice President, 
Samuel Wheeler; Directors, Farnham Flummer, 
Dtvid Whiton, William W Goddard. Joseph iasi^i, 
Win. Bramhall, Ehen Wright. Geo. B. Upton, Clias. 
Larkin, Chas. O. Whitmore. Samuel Wheeler, Chas. 
J. Morrill, Wm. Parsons, Nathan C rowel 1, James 
L*-e, Jr., Joseph P. Eilicott, Joseph S. Rope?, Geo. F. 
Williams, Jos. B. Tilton. Josiah Bardwell. Eheu D. 
Jordan, Wm. F. Worthiugton, Andrew Nickerson, 
John C. Dodge. Officers chosen 2d Monday in 
April. 

Firemen's Insurance Company, No. 75 Statk 
Street; Ixcon., 1831; Capital, '§300,000; Presi- 
dent, Shubael G. Rogers; Secretary, Thomas W. 
Tucker; Directors. Shubael U. Rogers, John Colla- 
ruoiv, Samuel R. Payson, James Ellison, John B 
Parker, Nathaniel Harris, George W. Messinger, 
Charles Amory. Chas beane, John G. Davis, Chas 
U. Cutting, Nath'l J. Bradlee. Dividends. January 
and July. Officers chosen 2d Monday in July. 

Franklin Insurance Company, No. 44 State 
gT&EKT; Incok., 1823; Capital. £3 : ;0.000; Presi- 
dent, Wm. M. Byrnes; Secretary, Edmund B. Whit- 
ney; Directors, Eben Dale, Francis W. Welch, E. 
T. Farrington, Wm. C Peters, J. Turner Foster, 
Gorham Rogers, F. H. Bradlee, Wm. M. Byrnes, 
D. L>. Stackpole. Clerk, A. I. Byrnes. Dividends, 
January and July. Officers chosen 2d Monday in 
Marcu. 

Hide ami Leather Insurance Company, 49 
Coxgkessstreict; iNCOtt., 1S07; Capital, SWO,- 
000; President, John W. Cartwright, Jr.; Vice- 
President, Charles H. Allen; Secretary, Oliver H. 

Colo; General Agent, James Swords; Directors, 
William Clatiin, Alexander Strong, Frederick Jones. 
Isaac Fenno, Lee Clafiiu, Nathan Carruth, Henry 
Poor, Daniel Harwood, A. C. May hew, Geo. F. Put- 
nam, Jacob Edwards. John B. Alley, John Sim- 
mons, Thomas E. Proctor, R. M. Pomerov, Albert 
Thompson, Charles H. Allen, M. D. Spaulding, 
John W. Cartwright. .Jr., Thomas C. Wales, Josiab. 
M. Joints, Pliny Nickerson, John S. March, A. 11. 
Batclieller, James S. Stone, Warren Sawver, James 
O.Salford, James Tucker, jr., John S. Fogg. Ichnbod 
Howland. Officers chosen -1th Monday in May (see 
page m.) 

Howard Fire Insurance Company, No. 17 , 

Kii.r.y Street; Cash Capital, S2d0,000: Presi- 
dent, Kpluaim Brown; Secretary. Sew-tll A. Fatuice; 
Directors, Benjamin E. Bates. 'Abraham T. Lowe, 
Arthur P. Bouney, Nathau Allen, Ste phen Cashing, 
JosiahG.Abbutt, Aluuzo A. Mi. er. Eeitben E Dem- 
moo, Ephraim B.owu, Waiter Wrighr, Henry C. 
Howe, Enjah 31. Read, John Dense; itt, Charles F. 
Parker, John F. Kimball, Nathaniel Adams, J. C. 
Abbott, N. 31. Wright, Stark Totman, Moses G. 
Howe, \\ alter Hastings, George Winslow, John A. 
Buttriek. 

Independent Insurance Company, C \«h C vp- 

1T\... $:}nu,0O0; No. 40 & 4S STATE -ST., BOST.»X. 
directors, George O. Hovey, firm of J . C. Howe 6c 
W».; C. W. Freeland, firm of C. W. Freeiand, Beard, 
* GO.; John S.Tyltr, •& State Street ; Edw. Atkin- 
son, rreasurer Indian Orchard Mills ; J. H. Cotton ! 
ireanirer American Tube Works; Edward K.Man- I 
>;">, I'res, Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Co ' 
""ston; J.c. Dodge, firm of Dodge Brothers & Co.; 
VvmP ' S, .) V ■'••-- ow . Hrm of Geo. s. Winslow & Co. ; 
• n.un Endicott, jr., firm of C. F. Hovey & Co.; 
7 J ;- ^'ttle, lirm of James L. Tittle & Co.; 
Of Si W,ght ' Ml ' rcll »»»*; Ldward Homes, h,m 
Vl -I'tague, aoule, & Co.; William E. Cotiin, firm 



of Wm. E. Coffin & Co.; William JHztef, M.-r- 
chant; Isaac How, Merchant. President, George (j 
Hovey. Vice.- President, ClMtfles W. Freeland ft-©! 
retary, Edward Atkinson. General Agent 
F. Dobson. Assistant Secretary, Geo. a. Kustmao. 

India Mihind Insurance Company f \,>. •,-* 

Statk Strjskt; [soon., 1HC»7; Presu/ent, Jolm m' 
Ltane; Secretary, W. L. Caverh ; Dvectort, Wiliium 
Perkins, c. O. Whitmore, Geo. i< Epton, Nathan 
Crowell, C. J. Morrill, Andrew Nickerson, A. 11 

Hardy. J. S. Ropes Edward Whitney, Ralph War- 
ner, E.I.J. H.ile,. G. G. Ryder, Joshua Baker, Wm. 

Worthington, J. 11. Dane, Isaac Rich, Wm. Cuhl>- 



Johu Hancock Mutual Idfe Insurance Com- 
pany, m*\i:>' Building; Washinotux, roust kr 

Coukt Stkkkt ; President, George P. Sanger; 
Secretary, George B. Ager; Directors, Samuel 
Atherron. E. B. Bigelow, Harrison Bird, James 
Cheever, G. \Y. Cochrane, Chsrle? U. Cotting, ban- 
iel Denny, Jonathan ElliB, James Guild, Nathaniel 
Harris, William Hilton, George C. Lord, A. T. 
Lowe, G. W. Jlessinger, Nathaniel C. Nash, <)rj^ 
Norcro.-s, Avery Plumer, Sampson Reed, George C. 
Richardson, Jas. Ritchie, Peter Smith. Georgf p. 
Sanger, Theodore Stauwond, Amos W. Sfet.-on, 
Alexander Strong, Amos P. Taplev. J <mes P. Thorn- 
dike, Ginery Twichell. Sfinmel Wells. Edward C. 
Wilson, Silas Peirco, Win. Carpenter, H.O. Hough- 
ton, R. Stuart Chase, J. W. Bulch, James A. Wool- 
son; Medical Examiner. James C. White: Clerks, 
Wm. A Drew, Geo. T. Goodwin, jr.. J. D. \V. 
Lovett, James H. C'.app. (See page 600.J 

Manufacturers* Insurance Company, No. 59 

S i'atk SteeVt : I>coR., 1822: Capital. S4( 0,000 : 
President. Samuel Gould; Secretary, Jamea J. 
Goodrich: Directors, Samuel Gould, Otis Daniel), 
James Read, Benjamin F. White. William T. An- 
drews, Reuben S. Wade, Charles L. Thayer, Jamea 
11. Beal, .James McGregor, Wm. G. Weld; Clerks. 
Samuel H. Wise, Thomas E. Faunce Dividends. 
April and October. Officers chosen 2d Wedue,-day 
in January. 

Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance 

Company, N<>. &\) Statk STBfctT; Inco«-, 1s2o; 
Capital, $-500,000; President, George W. Lyman; 
Directors, William Amory, Edward Au-tiu. Francis 
Bacon,. James M. Beebe, J. liigersoll Bowditch. J. 
Wiley Edraands, George H. Kuhn, Abbott Law- 
reuce, Geo. T. Bigelow, Francis C. Lowell, John 
A. Lowell. George R. Minor. Ignatius Sargent; 
Actuari/, Geo. T. Bigelow; Secretary, C 1 rus K. 
Hale; Receiver. Henry V. ("hamlerlain ; Clerk, John 
Tv. Fairiield ; Messenger, Samuel Krone. Dividends, 
January. Oihcers chosen S^t Monday in January. 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, No. :\Q Coukt Street; I>coupor.. , 1T ( JS; 
I'res., Charles. B. Cumings; Sec, John M. Corbctt; 
Directors, Charles IT. Cotting, Geofge H. Kuhn, 
Horatio H. Humievvell, Win f. Andrew*. Jeffrey 
Richardson. Nathaniel H Emmons, Peter C^ Brook.-. 
Thomas Wigglesworth, Wm. Perkins. Wm. Thomas, 
Wm. Minot. jr., Nathaniel J. Bradlee, Charles B. 
Cumings; Messenger, Henry S. Humphrey. Otli- 
cers chosen lat Tuesday in June. 

Mechanics' Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, No 28 State St kkt; Isjcor., 1>*3'J; Presi- 
aent, Solomon Hovey ; Secretary, (N-norn B. Hal): 
Directors, Loval Lovejov. Nathai iel Adams, .Jib 
A. Turner, Robert. Marsh, Jos. D Kol'ert>, Soio- 
mou Hovev, Jonas Fitch, Albert H. Kel.-ev. Samuel 
S.Cudworth, Charles J. Fox. Paul L>. Wanis, Ben- 
jamin Beal. Ambrose A. Ranuev; Surveyor, Alfred 
Bickiieli; Clerk. Jams D. K. VVillis. o'lheers cuo- 
seu 2d \S'eduesday in May. 

Mercantile Marine Insurance Company, 

:\o. 6S Statk Si-ukkt; Inc«»i:.. 1823; Capital, 
S300,o0O; President. Stephen 11. Bu'lard: Secretory, 
George R. Rogers; Directors S epheu U. BullarU, 
Israel G. Whitney, Jam^s B. B<adlee, Edward 
Wi^gleswonljj Elijah Williams. George R. Minot, 
. Richard C Nichols, 15- nj. F Field, Thus. M Devena, 
Wm. G Weld. Rufus A. Wi' s; Clerk, William S. 
Woodbridge. Dividend.-, May und November. 
O.iiuers chosen *-'d Monday in March. 



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Merchants' Insurance Company, No. 38 

gTATK mkkkt; Incur.. 1316; Capita l, 5500.000; 
f'rtsuietU, Wm. C. Rogers; Secretary, Jamw C. 
j;-. . '111111 : Directors. John A. Burn ham, J. -Wile) 
ptluiamU, Francis cunis, Thos. C >n ith. Elias E. 
JjuvLon, James Lawrence, Israel Whitney, Daniel 
S. Curtis Patrick OrauL, Samuel T. Morse, Wm. C. 
Rogers, Thomas Wigglesworth, Samuel Hoopt-r; 
C/erks, George W. IVarce, Jr.. I. H. B. Ji,ake. 
pividritds, April and October. Officers choseu 1st 
Tuesday in January, 

Jlonltor Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

H OLD STATE H'-r^t-;: 1no>k.. May:;, ix'>; ; pres- 
ident, Addison Hoyden; Secretary, Geo. H. Long; 
directors, Joseph F. Paul, Geo. H. Davis, Henry 
(;. Morse, Joseph 31. D<>e. George O. Carpenter, 
lieorge Everett. l». E. Poland, H. li. Bramaa, Caleb 
(.', Allen, Owen Bearse, Win. P. Emerson, Addison 
itoylen, Charles Torrey. Officers chosen :jd Wed- 
nesday in March. 

National Insurance Company, No. 66 State 
Street; Iscorf., !So2:CAPiTAL,>f300 0()0; President, 
Aaron II. Bean : Secretary, George W. Kuhn ; Direc- 
tors, Aaron H. Bean. Daniel Denny. J. Wile\ Ed- 
mamis. B. F. White. Jt hn A. LoweH, George U. 
Kuhn, Marshall P. Wilder. James McOregor, James 
SI.Beebe, Israel Whitney, Samuel T. Dana, Xathan- 
. iel Hooper. Wm. S. Billiard. Sam'! W. Swetr, Na 
thaniel 11. Emmons.' William Hammond. John De- 
fereux, Robert M. 3Ia=cn; Clerks, Calvin Bullard 
George H. Guild, N. T. Alien Dividends, April 
and October. Officers chosen 2d Weduesday in 
January. 

Xeptuue Insurance Company, No. f>4 State 
STREET; LxcOR., 1S3I; Capital? S3')O.00O: Presi- 
dent. Georire F. Osborne; Secretary, Eugene B. 
ffitibley : Directors, George F. usborne. Andrew T. 
Hall. Charles Homer. Charles J. Morrill. Barnabas 
Davis Benjamin Sewr.!}, Caleb A. Curtis, Jacob 
C. Rogers. Isaac Thacher; Clerk*, Walter C Harris, 
8, A. Kanlett. Dividends. April and October. Offi- 
cers chosen 1st Monday in May. 

Sew England Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
. imuy, No. &* State St ;I>cor.,1$3o: organized, 
l c 4:i; President, Benjamin F. Stevens; Secretary. 
Ji.w-ph M. Gibbens; Directors, Marshall P. Wilder, 
SevvtU Tappan, Charles Hubbard, George H Folger, 
Francis C. Lowell, James S. Aniory, Homer Bart- 
lett, Beuj. F. Steven*. Dwisrht Foster, and Jan. Slur- 
pis: Medical Examiner, W. W Morland, M. D. ; 
Actuary, W. C. Wright ; Cashier. Wm. G. McKown ; 
Clerks, Henrv A. Smith. Wm. Rate! iffe, Jr., Wm. B. 
Foul, S. F. Trull, H. C. Gardner; Messenger, D. 
Waldo Swallow. Officers chosen 3d Monday in 
January, (See page 0G7.) 

Xew England Mutual .Marine Insurance 

Company. Mercha>ts' Exchange, State St.; 
Iscor . lS-i): P wide nt, George C. Lord ; Secretary, 
benjamin Lvon ; i/lref'trs, OeorjreC Loro, Charles 
Cunningham, Isaac Taylor, J. Cushintr Edraands, 
5- G Cuapiu, Peter Butler. Ezra H. leaker, Freder- 
ick Xickei.-on, M. Dav Kimball, Alpheus Hardv, 
OtWii Howe*, J^cob W. Seaver, Henrv Gardner, 
Hartley L<,rd, W. A. Tower, John S. Farlow, Paul 
Soars. Benj K. H«.ugh, J. C Tvler, Geo. G Ryder. 
John Gardner, Geo. K. Guild, Joseph L. Brigham, 
,, •». Henry sears; bookkeeper, Charies W. Perkins; 
Lltrks, John Adams, Alfred Bresson, jr., Samuel B. 
HUureth; .\frssKiiyt-r, Then. H. Packard. Officers 
chdsen :\l Monday in January. 

"wth American Fire Insurance Com pan v: 

N<>. 1 Ol.li STATE HOUSE; iNCOaroRATKJJ. 18-31, 
r«*ll Assets. *;,7I.<W; President. Albert hawker: 
Socr-tm-if, In i. rr Mooe ; I>ire -tors. Albr-rt Bowker- 
SllM IVirce, John P. Ober, Charles Henrv Parker, 
John define", Jr., Alfred A Wellington, Benjamin 



E. Rate*, Jacob Sleener. John C. Potter. Paul Ad- 
ams. Edward Whzglesworth, Km c. Dyer, Samu* I 

E. Sawyer, Sampson Reed. Franklin Haven. Offi- 
cers chosen 2d Tuesday in March. 

Pr«"xrott Fire nnd tlfarine Inmiranee Com- 
pany, ot Boot on. No " Km by STREET; Ixcoi P , 

ls.')', : Cai'it vr,.-ijiH),(KHi: Pre*idetU,k rank I in on-fiie. 
Secretar »/.. Richard Pope; Director a. John B Alley, 
Jaim-s W. Converge, Franklin Greene, Francio M 
Johnson, Joseph S. Ropes, E. 1'. fileaton, Abbot 
LHwrenee. DnnieJ Dennv, .)r., Samuel Atherton, 
J-Vm. (;. Weld. A. W Stetson, Joseph P. Ellic :t. 
Officers Chosen 2d Wednesday in April. 

Shoe ami Leather Df«l«rs Fire and Ma- 
rine Insurance Company, No. 11 KiiBT 
Street; Ikcor . 1855; Capital, $200,000; Presir- 
dent, John C Abbott: Director*, John r. Abbott, 
Si as Potter, Gerrv W. Cochrane, John Hill, Daniel 
W. Nntting, J. B. Winn, Minot Tirreli. Francis 
Dane. L. B. Harrington, ^ll-ert Tirreli, Samuel 
Chase. James S. Stone. John P. Robinson. W S. 
Messervey, Ebeti B. Phillips, Henrv Savles; Secre- 
tary, Henry B. White; Clerks. W. S Burril). W. 
H. Johnson. Officers chosen 2d Wednesday in 
April. 

Suffolk Fire Insurance Company, No. ?U 
Stat ft- Street; Iwcor., 1850; Capital. 5150,000: 
President, James H. Lunt; Se.c'y. Ed-vard Foster; 

Directors. James H Lunt. James P. Bush, Thomas 
Parsons, James T. Hay ward, John H. Foster, Benj. 
G Boardman, Geo. William Bond. Benjamin B. 
Williams. Josiah Bardw ell. George Lewis, George 

F. Williams. Officers chosen in April. 

Tremont Fire Insurance Company, Office 
H7 State St., Boston*; Incur,, 1867; Capital, 
SJOi-.ooO; President, G. M. Dexter: Secretary, Jos. 
H. Wellman: Directors, Henry Cphrtm, John A. 
Burn'iam, Chas. O. Whitmore, John G. Cashing, 
Amis A. Lawrence, Chas. I". Cotting, A. -Lawrence 
E Imands, James F. Curtis, W. D. Pickman, S. B. 
Payson, Richard H..WeId, Geo. M^. Dexter; Clerk, 
Edward B. Bruce. Officers chosen 2d Monday in 
November. 

Union Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

30 Cot' RT STREET; Ikcok., lSlo; President, Geo. 
G Field; Secretary, liillinps B. Keed ; Director*, 
Gfor«e G. Field, Samuel H. Walley, Benjamin Lam- 
sou, Uriel Crocker. Billings Brings, Samuel Leeds, 
Daniel Henchman, Geo. i\. Kuhn. George i". Kige- 
low. Abraham T. Lowe, George A. Bourne, Elipha- 
let .lores. Jacob H. Loud, John P. Ober. Officers 
chosen 2d Tuesday in May. 

Union Mutual Life Iusurnnee Company, 

o\ Augusta, Maine; Inook.. 1S48; Directors' i )p- 
fice, -'7 Coi'HT. Street; <)P.k;inai. axo ACCUMU- 
LATED capital. $4,000,000; Heury Crocker. Presi- 
dent; Secretary. Whiting H Hollister; Directors. 
Henry Crocker, Daniel Sharp, Jas. Sawyer. Shelton 
Barr\ , Bradlev N. Caming-, Geo. C. Kund. ot Bos- 
ton ; George Dudlev, John D Lang, J. H. Williams. 
Joseph Bradstreet, of Maine : G. C. (-ollins, Edward 
R. Seeomb.of New York; Medical Examiner, John 
C. Sharp. M. D.; Chief Clerk, C. H. Brewer; Book- 
keeper, Ephraim Atwood. 

WasTiington Insurance Company, No. 72 

State Street; Incok., 1824; Capital, *3l>0.000; 
President, Isaac Sweetser; Secretary, Benj. Sweet- 

fjirectors, Thos. Lamb, Charles O. l.aje, J. T 



ser; fJirectors, Ihos. Lamb, Charles o. liRire,*!. I. 
Coolidge, T. Jefterson Coolidw, M. H. Simpson, P. 
M. Parkman. John H. Thorndike, John A. Higgin- 
son. Isaac Sweetser; Clerks, Alouzo W. Damon and 
J. Henrv Herman. Dividends, April and October. 
Officers chosen 1st Monday in May. 



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INSURANCE COMPANIES 



In other Cities, having Aget-rie* in Itoston. 



' 



Berkshire Life Insurance Company, of] 

Pirtsneld. Mas*.; Cash Asskts, $!.5<i0,uo0; Presi-\ 
dent, Thomas F. Phmkett; Secretary and Trea- ' 
Hirer, Benjamiu Chiekering; Asxistttnt Secretary, \ 
Jacob L. Greene; (lateral Agent*, F. <). Fo.*e and 

E. A, Gaiuwell, 9.5} Washington afreet; Examiner, ; 
H. P. Hemeuway, M. L>., at office daily from 12, M., 
to 1- i'. M. Agent, A. E. Chapmau. S'oli<:itors, K, 

F. Lanrrencej Charles Booth, li. 5. Dow lie. (See 
page 7»00 d7oao ; ocd 

Charter Oak Life Insurance/ CompHuy, ofj 
Hartford, Conn.; Asskts over 8 .» ' 0!" w ; President, i 
James C. Walkley; Vire- President, '/. A. Storrs; 
Secretary, Samuel H. White; Agent, H. M Palmer, j 
27 atate Street. 

Citizen*' Mutual Insurance Company, o*, 
Brighton, Mass., are now paving fistv percent div- 
idend on all expiring policies, Boston Oince, lioom 
No. 5. Traveller Building, 31 State Street. Ofliee 
hours, 10, A. it. to 1, P. XI. Agent* wanted in evtry 
Town in this State. President, E. C. Sparhaw* ; 
Secretary $ Treasurer, S. W. lrowbridge. . 

Commerce Insurance Company, Albany, N.Y- 
Asskts, $(550,000; President, A. Van Allen; Vice. 
President, G, A. Van Allen. Secretary. It. M. Ham- 
ilton; Directors, A. Van Alien.. C P. Williams, 
M. H. Rend, C. B. Lansing. H. D. Hawkins, A. 
McClure. P. Monteath, C. B. Redfield, J. W. Eaton, 
Jesse C. Potr.-., C. H. Adams, J. U- Reynolds, L. 
Chamberliu, George Dawson, J. B. Sanders, G. A. 
Van Allen, C. Sedaiu, It. Bancroft, B. E. Ward. 
J.. A. Chipman; Boston Agent, W. B. Sears, K> 
State Street. 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, of 
Hartford, Conn.; Cash Capital a.vu SukplUS, 
•350000. President, John B. Eloridge; Secretary, 
M. Bennett. Jr.; Agent. H: fc,. Darling, 27 State St . 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, established at Hartiord. Cot.n.; iiicorpo- 
attd by the Legislature of Connecticut, 1S46; AC- 
QUIRED Capital, over?-i5,000,000; General Agent, 
Edwin Ray. Office. S4 Wash, street; President, Guy 
K. Phelps; Fi^e-Presi lent, Zephaniah Preston;] 
Secretary, W. S. Olm.-ted ; Acta, try, Edwin W. Brv- j 
ant; Physician, L S. Wil-ox. M. IE; Directors, 
James Goodwin, Edwin : ! . Tiffituv, Henry C. Rob- 
inson, Edw. B. Watkiuson. John C Palmer, Zep'ha- I 
niah Preston. N. 31. Waterman. Thomas sisson, j 
Oo. S. Gilman, Guy K. Phelps, Hartford; Marcus 
F Hodges. New York; Charles Lowell Thayer, Bos- j 
ton. (See page 701.) K 

Continental Life Insurance Compnuv, of 1 
Hartford, Conn.; Assets, $i,25<i,00o: Ut'FiCKits: j 
President, John S. Rice; Secretary, Samuel E. Kl- ! 
more: Meilical Examiner. P. M. Hasting, M- D;! 
Directors, Hou. Jolm S. Rice, Ex-Speaker House of i 
Keprwentatives; Hon. Lucius J. Hendee. President \ 
.Etna Insurance Co.; Horace Cornwall. Counsellor, ' 
Hartford; Hon. Ezra Hall. Chamberlin & Hal!: Hon. | 
AJljnS. Stillroan, Ex-Mayor City of Hartiord : Sam- ! 
uei E. Elmore, Sec'y Continental Li!e Insurance 
Co ; Hon. H. K. W. Welch, Welch & Shipman ; Ah- ' 
»ier Church, Manufacturer, Hartford ; William H. i 
Post,!*). ott& Post; Hou. Roffer Averili, la-e Lieu- ; 
tenant-Governor of Conn.; Gtueral Agents, Par- I 
tens, Winchester, & Beecher, 5 State Street. 

Continental Life Insurance Coinimnr, oi 
New York Citv ; President, Jus us Lawrence ; i'ice- I 
President, G. Hilton Scribner: Secretary, J. P j 
R"Rern; Actuary, R. C. Fro-d; .Iftnaaers, Barnard ■ 
Brothers; New England Branch. Post Building, \ 
i''-vu.,vhire, cor. Water Street, Boston; Medical] 
Examiner, E. A. Peikius, M. IE 

Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance ('om- 
P*»y, of Dorcnester, Mass.; |',hdh Otlice. No 3 I 
Piieenix Building; Ixcor, is-v> ; President, Ed- j 
miiwlj. Baker; Secretary, W E. lemnle; Geniral 
Agent, W. II. Brown. * i 

Fireman* Fund 
Fraud 
(Ja 



d San 



insurance Company. 

I'cisco, Cal.; Cash Capital (Uoli>),€:>Oo.uuo; i 
>u sciri.i/s (Gold), $!7s,u;aj.la; Asst-TS, $67$- i 



030.18; Liabilities 812.R00.79; Officer* of rnr Cam. 
panyj 1). .1. Staple*, President; llenrv Outton. Vice* 
'President i Charle* K. Bond, Secre.'ary: Board 0/ 
Directors .• San Krancisco— Alpln-us Bull,. John But- 
ton, A. Himmelnmnn, I. I'.. Purdy, J. C. L. Wada- 
worth, Jo-eph 1'eirce, William Bl.ick.uood, .^ \l. 
Throckmorton, John H. Gai diner, H. L. Lewi-*, 
James Dow.*, C. G. Athearn, M. Lyncb, Con Wil- 
Hsftun, Kilel Phillips, Samuel H. Greene. J. W. 
Brittan, M, Meyer, J. N. Ristlon, Jerome Lincoln, 
Lewis Soher. C. Kooptnanschap, E. V. Hatha.* av, 
Lewis Cunningham. W. B. Bourn. W. C. llalstnti, 
AV. H. Sharp, John O. Earl, W. 31. Hixon. G J. 
Lawion. C. T. Forest, Henrv Outrun, D. J. Stnpk*, 
W. H. Lyon, AV. \V. Hanev.'l'. Sailo-r. R. J. Tobin, 
C. Wolcutr Brooks, W. H. Pntte^on, Irving H. 
Knowfes, Wm. S. O'Brien, C. Sprerkel-, J. L. tie la 
Montngnie, James Pollock, Alexander Weil, Jnmes 
M, Go.wey, David Dick; Petaluma— F. W. Longec; 
Sacramento — Samuel Cros*; Boston, Slass. — ,). [>. 
Parker. Tin? Stockholders of this Company art; in- 
dividually liable lor all its debts and obligaiibns. 
All losses promptly adjusted and paid in Boston; 
William B. Sear*. Agent and Attorney, No. -fo Mare 
Street, Boston. (Sev front colored page.) 

Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company, or 
New York; Cash Assets, $i, 750,000; Presi -tent, 
Pliny Freeman; Secretary, Henry C. Freeman; 
Manager Eastern Department, Geo. Kenipton, -0 
State street, Boston. 

Guardian Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
of New York; Walton H. Peckham, President i 
Henry V. Gahagan, Secretary ; Lucius McAdam; 
Actuary: O T. MacKarlan, General A gerd ; Branch 
Ofiice. Room V.l, Old State House, Boston, .Mass.; 
Charles E. Wells, Manager. 

Jordan, Eddy, &. Co., General Insurance Agents ; 
Office, No.. 70 Washington, cx>r. State St.. Bostou; 
Authorized Agents for the following Insurance 
Companies — Washington (Fire) Insurance Com- 
pany, New York, Assets, S7o.>.t>*o; Commonwealth 
Eire Insurance Company, New York, Assets, >r :,- 
000; iF.uui Eire Insurance Company, New York, 
Assets, SKio.ooo; Hope Fire Insurance Company, 
New York, Assets. $'iii.>,0W0; Metropolitan (Fire and 
Marine) Insurance Company, New YoTk,.- Assets, 
$425,000; Merchants Eire and Marine Insu-ance 
Company, Providence, Assets, $375,000; P. E. Eddy, 
\j. S Jordan, A. S. Lovett. 

Manliattan Life Insurance Company, of 
New York; CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATION, S-"»-l''7,- 
5">~; Losses paid, $2,3*1,000; Divipkkps jmi'k, 
$1,1515^344; President, Henrv Stokes: Vice-Presi- 
dent, C. V.M'empie; Secretary, J. L, Halsey; Actu- 
ary. S.N. Steblnns; Gen 3 l Agents, Everett & Pmree'; 
No. 151 Washington St., Boston. (See page liiJL) 

Marine and Fire Insurance ; Franklin S.Phelps 
and E. W. Pearson, 4 State Street. Boston; Ageucy 
of the Albany City Insurance Company, Albany, 
N. Y.; Cash Capital. $200,000; Total Assets, $:.">;- 
103.23. I'nitrd SLates Fire and Marine Insui-tnce 
Company, Baltimore; Cash Capital, §250,000; Total 
Assets, $473,155.34. Marine Insurance, under tite 
Boston Form ot Policy, in the above Companies, at 
current rtdes of premium. Tradesmen's Fire In- 
surance Company. N. Y.; Cash Capita!. $150,000; 
Total Assets, $3(>U,<' , 80. 15. Republic Insurance Com- 
pany, Chicago, III.; Authorized Capital, $5,000,000; 
Cash Capital, $74',). 220 (being L»0 per ct. paid in on 
§3,740,100); Jutal Assets, $037,242^0. Fire Insur- 
ance iu tiie above Companies, oh Manufactures, 
Warehouses, Owellintfs,aud Merchandise generally. 
Policies i^s:.ed, Losses adjinded and promptly retilcd 
at this office. .Marine and Fire Insurance ellecied 
iu Boston and other lirst-cl.tss Companies jo uny 
required amount. 

Massac fkUMetts Mutunl Life Insurance 
Company, <d' Sprin.'lieid, Mass.; Asskts. over 
<?->,000.0*Wl : President. Hon. Caleb Rice; Secret'irif, 
Francis li. Bacon; Directors, Hon. Caleb Rice. Hon. 
A. I. Beuyon, Samuel I'.owles, editor. Sylvanus ad- 
ams, James Ivirkuam, Edmund Freeman, Otis Child*, 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



G17 



Ja*tch *"tone, W. C. Sturtevant, Henrv Fuller, Jr. , 

iMr.nl I Htnl'-rt. F. B. V.Hcon. Clark W. Brvaii. II. ! 

„• Holnian ; K. W. Bond, E. C. Cow-din, Wm. I'.r.>ss. i 

,in Lombard, J. L. Erringer, John s. Kid- ] 

, r '...!l. Geu. J. Stannard, ,J;lflKr> M. Cliurchi i ! \ 

(.>»/ Ag*nt y John Bumstead, Boston ofiice, IT'.i I 
\i-4ii.ii)^tou street. 

^ ari -*gj«nfl<-tt Fire and Mariue hmnrmirc '< 
' (nmi>Hii>- ; Capita i, £.">0",00o ; surplus $243,- 
ro vide net, R. I. President A. O. IVck: ,>»'..•- 
E. I'urner; Assistant Secretary, W. Henry 
Fredrick*; Directors, Seth Padelford, W. H. Rey- 
r>-»Kl», ."»jmti«l M. Noyes, Henry A. Hidden. Cyrus 
Lii'i, Aii xander Farnum. Josiah Whitaker, Robert 
Itanton, Daniel Day. Colin C. Raker, Samuel Fos- 
trr , li;iac Hartshorn, Daniel Remington. Allen 0. 
ivek. Lyman B. Frieze, Henry Lippitt, George H. 
Hoppiu, shubael H. Cady, .Jacob Dunnell, Jr., Al- 
bert S. Gallup, Royal C.Taft, Robert Knight, Caleb 
Skngr.ive, .John P. Campbell, Horatio N. Slater, Jr., 
joim S. Ormsbee, Edward H. Robinson, James M. 
Pendleton, Stephen C. Arnold, Edwin Turner; 
dgent, J. W. Porter, 27 Stare Street, Boston, Mass. 

gniional Life Insurance Conxpuny, of Mont- 
pelier, Vermont; Boston Branch Cilice, 9ti Wash 
lia^tua Street, Bo>ton ; Cash Assets, $S00,00O. All 
p.-oiiti divided among the insured, at the end of 
each live years, and paid iu cash. President,. Dr. J. 
Y. Dewej ; Secretary. George W. Reed ; Boston 
ttirtctors, Franklin Havvu, James C. Con', esse; 
Hoard of Reference in Boston, Alpheus Hardy & Co , 
James M. Beebe Esq., F. W. Lincoln, jr. & Co., 
Klizur Wright; Medical Examiner, Geo. 1\ Gree- 
ley; General Agent, J, T. Phelps. 

Xmttona! Life Insurance Company of the 
tinted States oi America, Washington, D C. 

CiiartiTPd by Special Act of Congress, July 25, 1806. 
Paid lp Cash Capital, One Million Dollaks 
{#1,O0O,«j0O); President, C. H. Clark; Chairman of 
Pittance and Execuiire Committee. Jay Cooke; S~g- 
rHuru and Actuary, Emerson W. Peet : Rollins and 
Chandler, of" ihe Board of Directors, General Agents 
.'• r Sew England; J. P. Tucker, Manager; Henry 
I. Bon-ditch, M.D., Jfedie-il Referee and Examiner, 
Office, No. 3 Merchants Exchange. Boston. 

»\v York Life Insurance Company, of Xevr 
York; CHARTERED IX 1>>45; Entire ACCUMULA- 
WOS3, OVER $11,0 J0,0C0. /VestVtenf, Morris Franklin ; 
V<h& President and Actuary, Win. U. Beers: Trus- 
t"-. Morris Franklin, Isaac C. Kendall, John 31. 
-Nixon, David Dows, Daniel >. Miller, Henry K. 
Bogert.John L. Rogers, John Muirs, Wm. H. Ap- 
pleton, Robert B. Collins, Wm. Barton, Win. A. 
'•••"tii. Henry Bowers. Sanford Cobb, Geo. A. Os- 
guod, Edward Martin, Edwin Hovt, Charles L. An- 
thony, Louis F. Bnttelle, H. B. Claliin. Branch 
W«if, l.{ Merchants' Exchange, Boston; Mancr/er 
mid A 'tenet/ Supt. D. W. Russell; Medical Exaniin- 
cr* H. L. Delano, M. D.. Win. W. Morland, M. 1)., 
•'• II. Gilbert, M. D. (see page. Goo.) 

-^orth America Life Insurance Compnnv, 
>'-w Yurk: Asset.-, s?4.i0o,ux-O; {'resident. S. D 
Mnrgan; Vice-President. ' T. T. Merwin ; Actuary, 
'•<•<>. Rowland; Advisory Actuary, Prof. H. A. New- 
ton, of Yale Collie: Secretary, J. W. Merrill; 
•L-'-i. >>,-. H. C. Morgan; Annuities, Endowments. 
Niai-Forierture. and ordinary Liie Policies granted 
on the best tei raa. This Company makes a special 
'lepn.-it with tile Insurance Department of the Sfure, 
l')i which Registered policies are issued it desired, 
countersigned by the Superintendent of the Insnr- 
>»»«■ Department of the State of New York, certify- 
jj'J! that such policies are secured bv pledge oi pub- 
Ji " stocks. This makes ever.' Bettered Po icv aa 
••euretorhe holder as a National Bank Nwte, >>r a 
united states Bond. Agent for Boston Branch,,}. 
<«reeiie Jones, So. Ill* Wushin^ton Street, Boston. 

"Ortrlch Fire Insurniice Company, of Nor- 
*«•»• Conn. ; Asskts, >;.V','«"i ; President, Eben 
L-an il( l ; Vke- Presided, George A. Div.-ier; 
'"!' " r, ''" r .v, VV. T. Sttere; directors, Ebea Learned, 
AUfcuMuj Brewster, Leonard Ballou, FranKliu Meii- 
' ; *. «J m. W. liUIings, lnuuthv P. .Norton. Ashbel 
u '«..:uanl, tleury B. lraeey. Charles .Juhn>uu t 
yyM Smith, Samuel c. Wor^in, LaFa\ett« S. Fos 
Ur . B vary P. Haven, Join L. L-enniaun. Charles 



.. , .'A) i e- •••-lit. 

Washington Street. John M. 



Osgood, Lorenzo Blackstone, Hut'li N. Osgood, 
Francis A. Dorrance, John Mitchell, Salon L. 
Saylea, George A. Drewer; Boston Agent, W. U. 
Sears, -lo State Street. 

I'»tin. Mutual Life Iiisurulice Company, of 
Philadelphia; Organized W," ; purelv mutual; all 
premiums and Dividends Non- Forfeiting ; Jamea 
Traquair, president; Horatio S. Stephen*, v-<r-- 
titry; John w. HorrUir, Actuary i Dividends de- 
clared annually for the past six v. 
Boston Office , 
Falk, Manager. 

Provident Life and Trust Company, 111 
South Fourth Street, Philadelphia; President, Sam- 
uel R. Shipley; Vice-President, Wm. C. Longstreth ; 
Actuary, Eo'vlind Parry ; l>irectorn, Sam'l K. -idp- 
ley, Wm. Hacker, Jo-duia R. Morris, Riehurd Wood, 
Richard Cadhury, Henry Haines 1 . F. \Vist.ir Brown, 
William C. Longstreth,' of Philadelphia, and C»as. 
F. Coffin, Richmond, Ind. ; General Agent for A'ew 
England, Gilbert C Hoag, 31 and ^ Did State 
House, Boston. 

■ Q,nincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

of Qnincv, Mas. Available axi> Cash Capital, 
$41o.oo:t.71 ; SURPLUS, $310,958.22. Insures build- 
ings, merchandise, and personal property generally, 
o>> terms ax favorable as i« done by anv other ^i'-i- 
dend-paying company. President, William S. Mor- 
ton; Secretary, Charles A Howland; Treasurer, 
Israel W.Munroe; Boston Ofiice, 12 P.razer's Build- 
ing, 21 State Street; Agent, W. Porter. 

Rosier "William* Insurance Company, Provi- 
j deuce. R. I. ASSETS, ^200,000 President, A A. 

Williams; Secretany.J.Y?. Davenport; Dirt- -i,,rs, 
\ William Spra-ue, Wiliiam Earle, W. F. Adie, Benj. 
j M. Jackson, A mas a Sprague, C. G. Burrows, W. H. 

Aborn, J. J. Reynolds, C. B. Slanchester, James 

Tucker, A. H. Manchester, John Wilson Smith, 
j Ail-n Shaw, H. G.Tucker. E.2f. Davis, T.R. Grren, 

K. W. Jackson, C- T. Keith. W. D. Davis, P. M. 

Mathewson, A. A. Williams, Stephen Harr.s, A. M. 
; Kimball, Geo. L. Clatlin ; Boston Agent, W. B. 
| Sears, 40 State Street. 

' William I>. Sears, General Agent. No. 40 State 
Street, Boston, authorized Agent for the follovriug 
Companies: Commerce Insurance Company, Al- 
bany, >'. Y.; Assets, §050,000. Roger Will isims In- 

I su ranee Company, Providence, R. 1.; As-et-. $200,- 
000, Norwich Fire In-urance Company, 2s'<.r -••'!- i, 
Ct.; Aas-ets, $350,000. Fireman'a Fund Insurance 
Company, San Francisco Ca!.; Assets (Gold) $-i?S,- 
0-JU.16. (Set; iront colored i>:'.ge) 

| Royal Fire Insurance Company, of Livet- 

poui, England; Ai'thorizei> Capital, -'! | ."- •■ •: 
Paid up Capital a>-d Rkskkvks. g7.500.00U; 
shareholders liable lor all c!aim>: losses settlfd in 
Boston without reference elsewhere; Agent and. At- 
torney, Stephen Higginson ; Surveyor, Wm. C Ui.'- 
ginson ; Ofiice, i aud 3 ivilby S;., Bo-tou. (see back 
colored page.) 

Scctiritj- Life Insurance and Annuity Coiu- 
pany, of .New Vork; Established lf>6 - 2; Assets, 

; 1S0U. $1,000,000. Robert L. (-a-e. President : I'heo- 
dore K. Wetmore, Vice- President i Isaac H. All n, 
Secretary; J. W. Fletcher, General Agent for Six 

; England, So. 22 School Street, Boston. 

State Mutual Life Insurance Company. Af 
Worcester; Incorporated in ISM; Acvumci. ated 
Capital, nearly $1.0*J0, W). President, Hun. 1-aa; 
i Davis; Treasurer, William Dickinson; Secretary, 
Clarendon Harris; Boston Agent, E. Cj. Bacheller, 
V.-A Washington SU*eet, opposite Scliool Street. 

; Traveler* Insurance Company, of Hartford, 

.rants all kinds oi* LIVE and Ac< ii-. L N i insuniui e, 
either efpa-rati-iy or eoiubined, at law rates for each. 

| The oldest, best estaMished, ami moM succe>si*ul ac- 
cident insurance company in America and the first 
to combine Life and Accident Insitraiioe and r one 

! police an i pn mium. Cash Assets, over Unp MtL- 
i.i'on'. Has i. .Mired 150, (MM) policies, and paid over 
7Vii Thousand losses. Prtsid**nt,J.G. BatTerson. 
Secretary, Rodney Dennis. Consulting A-tnary, 
El izur Wright. G wral Agent fur Massachusetts, 
Chaw. (.;. C. Piununer, (Jilice, VJ Washington street. 
Boston. 



618 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



United States Life In«nrancc rompniiyji 
V.»«,;« *-■■'<'•■ •'"''O. Branch Office, 7ri State Street, 

1,,.-:, a. K. ./. LO'SG if ( ()., General Agent*. 

v . .ir.d iivfi'.rlanf plans fur pat/iny-up and w(/"- 

; 7 ;v ,,,/,-,,. i i.-iiKil with this (.'om^tiiy. /W- 

i-v.« «7<V >-'"i-''< f/eit'ibte. i 

Polic^-bohier- paUioipite in th* profits, without 
in • rr;- .- ..r-.- of ;he liabilities of the Company 

I ratio of net assets to net value is much greater i 
In t hi* P;an in any other old company doing business | 
in Sfas-achusetts. 

The ia>t dividend was forty per cent, and an extra ; 
of twent> percent on all previous dividend*. 

l*«ilie* -holders can u>e or apply their dividends in 
a £r<-ate- variety of ways, thau is afforded by any 
cither company. 

Washington Life Insurance (nrapany, of 
New York; Cash A S*KTS, over "$1,500,000; Presi-l 
J id. Cyrus Curtiss: Secretary and Actuary, William I 



rer, Jr.; Branch Office, No. 70 \V,i 
Boston; General Agent* 1 , c. W. Holdfn t 



A. Brewer, Jr 

Street 

Co. 

Wevmouth and Br^lntfee Mutual Fire i,, 
mivstnce CotnpAuy ; Agent, W. I'orter, .\ .. 

Brazer'd Bulldiutf, ^7 suite. Streeti 

CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 STATE STREET, Agent ;. , 

North American Insurance Company, N'i x \ 

Hanover " '• ' "-•' «• 

M irket " " 

Astor " a " 

Continental " " ** 

Irving ,l " •■:•.,♦' ,v 

Republic " ♦• M 

Commerce " •' .*< 

Equitable fj . " , : . . , Provil. 1 . ( v 

Hope " M " 

Traveller's " •« . Hartford 

hit A 



GAS LIGHT COMPANIES. 



• 



Adam*, South Adams. Org. 1858. Capital, $17,000. 
/>/-.-,.• tent, W. C. Plunkett. Treasurer, J. C. Chal- 
mers ; Superintendent, Henry J. Barker. 

Arlington Gas-Light Company, Arlington. 

At-leborout'h. Attleborough. Inc. 1855. Presi- 
dent. Albert M. Everest. Treus.) Ezra B. Heath. 

Union Gas- Light Company. Attleboro'. Pres- 
ptent.J. W. Capron. Treasurer a7td agent, G.X- 
Crandaii. Secretary, L. W. Dean. 

Beverly. Beverly. Inc. 1800. Capital, $40/00. 
pres'ulent, John!. Baker. Treasurer and agent, 

■ John i;. Hill. 

Boi^on Gas-Light Company, Boston. Inc. 1822. 
Capita!, 51.250,000. President; John Ainory, Low- 
e!i. Treasurer and Agent, W. W. Greenough, 20 
We-r. Secretary, Charles C. Smith. Superinten- 
dent. Alonzo M. Giles. 

East Boston Gas-Light Company, E. Boston, 
lac. i>o:;. Capital, $175,000. President, C..C. Gil- 
bert. Treasurer, George H. Plurumer. 1 Maverick 
square. Superiuten<lent, Win. W. West. 

Roxbnrv, Boston. luc. 1852. Capital. $324,000 
President, Henry Bartlett. Treasurer, William B. 
Kingsbury. Superintendent, Thomas J. Fishon. 

South Boston Oas-Lisjht Company, South 
ten- I.e. lfo». Capital,. $175,000. President, 



George B. Emerson. Treasurer, Richard .Monks, 
8 Congress square. Agent and Clerk, E. J. Daven- 
port. Superintendent, Edward Jones. 
Bvooklint, Brookline. Inc. 1853. Capital, $77,00.). 
President, .John C*. Abbott. Treasurer and Secre- 
t-try. Nathaniel Harris. Superintendent, F. C. 
Sherman. 

footbridge. Cambridge. Inc. 1852, Capital, $350,- 

*<U. Pmideut, A. 14. Hiidreth. 7¥e«sw€r, Estes 

Howe. Superintendent, Win. Gibson. 
Caarlealown, Charlcstown. Inc. 1851. Capital, 

$'.'<■. <,vo. President, Peter Hubbeli. Treasurer and 

Agent, Geo. B. Neal. 
Chelsea. Chelsea. Inc. 1852. Capital, $150,000. 

Prt*uletti, Isaac Stebbin*. Treas., C. T. Symonds. 

Superintendent, Joseph M. Somers. 
Chieop^c. Chieopee. Org. l»52. Capital, §30,000. 

Ay ut, James T Ames. 
ClL.tou. Clinton. Inc. 1854. Capital. 80,000. 

/' ■■•-- i /»-/<C F auklin Forbes. Treasurer, Charles L. 

S»au. Secretary. Henry N. Bigelow. Superinttn- 

<••■''. Hilton Jewett. 
Dattver^. Danvers. Inc. 18G0. Capital, $20,000. 

•"'' tulettt, Daidel Richard*. Treasurer and Secre- 

Mry, \Y. L. Westou. Superintendent, H. A. l'er- 

kioa. 

D^dham. Dedlinm. Inc. 1S>1. Capital, S50,000. 
Pre*iieot, Henry Cormerai;'. Treasurer and Clerk, 
Btur> W. LiUiards. Superintendent, Ansou F. 



DoreJi-ester. Dorchester. luc. 1.S50. Capital. SUjn,- 

0<X). President, Samuel Atherton. Treasurer, W.. 

l'ope. Superintendent, W. B. Brooks. 
East Hampton, East HamptOH. Org.-1864. Cap- 
ital, $25,0t0. President, S. Williston. Secretary 
J and Treasurer, II. L. Clark. Superintendent, Geo. 

L. Manchester. 
| Pall Iliver, Fall River. Inc. 1S47. Capital,'$26,- 
t (x»o. President, Richard Borden. Superintendent, 

William li. Durfee. 
Manufacturers', Fall Itiver. Inc. IsOo. Capital. 

$.33,000. President) John S. Brayton. Treasurer. 

Cliarles P. Stickney. 
Pitcliburi,'. Fitchburg. Inc. 1852. Capital, $45,- 

000. President, Rodney Wallace. Secretary, Trim:., 

and Superintendent, H. F. CoggahalL 
j Gloucester. Gloucester. Inc. 1854. Capital, $46,000. 

President and Treasurer, Fj*ederick <1. Cow. St ••- 
I refer ij, D. W. Low. Superintendent, Charles W. 

Cochrane. 
: Great Harrington. Great Barrington. Inc. 1S55. 
j Capital, $5,000. President and Treasurer, Asa C. 

Russell. Secretary, E. P. Woodworth. Agent, P . 

A. Russell. 
' Greenfield, Greenfield. Inc. 1856. Capital, $20,- 

000. President, Rufus How land. Secretary and 

Treasurer, Samuel O. Lamb. Superintendent, Jas. 

Porter. 
Haverhill. Haverhill. Inc. 1653. Capital, $50,(X 

President. J. V. Smiley. Secretary and Treasurer. 
j William Caldwell. Svperintendent, L. B. Stevens. 
! Hoi yoke "Wafer Power Company, Holjoke. 
| Agent, S. S. Clase, 

! Jamaica Plain. Jamaica Plain. Inc. 1^5::. Capi- 
j tal, $00,000. President, John C. Pratt. Secrtim 
i and Treasurer, J. Phillips Geortte. Supt., .) 
| Rogers. 
Lawrence, Lawrence. Inc. 1S49. Capital. $200, 

000. President, I. H. Blake, Boston. Treasurer^ 

It. W. Emmons, Boston. Agent, George D. (Jabot 

Clerk, A. C. Tenney, Boston. 
j Improved Gas-Lig;lit Company, Lawrence 
i Agent, George K. Wiggin. 

! Lowell, Lowell. Inc. 1-1'.). Capital, $250\6o'ft. Pre* 
\ iiteit, John Wright. Treasurer, Jehu !•'. Kogera 

Clerk, D. B. Bartlett. Agent, Oliver E. Cushi - 
I Lynn, Lynn; Inc. 1853. Capital, $70,r.00. I'r- ' 

dent, James N. Bulfum. Secretary and Treasurer 
i Valentine Meader. Supt., Andrew Mare. 
' Maiden and 3felro.se, Maiden. Inc. 1855; < ; ' n ' 



1. 



tal, $^4,000. President, V. P.P.Ware. Tna* 
J. il. Converse. Sui>t., J. M. Learned. 
rHarbleliead Gas Company. Marblehead. 
corporated hN>L Capital, $40,000. Pre*., Ste 
P. Hathaway, Jr. Superintendent., Wm. Spar! 
Treisurtr, Win. Humphrey**, , 



GAS-LTGHT COMPANIES. 



619 



tf.rlhoromrh, Marlborough. President, Samuel 
,: .,»■!. Treasurer, Geo. A. Ellis. 

tthMlrborough. Middleborough. Ir.c. 1836. Cap- 
., ,i * .km* l'ri'jrri*'ior, N . I> Wil{*?r. 

HHCor<l (ompiuiy, Milford. Inc. l^-it. Capital, 
, v ,i«i, presuient, Allen C- Kay. Secretary, G. 
it tt n'v. Treasurer, B. E. Harris. Superiuten- 
a ,i, Win. T.irbell. 

IhHttncket. Nantucket. Inc. 1854. Capital, $.%,• 
,*.. /'resident. <ieo. W. Macy. Tre-istirer, An- 
drew W. iiyrick. Superintendent, Wrn. II, Col- 
li-. 2.1. 

.\ f w Bedford, New Bedford. Inc. 1S5'<. Capital, 
flfl.oOo. President, Win. C. Tuner. Treasurer, 
J l«. li. Congdon. S^pf , Gideon Wood. 

\rwnnryport. Xewburyport Inc. 1850. Capital, 
|sj,ik<o. President, Richard Fowler. Treasurer, 
Rben F. Stone. Superintendent, .Jas. W. Hervey. 

XrtTioii mill Watrrtown, Newton. Iuc. 1S">4. 
Capital, $109,r.'5. President. Joseph X. Bacon. 
fiecreturii ami Treasurer, B. F. Bacon. Superinten- 
dent, L. 1". Gerould. 

Xorth Adams, North Adams. Org. 1S64. Capital, 
|iu,0<». /'resident, Sylvander Johnson. Treasur- 
er, II. ('lay Bliss. Superintendent, J. J. Marsh. 

jjtarthampton, Northampton. Inc. \Siy), com- 
■neticed K")7. Capital, S.vsOfX). President, Marvin 
M. Kretich. Treasurer, Win, B. Hn'e. Secretary, 
\. l\ Peck. Superintendent, David W. Crafts. 

\orth Attleboroiiirh Nortii Attlehoroujrh. Inc. 
!\V>. Capital. $">o/iou. President, Wm. D. Whit- 
lug. Treasurer and. A gent, Henry Rice. 

Xorth Bridge water, North Bvidgewater. Inc. 
\<<'J. Capital, SIO.OOO. President. Noah Chesman, 
Treasurer and Se:retdru, H. W. Robinson. Supt., 
X. l>. Wilber. 

rtttoflelt! Coal, Pittsfield. Inc. 1*54. Capital, 
#5U.noo. President-, Robert W Adams. Secretary 
nil Treasurer, Win. R. Plunfcert. Superintendent, 
Hubert Faulkner. 

Plymouth. Plymouth. Tnc. 1*5-1. Capital, $40,000- 
President, Wmslow Drew. Treasurer, William S. 
Uautbrth. 



Citizens*, Quincv. Tnc. 18(H). Capital, $12 ,500. Presi- 
dent, Eieazer Frederick. Treaturer, Horace B. 
Spear. Superintendent, Benjamin F Baas. 

Salena. Salem (>r^ 1*50. Capital, $175,000. Presi- 
dent, S. G. Win- -aland Treasurer ami Superhtten- 
dent, David Moore. Secretary, Richard Gardner. 

Salisbury and JTmeslmry, Amesbury Mill.-. 
President, Thomas J. Clnrk. Treasurer, William 
(J. Binney. 

Sandwich, Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. eupply 
the town with gas. 



Org. 1859. Proprit- 



Southbridge, Southbridjre. 
tors, John Edwards & Co. 

Springfield Co., Springfield. Inc. 1S17. Capita!, 
$-400,000. /'resident, Marvin Chimin. Trensnrer, 
James D. Brewer. Superintendent and Clerk, (;»-o. 
D wight. 

Taunton, Taunton. Inc. W>X Capital, fGO.ooo. 
President, Albert Field. Clerk, 'Treasurer, and Sn ■ 
perintendent, Edwin Keith. 

Citizen's of Reading. Wakefield, and Stom- 

h am, Wakefield. Inc.' 1859. Capital, $93.6Sft. f'rr.?i- 
di nt, Edward Mansfield. Treasurer and Secretary, 
Lilley Eaton, of Wakefield. Superintendent, B. B. 
Burbnnk. 

AValthnm Gas-Light Co., Waltham. Tnc. 1854. 
Capital, $50,000. President, Isaac T\ Scott. 'Treas- 
urer, Horatio Moore. Superintendent, Samuel E. 
Locke. 

W"b*ter Ga*-T,ight Co., Webster. Inc. 18<W. 
Treasurer, W. H. Stevens. 

West field, Westtield. Inc. 18TO. Capital, S25,n00. 
President, \. B. Whitman. Treasurer and Secre- 
tary, Samuel Fowler. 

Won urn- Woburn. Inc. 1S54. Capital, $-22,500. 
President, David 1>. Hart. Treasurer and Super- 
intendent, Aaron Thompson. 

Worcester Gas-Light Co., Worcester. Inc. 1S52. 
Capital, $300,000. Pres., Joseph ^a r ^^nt. Treas., 
Win. Cross. A'jt. and Superintendent, J. B. Blake. 



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°ur publications, as our Agents never take any sum, however 
small, iu advance. 



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NEWSPAPERS, 



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Abington Standard, weekly, 52 per year; J. S. Smith, East 

Abingtcn .* Abington. 

Adams Transcript, weekly; 52 per year; James T. Robinson 
& Co. publishers, North Adams Adams. 

Hoosac Valley News weekly, 5: per year; Angeil & Man- 
deville, North Adams ". : " 

Amherst Record and Hampshire Express, weekly, $2 per year; 
Storrs & McCloud " AmJierst. 

Amherst Student, semi-monthly, 52 per vear; Scorrs & Mc- 
Cloud : 

Villager, weekly, SI. 75 per year; W'm. H. B. Currier Amesbury 4 (Salisbury 

Bibliotheca Sacra, quarterly, S3 per pear; VV. F. Drafter Andorer. 

Worcester West Chronicle, S2 per year; R. William Waterman Athol Dejtot. 

Barastrd.de Patriot, weekly, 52.50 per vear; Goss & Phinuey Barnstable, 

Barre Gazefe, weekly, 52 per year; J. Henry Goddard Bam. 

Beverly Citizen, weekly, $2 per year; .John 13. Cressy Beverly.. 

Bridgewater Banner, weekly, 52 per year; Pratt & Goss Bridgewater. 

Cambridge Chronicle, weekly, 52.50 per year; George Fisher, Camoridge/>orf. 

Cambridge Press, weekly. 52.5't per year; James Cox " 

Bunker Hill Aurora and Boston Mirror, weeklv, 52.50 per year; 

W. W. Wheildoo .* Charleston. 

Charlestown Advertiser, week.lv, 52 per vear; Win. R. DeCosta u 

CHARLESTOWN CHRONICLE, weekly, 52.50 per year; 

Richards & Wason '. .- " 

Chelsea Telegraph and . Pioneer, weekly, $2.50 per year; H. 

Mason & Sons , . Chelsea. 

Clinton Courant, weekly, 52 per year; W. .J. Conker Clinton. 

Danvers Monitor, weekly, 52.50 per pear; C. D. Howard .. . D invers. 

Dedharn Gazette, weekly, 53.50 per year; Henry O. Hildreth.-. Dedham. 

Douglas Herald, weekly, 52 per year; G. VV. Spencer & Co. . . . Douglas. 

East Bridge water News, weeklv, 52 per year; J. Burrell Eist Bridgeivater. 

Vineyard Gazette, weekly, 5 1.50 per year; Charles M. Vincent EdgarUrum. 

Fall River Monitor, weekly Wm. S- Robertson Fall River. 

Fall River News, daily, So ; weekly, 52.50 per year; Alray, 

Milne, & Co " 

Fitchburg Reveille, weekly, 2 p^r ye^ir Fitchburg. 

Fitchburg Sentinel, weeklv, 52 per year; Garfield & Stratton.. M 

Cape Ann Advertiser, weeklv, 52.50 per year; Procter Brothers Gloucester. 

Cape Ann Light, weekly, 52 per year; .John S. E. Rogers " 

Gloucester telegraph, s'enii- weekly, 52.75 per year; John S. E. 

Rogers , " 

Berkshire Courier, weekly, 52 per year; established in 18345 

Marcus H. Rogers Great Barrington. 

Gazette and Courier, weeklv, 52 per year; S. S. Eastman Greenfield. 

Harwich Press and Cape Cod Republican, weekly, 52 per year; 

John W. Emery ." Harwich. 

Essex Banner, weekly, S2 per year; E. H. Saffbrd Haverhill. 

Haverhill Gazette, weekly, -52 per year; E. G. Frothingham. . . " 

Tri-Weekly Publisher, 54.50 per year; Woodward & Palmer.. " 

Hinghum Journal, weekly, 52.50 per year; Blossom & Easter- 

bro< >k ." * Bingham. 

Holvoke Transcript, weeklv, 5 2 per year; Charles H Lyman. Holyoke. 

Hudson Pioneer, weekly, 52 per vear; William W. Wood Hudson. 

Lawrence American, weeklv, 52 per year; daily, 5-1 per year; 

George S. Morrill & Co.. ". Lawrence. 

Lawrence Daily Eagle, 54 50 per year; Wadsworth Brothers... 

Lawrence Seirtuel, weekly. 52 per year; A. Morrison 

The Essex Eagtp, weeklv. $1.50 oer year; Wadsworth Brothers " 
VALLEY GLEANER AND BERKSHIRE FARMERS' ADVO- 
CATE, weekly, 51.75 per year; Jusiah A. Royce Let. 

Central Berkshire Chronicle, weeklv, 52 per vear; Wm. H. 

Hiii &• Co : * 

American Citizen, weeklv. 52 per year; C. L. Knapp and Geo. 

F. Morev ". ..." Lowell. 

LOWELL DAILY CITIZEN' AND NEWS, 55 per year; C. L. 

Knapp and Geo. F. Morev (see buck colored pa_re) 

LOWELL DAILY COURIER, $6 per year: Marden & Rowell 

(see back colored page) 

Lowell Weekly Jour.mil, 52 per vear; Marden & Rowell 

Vox Populi, weekly, $2, per year; S r o ie £ Huse 

Lynn Semi- Weekly Reporter, 54.50 pur year; P. L. Cox Lynn. 

The Lynn Transcript, weekly, 52 50 per year; Kimball, Nichols, 

& Courtis ". M 



NEWSPAPERS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 621 

Mar t>oro' Mirror, weekly, $2 per year; VV. W. Wood Marlborough. 

3 lij ileboro' Gazette and Old Colony Advertiser, weekly, S'i 

: ..',• year; Pratt & Hasty , " Middlxborough. 

lit f, ,i Journal, weekly, 52 per year; J M. Stewart Miiford. 

Inquirer and Mirror, week!), 52.50 per year; Hussey & Robin- 

\,, u Nriniticket. 

N»tiek Times, weekly, 52 p* r year; W. W. Hemenway & Co. . Natick. 
V-w Bedford Mereury, daily, S7; weekly, 52 per year; Fe.ssen- 

d-'ii 'i u -« ker. , Kev Bedfurd. 

l\\v ng Standard, daily $6 per year; E. Anthony & Sons. .. . w 

Kv'nUiiiicau Standard, weekly, 52 per year; E. Anthopy & Sons " 

\\ ii.d-'uian'.s Shipping Li-t, weekly, 5i per year; Benj. Lindsey " 

Qttwburyport Daily Herald, 50; semi-weekly, 54 per year; VV. 

U. iluVe & Co.. .* Nmburyport. 

Herald of The Gospel of Liberty, weekly, $2.50 per vear; 

j hiniel P.Pike .*.... 

S\-v,toii Journal, weekly, 52.50 per year; H. M. Stimson, New- 
ton Corner ". Nevcion. 

Hampshire Gazette and Northampton Courier, weekly, 52 per 

vear; Trumbull & (jQi'e. ... Northampton. 

New England Homestead, weekly, 52.50 per year; Henry M. 

Burt & Co ." " 

Northampton Free Press, semi-weekly, 53 per year; Albert R. 

Parson* . .. ... " 

Ni,rth Bridgewater Gazette, weekly, 52 per year; Augustus T. 

Jones. " " North Bridgewaier. 

Palmer Journal, weekly, S2 per year; G. M. Ftsfc & Co Palmer. 

Peabody Press, weekly, 52.50 per year; Chas. D. Howard Peab<*dy. 

Pitcstield Sun, weekly, 52.25 per year; Phiuehas Allen & Son, Pittsjield, 
Berkshire County Eagle, weekly," 52 per year; established in 

1^8; dickering & Axtell. ... .* " 

PLYMOUTH ROCK AND OLD COLONY MEMORIAL, 

weekly and semi-week. v, Andrews Bros, (see b. colored page) Plymouth. 
TKl'E PLYMOUTH ROCK, weeklv, 52 per vear: Moses Bates. 

(see back colored page) ..."....,.'...* 

Qiiincy Patriot, weekly, S2.50 per year; Mrs. M. Elizabeth 

Green * Quincy. 

Ki-t Norfolk Register, weekly, 52 per year; E- W. Holmes. . . . Rawlolph. 
Kftj>ex County Mercury, weekly, 52 per year; Caleb Foot Sc 

N. A. Horton ; Salem. 

Sal-vn Gazette, semi-weeKly, 53.50 per year: Caleb Foote and 

N. A. Horton * " " 

Salem Observer, weeklv, 52 per vear; George W. Pease & K. 

S. Traill. " ". ' u 

Salem Register, semi-weeklv, $3.50 per year; John Chapman 

and Charles W. Pal'ray. ." 

Cape Cod Gazette, weekly, 52 per year; J. R. Niekles jr Sandwich. . 

buuthbridge Journal, weekly, 52 per year; Win. B. Morse. .... Souihbridge. 
New England Homestead, weekly, 52.50 per year; monthly, 

1 r > c:s. per year; H. M. Burt & Co SprhuiJizlJ. 

Springfield Union, daily, 56; weekly, 52 per year; L. H. 

Taylor & Co 

Springfield Republican, daily, S3; semi-weekly, 54; weekly, u 

v2 per year; Samuel Bowles & Co. 

Bristol County Republican, weeklv, 52 per vear; Dawes, " 

Wilbar, & Da vol. *. ". Taunton. 

Taunton Daily Gazette, daily, 5o per year; J. VV. D. Hall •* 

union Gazette and Democrat, weeklv, 52 per vear; J. VV. D. 

Hall '. 

Wakefield Banner, weekly, 52.50 per year; A. A. Fo-ter Wakefield. 

Wahham Free Press, weekly, 52 per year; George Phinney, . Widthani. 
Waitham Sentinel, weeklv, 5- per year; Josiah Hastings. ...... 

VVttre Standard, weekly, ^2 per year; G. M. Fist* & Co Wan. 

Wareham News, weekly, 52 per year; Bract & Co Wareham, 

Webster Times, weekly, 52 per year; J. A. Dresser Webster. 

Bmurday Evening Chronotvpe, weeklv, 52 per vear; Pierce »Ic 

.Stevens " * V.- Westborough. 

8"estrield News Letter, weekly, $1.50 per year; P. L. Buell. .. Westftld, 

Mi ldloex Journal, weekly, 52 per year; Edgar Marchant Wo'mrn. 

geymouth. Gazette, weekly, S2 per year; C. G. Easterbrook . . Weymouth. 
M'->;ubusetts Spy, weeklv, >2 per vear; J. D. Baldwin & Co. Worcester, 

Worcester Daily spy, Ss per year; j. D. Baldwin & Co 

Worcester .Egis and Gazette.* weeklv, 52 per vear; S. B. Bar- " 

tUolomew & Co ' ." * " 

Worcester Evening Gazette, daily, 57 per year; S. B. Bar- 
tholomew & Co " " 

Worcester Palladium, weekly, 52 per year; J. S. C. Knowlton. u 

«*rmoath Register, weekly, S 2 per vear; Charles F.Swift... Yarmouth Pori. 



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NEWSPAPERS IN POSTON. 

Advent Herald, weekly, S2 per year; American Millennial Association, 46 Kneeland. Rev 
J. M. Orrock, editor. 

Advocate of Peace, monthly, 50 cents per year; Araerleau Peace Society, Grj'6. C. Beck- 
with, D.D., 40 Winter! 

Amateur Cultivator's Guide, annually, 25 cents p«>r year; Washburn & C >., 100 'Fremont. 

American Law Review, quarterly, S5 per year; Little, Brown, & Co., 110 Washington. 

American Messenger, monthly, 25 cents per year; American Tract Society, 104 Washington 

American Miscellany, monthly, S3. 00 per year ; J. II. Brigham, 28 State, room 35. 

American Protestant, weekly, S3 per year; 32 Congress 

American Railway Times, Si per year; John xY. Haven, 64 Federal 

American Union, weekly, S2.50 per year; Elliott, Tiiomes, & Talbot, G3 Congress! 

American "Workman, monthly, $1.50 per year; W. S. (loss & Co., 37£ Cornhill 

Ainericaniseher Botsehafter, 25 cents per year; American Tract Society, 104 Washington 

Atlantic Monthly, S4 per year; Fields, Osgood, & Co., 124 Tremont. 

Rallou's Monthly Magazine, Si. 50 per year; Elliott, Thoines, & Talbot, 63 Congress. 

Banner of Light, weekly, §3 per year ; Win. White & Co , 153 Washington. 

Boston Advertiser, daily, §12 ; semi-weekly, $4 ; weekly, S2 per year ; Dunbar, Waters, & 
Co., 29 Court, 

Boston Almanac, annually, 50 cents; Geo. Coolidge, 3 Milk. 

Boston Business Street Directory & Illustrated Guide. oO cts. per year ; Geo. Coolidge, 3 Mii'< . 

Boston Courier, weekly. S3 per year by carrier, S2.50 by mail ; Geo. Lunt & Co.. 34 Cong." 

Boston Cultivator, weekly, S3; O. Brewer, 13 Winter. 

Boston Directory, annually, July, $4 ; Sampson, Davenport, & Co., 4 7 Congress. 

Boston Herald, daily, $5 per year, B. C. Bailey & Co., 103 Washington. 

Boston Sunday Herald, weekly, S2 per year; E. C. Bailey & Co., 103 Washington. 

Boston Journal, daily, $10 ; semi-weekly, S4 ; weekly, S2 per year ; Ctiarles O.Rogers, 120 
Washington. 

Boston Journal of Chemistry, monthly, 50 cents per year; J. R. Nichols & Co., 150 Congress.! 

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, weekly and monthly, S4 per year ; Drs. Luther Parks, 
jr. and David F. Lincoln, editors; David Clapp & Son, publishers and proprietors. 

Boston Post, daily, S10 per year; Reals, Greene, & Co., Water corner Devonshire. 

Boston Press and Tost, semi-weekly, S4 per year ; Reals, Greene, & Co., Water, cor. Devon. 

Boston Shipping List, semi-weekly, $S per year; Learned, Tpmpson,& Co., 5 Chatham row. 

Boston Statesman and Weekly Post, $2 per year; Reals, Greene, 5c Co., Post Building, 
Water, cor. Devonshire. 

Boston Sunday Courier, S3 per year ; Geo. Lnnt & Co.. 34 Congress. 

Boston Weekly Spectator, S2 per year; Dunbar, Waters, is: Co., 29 Court 

BflBtoner Intelligent Blatt, weekly ." SI. 50 per year ; F. R. Teuthorn, 21 Eliot. 

Bri-ish Journal of Homoeopathy, quarterly, $6 per year; Otis Clapp, 3 Beacon. 

Child at Home, monthly. 30 cents per year; colored, 50 cents ; American Tract Society. 
It] 4 Tremont 

Child's Paper, 25 cents per year; American Tract Society, II. E. Simmons, treas., 104 Wash. 

Child's World, semi-monthly, 24 cents per year; American Sunday-school Union, 40 Winter 

Christian, monthly, GO cents per year; 11. L Hastings, 19 Lindali. 

Christian Advocate, weekly. S3 per year; J. P. Magee, agent, 5 Cornhill. 

Christian. Banner and Tract Journal, monthly. 35 cents per year; Rev. Lemuel S. Pot- 
win, editor, 104 Tremont. 

Christian Era, weekly, 82.50 per year ; A. Webster. 17 Tremont Temple. 

Christian Register, weekly, S3 per year; Christian Register Association, 2o Chnincy. 

Christian Witness and Church Advocate, S3 per year ; E. P. Duttou & Co., 135 Wash. 

Commercial Bulletin, weekly, $4 per year; Curtis Guild & Co., 120 Washington. 

Commonwealth, weekly, S3 per year ; Chas. W. Slack, 8 Rromfield. 

Congregational Quarterly, at S2 per year; 40 Winter. 

Congregational Review, semi-monthly, $3.00 per year; Rev. E P. M; 

Congregationalist and Recorder, weekly, S3 per year ; W. L. Greene ^ Co., 15 Cornhill. 

Der Pioneer, S5 per year; K. Ileinzon, 32 Summer, room 1!>. 

Rial Express List, quarterly, 10 cents each; 1L Dodd, 23 Congress. 

Bwight's Journal of Music, "fortnightly, S2 per year; O. Ditson & Co., 2' 

Eastern Insurance Review, S2 per year; F. Glea<on. 40 Summer. 

Every Saturday, weekly, S5 per year; Fields, Osgood, & Co., 124 Tremont. 



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NEWSPAPERS IN BOSTON. 623 

Pathfinder, quarterly, 10 cents each ; George K. Snow & Hnpgood, 5 Lindall. 
ur Union, weekly, Si peryear; Elliott, Thomrs, & Talbot, G.'J Congress 
n, monthly, 25 cents per year: American Tract Soeiety, IG4 Tremont. 

mi's Monthly Magazine, $2.50 per year: Clias. W. Moore, editor, 21 School. 
America, C. M. Ilovey. Si each ; 53 North Market. 
i Ilonifi Circle, weekly, $2 per year: F. Gieason, 40 Summer. 
lours, monthly, S2 per year ; J. P. Mngee, 5 Cornhill. 
ws, monthly, 15 cents pur year; J. P, Magee, ajient, "> Cornhill. 
[ii[>lar, semi-monthly. Si per year; C. C Roberts, "24 Congress. 
,"esv-England Ileal Estate Journal, James Gray, proprietor, semi-monthly, $1 per 
mi,, in advance; oflice. 4 Scollay's building. 

lardian, monthly, SI per year ; by the X E. F. M. R. Society. 21 Newton Plaee. 
issionary, month ly, 50 cents per year; Mass. Home Missionary Society, 31 Wash- 
d Christian, weekly, S2.50 per year; Samuel C, Austin & Co., 7 Green. 
d Police News, weekly, $4 per year; 4 Aiden. 

tor, weekly, S3. 50 per year; Horace Seaver and J. P. Meudum. 84 Washington. 
>t* Applied Chemistry, monthly, $2 per year ; Dexter & Co., 40 Pearl. 
Imanac, annually, 50 cents; Geo Coolidge, 3 Milk 
Expository, monthly, S3. 50 per year ; J. P. Magee, ngerit. 5 Cornhill. 
epository, monthly, S2.50 per year: the Universatist Publishing House, 37 Cornhill. 
Companion, weekly, $3 per year ; F. Gieason, 40 Summer, 
ge, weekly, $8 per year ; Littell & Gay, 30 Bromfield. 

ian and Record, monthly, 25 cents per year; American Baptist Missionary Union, 
>edford. 

i of Horticulture, monthly, §2 per year ; Ilovey & Co., 53 North Market. 
Monthly, S2.50 per year; Theoph. G. Wadman, proprietor, 36 Kilby. 
isetts Directory and Register, annually, February, S3; Sampson, Davenport, & Co., 
'ongress. 

isetts Plowman, weekly, $2.50 per year; Geo. Noyes, 51 and 52 North Market 
issetts Teacher, monthly, SI. 50 per year; Massachusetts Teachers' Association, 129 
ihington. 

Museum, montlily, $1.50 per year; H. B. Fuller, 14 Bromfield. 
t Quarterly Review, S2.50 per year; J. P. Magee, agent, 5 Cornhill. 
'v Advocate, monthly gratis; J. P. Magee, agent, 5 Cornhill. 

•v Herald, monthly, Si per year; 33 Pemberton sq.. Charles Hutchins. general 
.t, A. B. C. F. M. ' 

y Magazine, monthly, SI per year ; Am. Baptist Missionary Union, 12 Bedford. 
Journal of the American Unitarian Association. Si per year; 26 Chauncy. 
Novelette, S2 per year ; Elliott, Thomes, & Talbot, 63 Congress. 
Ten-Cent Novelette, SI per year: Elliott. Thomes, & Talbot, 63 Congress. 
Religions Magazine, So per year; L. C. Bowles, propraetor, 26 Chauncy. 
emi-monthly. 50 cents per year; the Universalis* Publishing House, 37 Cornhill. 
veekly, S2 50 per year; Jas. M. Usher, 27 Cornhill. 
Chronicle, weekly, S2 per year; Rice, Rogers, & Co., 173 Washington, 
ire h Magazine, for children, monthly, Si. 75 per year; published by II. II. ^c T. W. 
ter, agents, 25 Bromfield. 

jiand Business Director;-, price $6 ; "Sampson, Davenport, Sc Co., 47 Congress. 
slant! Dial, weekly, $3.60 per year; H. Dodd, publisher, 23 Congress. 
;land Farmer, weekly, S2.50, monthly, $1.50 per year ; R. P. Eaton & Co., 34 Mer- 
its Row; 

ztand Historical and Genealogical Register, quarterly. S3 per year: 17 Bromfield 
'land Insurance Gazette, monthly, S2 per year; SV.il li am Hidden. 33 School. 
*land Journal of Philately, 25 cents per year; W. W. Learned & Co., 81 Wash, 
ilmd Postal Record, weekly, $2 per year: Win. M. Kendall, K3 Water, 
usalein Magazine, monthly, S3 per year ; H. H. & T. W. C \rtrr, 25 Bromfield. 
.merican Journal of Homoeopathy, quarterly, S4 per year; Otis Clapp, agent, 3 
con. 

meriean Review, quarterly, S6 per vear : Fields, Osgood, !<c Co., 124 Tremont. 
e, monthly, S2 per year; Elliott, Thome*, & Talbot, 63 Congress 
Magazine, monthly, Si. all! per vear; John L. Shorey, 13 Washington. 
>[»tie's Magazine, weekly, S2."0 per veai*; Lee ^ Shepird, l 19 Washington. 
, monthly, Si per year; G. I). Russell & Co., publishers, 126 Tremont. 
nb Animals, monthly, Si per year; Mass. Society for Prevention ot* Cruelty to A ni- 
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Our Young Folks, monthly, $2 per year; Fields, Osgood, & Co., 124 Tremont 

Pathfinder Railway Guide, monthly, supplement weekly, 10 cento; George K. i>no-.r & 
siood, 5 Lindall. 

Pilot, weekly. $2.50 per year: P. Donahoe, 19 Franklin. 

Prize-Story "Monthly Magazine, $2 per year; Pratt Bros., 3 7.t Cornhill. 

Radical, monthh*, 84 per year : S. H. Morse & J. R. Marvin, 25 BromrTeld. 

Jtoxbury Gazette, S2.50 per year; W. II. Hutchinson, 1820 Washington 

Sabbath at Home, monthly, $2 per year ; American Tract Society, Rev. Lemuel S. Potwin, 
editor, 164 T remont. 

Saturday Evening Express, weekly, $3 per year; Morgan & Co., 113 Washington. 

Saturday Evening Gazette, weekly, Si per year ; Henry N". Hudson, editor, P. i>. Goods id i, 
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Shot' &.Lea«her Reporter, weekly, §3.50 per year, semi-weekly, $G per vear ; Dexter & C >., 
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Sierra Magazine, monthly S3. 00 per year; C. E. Keith & Co., 100 Pearl. 

Sporting Times, illustrated, weekly, $4 per year ; 4 Alden. 

Sramu Collector's Record, monthly, 25 cents per year; S. Allan Taylor, 81 Washington. 

Student and Schoolmate, monthly, Si. 50 per year; Joseph II. Allen, 203 Washington. 

Suffolk County (Journal, $2.50 per year ; L. B. Weston, 15 Guild row. 

Sunday School Advocate, semi-monthly, 40 cents per year; J. P, Magee, agent, 5 Cornhill. 

Sunday School Gazette, 30 cents per year; published by the S. S. Society, 26 Chauncy. 

Sunday School Teachers' Journal, monthly, 40 cents per year; J. P. Magee, agt., 5 Cornhill. 

Sunday School World, monthly, 50 cents per year; A.m. Sunday School Union, 40 Winter. 

Sunday Times, S3 per year: B. W. Thayer and R. C. Dunham, 21 School 

Tiiton's Journal of Horticulture, monthly, S3 per year ; Tilton & Co., 161 Washington. 

(transcript, daily, SO, weekly, S2 per year; Henry W. Dutton & Son, 92 Washington.' 

Traveller, daily evening, $10; by mail, semi-weekly, S4 ; weekly, $2 per year; Wortbmg- 
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True Flag, weekly, $2.50 per year; Moulton & Lincoln, 50 Bromfield. 

Uni versa list, weekly, $2.50 per year; published by Universalist Pub. House, 3 7 Cornhill. 

Universalis! Quarterly, S3 per year; The Universalist Publishing House, 37 Corniiill. 

Watchman and Reflector, weekly, $3 per year; John W. Olmstead & Co., 151 Washington. 

Waverley Magazine, weekly, $4 per year; Moses A. Dow, 5 Lindall. 

Well-Spring, weekly, 60 cents per year ; Rev. Asa Ballard, editor, 13 Cornhill. 

Wide World, weekly, 82-50 per year; Ichabod N. Fernald, 28 State, room 39. 

World's Crisis, weekly, $2.50 per year; Advent Christian Publication Society, 167 Han- 
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Yankee Blade, weekly, S3 per year; J. Jones, proprietor, 32 Congress. 

Young Crusader, monthly, 50 cents per year ; 12 West. 

Young Pilgrim, semi-monthly, 50 cents per year; Advent Christian Publication Society. IG't 

Hanover, Vl'm. B. Herron, editor. 
Youths' Companion, weekly, SL50 per year; Perry Mason & Co., 151 Washington. 
Ifoutlts' Visitor, monthly, 25 cents per year; American Millennial Association, 46 Kneeland- I 
ZionV Herald, weekly, S2. 50 per year; E. I). Wiiislow, agent, 11 Cornhill. 

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EXPRESSES RUNNING FBOM BOSTON. 



Abbot. We.—- "Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. ( 
IftiOKton— Ford, ■> W;iah. 
WSfiton—V. S- »ri«l Canada, 39 Court <q. 
\ ( tun. Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devou. 
wl on.M*.- Marshall, -%!Couit<q. 
Acton, Me.— Batfley, 10 and ■"!.; Court sq. 
|«im>, Mi-.- r'rince, 1 1 State 
Acton, Me.— Canney ft C>. 3ti Courtsq. 
Act.m, dr. Me.— Bagley, >o * 3:2 Court sq. 
jkeiiahnet— Hutch ft Co. 34 v ourt sq 
AeW'Tth. N. IE— United State* ft Canuda, 

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Auk worth. N. H— Nashua ft Lowell K. K- 

Express, H3 Court Rquare 
Adams— Am.- Merch. In. Ex. Co. 91 Wash. 
Addison, Me.— East. Ex. Co- 51 Devon. 
Addison, Vt.-U. 8. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
Adri hi, Mich.— Am. Mer. C. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Apiwain— Am. Mer- l>n. Ex. Co. 94 W a>h. 
Albany, Vt.-U. 8. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Alimny, Me.— Eiwt. Ex. Co. .51 Devonshire 
Albany, Me— Prince. 11 State 
Albany, Me.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Albany, N.H.— Baejey, 10 Court so. 
Albany, X Y —An;. M-tr. Un. Ex.. 04 Wash. 
Albion— Leonard, 9S Wa>h. 
Albion, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Albion, Me.— Prince, II State 
AIOOTgh, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Alexandria, Vs. — Marmlen, 98 Wash. 
Alford— Am. Kerch. Un. Ex:. Co. 94 Wasn. 
Alfred, Vie.— East. Ex. Ca 51 Devonshire 
Alfred, Mo.— Ba-lev. 10 Court sq. 
Alfred. Me.— Marshall. & Court sq. 
Alfred, Me.— Prince. 11 State 
Alzer's 9e ition— A. M. Un. £x. Co.94Wash. 
AKenstnwn, X. II. — U. S. 40 Court sq. 
«Alna. Me.— East. Exp. Co. SI Devonshire 
Alstead, X. H.— X. A L. R. R. Ex. 3-3 Ct. sq. 
AUted, X.H.-U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 
Alton, Me.— East Exp. Co. .51 Devonsiure 
Al.oa. X, a.-\ilo,.:« Court square 
'Alton, X. H. — Canney ft Co. "J Court su. 
. Alton Bay, X. H.-Niles, 33 Court square 

Amesbury — Mauson, .v.' Court square 
- Alnesbury— Welis, 8 Court square 
Amherst— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Amherst, Me.— East. Exn. Co. 51 Devon. 
■ Amherst. X. fl.-X. ft L.'R. R. Ex. j 1 Ct. sq. 
Amherst, X.!).— East. Exp. Co. 51 Devon. 
Aiuoskeug, X.K.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Atnoskeat;, V ((.— Hill ft Co. s Court sq. 
Amity, Me. -East. Exp. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Andover— Johus.m, 8 Court square 
• imdover— Millett, 10 Court square 
Andover. Me.— East. Exp. Co. 51 Devon. 
Imdover, Me.— Prince. 11 State 
Atulover, X. B.— Clark & Davis, .5 Cong. sq. 
Andover, X. 11.— U. ;>. ft Can. 4-) Ct.sq. 
Andover, V't._ U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
' Amiover, Ct.— Earn.- Ex. Co. 9- Wash. 
Andover, Ct.— Aaums Ex. Co. 2S Court 
Annapolis. X.S.— Ea-.r, Ex. Co. 51 Devon 
Aliiiisquam— Pn ssotis, 34 Court sq. 
Aanisquam — Currier ft Co. 5 Omsf. sq. 
■Aiinisquam— Py^-e, :\2 Court square 
■Ansonm, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. iS Court 
ptnnnta, Ct.~ .Earle Ex. Co. U-> Wash. 
Anthony, R. I— Earie Ex. Co. .>■■< Wash. 
Antrtin, N. H.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Coutt sq. 
Antrim, X.H.-X. ft L. K. K. Ex. 33 Ct. sq. 
Ippptettm, Vie.— Prince, 11 State 
Applrtnn, Me.— East. Exp. Co. 51 Devon. 
Ar.-yle, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Amnion— Dow, 5 Congress square 
. Arlii.2ton-Kussell. 34 Court square 
. Arlington— Winn, 3 Wash. 
Arlington, Vt.— I'. S. ft Can. 3i> Court sq. 
Artowsic, Mi-.— Kast. b'x. Co. 51 Devon 
Asnoway, lU.-Earle Ex. Co. :S Wash." 
■ Ashbnrnham— U. S. at Can.:*) Court sq. 
A»>»by_ Morrill and C:o. Si Court square 
AshUeld— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. Co. N4 Wash. 
Ash'ond- Leonard. 9i Wa.il>. 
Ashland, Me.— Clark ft Davis, .5 Con", sq. 
Ash!, mi, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
A-.lWo.-d, Cl-A. M. Un. Ex. Co. "4 W. : .-h. 
A.h ,.y Kails- A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 'M Wash. 
Asldeyv.llt- A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Altitun— Leonard, Sfc Wush. 
*«huetot, X.li.-r-U. S. ft Can. «fc» Court sq. 
*«h.icl«, X.H.-A. M. V. Ex. Co. 94 \Vn»n. 
Awonet-B. B. Kinsley, ao Court 
Athrns. Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
**h«Tis, Me.-Prince.H State 

Jjjwn'on* SlL-EntuEx. Co. SiDcvon. 
*JJ?n»n, X. ll.-t)dl.u.:-.; Court «.,ua.-e 
*^!nHon,X.H.-Perkii>s..s Court square 
AfKuu,,,.,, x .11. -East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
"!"" : : >'•'«.- Ayer.5 Coiutre** square 
AKkhoro'-Am. Mervn. Un. SM W lt -!i. 
Annum— LeonKrd. :«.s Wash. 
A» ••"«, Me.-r*st. Ex. C. 5! D, vn,„hire 
Aut '«rn, Me.-1'eople'iE- - Court square 



Auburn, Me— Prince. II State. t 

Aul)urn.X. If.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court iq. ! 
Auburn, X.H.— Hill -v Co, g Court square j 
Auburn, X.Y.— A. M. Un. Ex. Co 94 Wash. 
Auburiidale— Hatch ft Co. ■* Court sq. 
Auburnda'e— JVnison, >4 Court square 
Ausiu-ta, M:-.— Ken. ft.Bot. Ex SCoBg.iq. 
Augusta, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Aunabuw, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Aurora, Me.-East. fc'.x. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Avcrill. Vt— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Avon. Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. '.-S Wash. 
Avon, Ct.— Am. Mer.Un. Ex. Co. 9-t Wash. 
Avon, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. -JH Court 
Avon, vie.— Ca-.t. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Avon, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

Buileyville, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
BakerslieM, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Baldwin. Me.— K.jst. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Baldwin.. Me.- Prince. 11 State 
Bali win's, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 40 Court 
Baldwins, Ct.— Earle's Ex. 9* Wash 
Baldwinvilie— U. S. ft (.'an.39 Court sq. 
B-ilIard Vale — Brown, 5 Con?ress square 
Ballstown, X.Y.—TJ. < ft Cau. 39 Court sq. 
Baltic. Ct.- Adams Ex. Co. 40 Court 
Baltimore, Vt.-U. S. ft Can.-'i9 Court sq. 
Baltimore, Md.— Adams E.x. Co. 28 Court 
Baltimore, Md.— liarr.den, 98 Wash. 
Baltimore, Md.— Kinsley * Co. 40 Court 
Bancroft, Me.— Clark ft Davis. 5 C«ng. sq. 
Bancroft, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Bancroft. Me.— Crown .v Bradbury, 8 Ct.sq. 
Bailor. Me.-Ea<t. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Ban -or, X. Y.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Baring, Me —East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Barnard, Me.-East Ex. Co. 5! Devonshire 
Barnard, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Courtsq. 
Buruet, Vt.— U. S ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
B.trnstabU— Witiu-.-eli ft Co. 34 Courtsq. 
Banisfcead. X.H.-U. S. ft Can. 40 Courtsq. 
Barnstead, X. H .— Xil-s, 33 Cour square 
Barre— Leonard, 98 W ash. 
Barre, Vt. — U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Bamnsron. X. II.— Xiies, 33 Court square 
Barrington, K. I.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 VV'ash. 
Bartlett. X. if.— Prince. II State 
Bartlett, X.H-— Xiles, :>J Court square 
Harriett, X. U.— Baaiey, 10 Court square 
Barton, Vt.— U. S. ft ( an. 40 Court sq. 
Bath, Me.-East. Ex:. Co. ,51 Devon.-iure 
iiath, Me.— E'eople's Exp. Co. 36 Court sq. 
Bath, X\ H-— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court square 
Becket— Am. Mer. Vn. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Be'ddmirion, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Bedford— Corey, 5 Congress siiuarc 
Bedford, X. li.— U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Bedford, X. H.— Hil! ft Co. 8 Court sq. 
Belchertown— A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 ffwh, 
Belfast. Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Belgrade, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Beliingrutm— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Beiliugham— Marstou.d Congress s<juare 
Bed .ws Falls.Vt.— A..\L Enu Ex. 94 Wash, 
Bellows Fails, Vt.-U. S. ft Can. :J9 Ct sq. 
Betmont — Adams. 24 F. II. square 
Belmont— Park*. 101 F. ft. Market 
Belmont, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Kelvirtere, Vr.— V. S. ft Can. 40 Courtsq. 
Benedicta Me. — Brown ft Bradbury, & 

Court sqnnre 
Benedicta, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
HeTininston, X. H.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Bennington, X. H.-X. s L. R.K.&-J Ct. sq. 
Bennington, Vt.— A. M. In. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Bennington, Vt.— U. S. ft Can.. "9 Court sq. 
Benton, X. IE— U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Berkley— Davenport & Mason, l\ state 
Berkley— Old. Col. Bx. Co. ."-". Court sq. 
Berkshire, Vt.— V. S. ft C 111. 40 Court sq. 
lierkahire— A. Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wa*h. 
Berlin — Sawyer. N Court square 
B.rlin, Ct— "A. Mer. Un Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Berlin, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co IW Wash. 
Berlin, X. IE-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
B-rlm Falls.N.H.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Berlin, Vt.— U. S. ft Cnn.Vi Courtsquare 
Bernardston — A. M. Un. Ex. Co. M4 Wash, 
herna: dstun— U. S. ft Can. '"' Court square 
Her a .ek. Me.— Canney ft Co. 3i Court sq. 
! Berwick, Me.— Bsslev, 10 Court square 
i Berwi.-k. Me.— Goodwin. 10 Courtsq. 
' Betliel, Me. -Kast. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
• Bethel, Vt.-U. S. £ Can, W CiMirt square 
< Iieri.lelK-.n X. It.— U . - .ft Can. 4 ■■ ' t. -•;. 

! Bid'let'frd. Me.— East.Ex* Co. 51 U^von. 

I Buhl- ford. Me.— [V\s-r, M Court 

! Bidil ror.l, Me.-l'.no-e. II jiMtB 

j liiru-.ica— B. ft L. K. it. C\. Court square 

i Birmiugnam, C».— Carlo Ex.Co.iW ^ v . i»h. 

oi.-min.'iian-. , Ct.— \-Uu\.-. Ex. Co.--< Ct 
I Bi:u-k>;on.— i:.,:!- Ex, Co. 1.x. <M Wash. 
i BiancUard, Me.— East- Ex. 51 Devonshire 



Blnndford— Am. Merch. Un 94 Wa« n . 
Bl.«,inhe.d. < It — Ad ams. 40 Coui t 
itioomb-l!. Cl-A. M. Un. Ex. 'J4 «„.(,, 

U mil -M. »'t.— Earle Ex. Co. • S M .1 . . 

Wloi ni'leld. Me.— Kast. Ex. Co. 5 U .,-,. 
Boothbay, Me.— Peoples, 8 Court - , 
Booth buy, \|e.— Ken. ft B. 5 CongivM »q. 
Bloomrit-lU.Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 4' ( ou tso. 
Blue Hill, Me.— Ea«. Ex. Co. 51 l>-,.. . .. 
Bolton — Si» v- r. "< Court sq. 
Boiton, Vt.— U S. * Can. -m Court square 
Bolton. Ct.— Earle Kx. Co. 98 W .si,. 
Bolton. Ct.— Adams Er.. Co. M Court 
Boothbny. Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Boscawen X.ll— U. S. S Can. 40 ct. sq. 
Bow, X.H.— U. S. ft Can. 4-' Court square 
Bowdoinham, Me.— East. Ex.Co.51 Devon. 
Bowe ban's. Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Buxford— Pickett, 5 Couuress square 
Bo\ l.iton— U. S. A Can. "Court squire 
Bradford. X. H.-U. S. ft Can. 4<» C« sq. 
Bradford — Aver, 5 Congress square 
Bradford. Me.-East. Ex. Co. 5! Devon. 
Bradford. Vt. — U. S. ft Can. 4n Court sq. 
Brading, Vt.— U. S. * Con. 39 Court sq '.ar« 
Bradley, Me.-East. Ex. Co. :,[ Dev mshire 
Bradley Vaie, \ t.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct.sq 
Bra.iitree— O. C»*hing, J Wash. 
Bramtiee, Vl — V- S. « Can.4o Court sq. 
Brandon, Vt— "U. S. ft Can . 39 Court square 
Brauiord. Ct— Am. Merch. Uri. 94 - >\ ; - 1. 
Brasher Fulls, X*. Y.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court 

square 
B*attleboro*, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 39 Conrtsq, 
Brattleboro', Vt— Am. Mer. Un. 94 Wash. 
Bremen, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Bremen. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon-hire 
Brentwood, X. ii.— Pe.'kins, 8 Court .-■;. 
Brentwood, X. II.— Odlin, SJ Court sqi a-o 
Brewer. Me. — Cast. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Brewster, Smith, & Co. 98 Wash. 
Bridgeport. Vt— U. >. ft Can. 39 CoiiTt ^4. 
Bridgeport, Ct.— Am. Mer. L a. 94 Wastx. 
Bridge water. Gould. 36 Court sq. 
Bridgeport, Ct.— U. S. ft Can. aa Court 
Bridge water — Aidec, 5 Cou^re^s square 
Bridgewater, X.IL— chcr.ey ft Co. 40 • v . rt 
square [Court sqn I'-e 

Bridge water. Me.— Brown ft Bradbury, 8 
Bri.i^ewater.Me.— Clarke ft Davies, .', Con- 
gress sq. 
Bridgewater, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Bridgewater, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct sq. 
Bridgton, -Vie.— F.-ince, 11 State 
Bridgton, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Bridgton, Vt.— Prince, il State 
Brig nam, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Brighton— Davis, 3 W'a.h. and 8 Court sq. 
Brighton, Dudley, ft Co. -;4 Court square 
Brighton — T.unter, :;'i Court square 
Brighton— Cu8hmau r 5 Congre-iS sq tare 
Brighton. Vt.-rEast. Ex. Co. »1 Devonshire 
Brimrteld- \m. Mer. Un. Ex C< , '4 -\ i» .. 
BtisjoI, R.I.— Am. Men-h I n. 94 Wash. 
Bristol, R. L— Duviesft Co.5Cong.*q. 
Bristol, Vt.— U. S. & Can. oil Court sqti ire 
Bristol, Me.-East Ex Co. 51 Devonshire 
Bristol. Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Bristol, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 38 Court 
Bristol. X. IL— U S. v Can. 40 Court sq. 
Bristol EerrvjU.L— R.B. Kiusley, II v :> 
Broail Brooti, Ct.— Am. Mer. I. 11. 91 V\ ash. 
Broad Brook. Ct.-Karo- Ex. Co :.- Wash. 
Brooekvide, C-.n.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Brookfield— Am. Mer. In. Ex. :<! W .-■-. 
Brooktseld, Vt.— Cheney it Co. 40O. >n. 
Bvookfield, N.H.— Canney&Co. fciCl. sq. 



Brookline, Me.-East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Broolcline. X. H.— U. S. ft Can. 39Co irtsq. 
Brookline. Ct.— Leonard, 98 Wush. 
Brookline, Ct— Adams Ex. C . :- C ••.■• 
Brooklyn, X. Y.— Adams Ex. Co.2S Curt 
Brooks, M.-.-Kast Ex. Co, 51 I'-. nsl re 

Br tsvilie, Me.-East Ex. C«. 51 be», -.. 

Brownfield, Me.— Prin e,ll Stuto 
Brownrt< 1 l.M -.— East. Ex. Co. 5i I i v •■;. 
Bmwnii n'un, l't— V. S. ft Can. 10 Cl .. 
Brunswick, Me.-East Ex. Co. 51 otv.m, 
Brunswick, Me.— Peoples, 8 Court .-q 
Brunswick, Vt.-U. S. ft Can. Hi Com 
Brvai.t'. Pund,Me.-East. I tJ . 
Bryant's I'.-nd. Me.— Prince, II Stat 
BuckftrM, Me.— KastEx. Co. "d Devo . 
Buckneid, Me.— Prince, II >ta:e 
Binrkian 1— U. S. .v Can. .in Court sq. 
Bucklund, Ct.— Earle Ex. 98 Wa,i . 
BueKS|«)-t, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 l)< ,-ons 
Butf*lo, X.\ - A. M. I n. E.x. C ... •• '•■ -o 
Barke, X. \ .— U. S" ft Can. (OCourt sq 



Brcx'kri 


■1 1, \. rL- Xiles, :« Court »qu 


Brookri 


^'lU, X. 11. — L-ta.''<-v, 10 C >UI t .-■ j 


Brookh 


ne— Fanner. S Court sq. 


Bkh kli 


ue — T oj bridge, 34 Court squa 


Brookl 


ne- Collins ft Chase.5 Cm*-. 


Brookli 


ue. Vt — U. S. ft Can. 39 Cuurt 



654 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Burke, Vt— U. S. * Cir.. W Court square 

Uurluiiiton— Hart v Co. |u C< urt -q. 

Burlington, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Kiirliit'/ton. Vt.— I". S t ' " ' i' to Court sq. 

Bumluiii, M.-.— East Ex. 0>. .51 Devon. 

Burn ham, vie.— Prince, 11 Strife 

burre ville— Earle Ex Co. 9rt Wa<h. 

jJurrv.lie.U— E.rle Ex. Co. !M Wash. 

Jlirrvii! , Ct— Adams. 40 Court 

Buxton, M u— E*ut Ex. Co 51 Devonshire 

Hitxtou, M-.-Prin.-e, 11 SMte 

I nel i— Shuw. 19 Co-ir: square 

U H«M— Lnvwt.5 Congress sq. 

bVo'H, M .— East. Ex. Co.M Devonshire 

Byron, Me.— P.iuce, 11 Sure 

Cabot, Vt.— U. 9. * Can. 10 Court square 

Calais, Me.— East Ex. Co. 5! Devonshire 

Cam*. Vt— U. S. s Can. 40 Court sq. 

Culitinnia— Wrtls, Far*o, ft Co. 39 Ct. sq. 

Campbell's Station— Earle. Kx.Co. M Wasn. 

CambrMtfe— Huck,3 Wash. 

Cambridge— Parker, •"■-' Court 

Cuiiibri-hre— Omant,54 Brattle 

B am nri.if**— «iawin, *and 10 and %l Ct sq. 

Cambn Ige— J meg & Co, 5 Congress sq. 

CuiuOri I e— Haves, TM Court square 

Cambri,!^, Me.— East. Ex. Co. ,51 Devon. 

Cambridge, N. H.-U. S. * Cnn. 4<» Ct. sq. 

Camlxi I--. Vt.-V. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 

Cambriusjeport— Brisham, 34 Congress 

CtU!H»ri'l,'coort— Chase, .5 O in =Tt»s square 

Camiiri.l'epurt— tiolman, 3 Wasn. 

EainDridgeport— Waitt34 Brattle 

Csjnt>rid<wuort. Vt.— U. S. S Can. 39 Ct. sq. 

Camden. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Cajiip !!•<— I Uncock, 5 Congre>s square 

Camiiello-R. B. Kinsley, 11 State 

Suhp's Mils, Ct.-Adams Ex. Co,2SCt. 

Camp'-, dills, Ct.-Earle Ex L'o.'.tt Wash. 

Cftiiiutoii. X. II.— V. S. & Con. 40 Ct. sq. 

Cmi'.m, He.— Eunern Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 

Caiman, N. it— C S. *Can.4«i Courtsq. 

Banana Vt.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Euiandaigua, N Y.-A. M Un. 94 Wash. 

C-i'i'tu. >.'. IE— Hill ft Co. Court square 

Cui'lia, N' 11. — Murray, H). Court square 

Ciiiul.a, X. 41.— IT. S. ft Can. 4'» Court sq. 

fiuteroury.N. U.— U. S. * Co.4'>Ct.sq. 

Cu terburv, Ct— Adams Ex, C -. A Court 

e»Bterotiry, Ct.-Le.)uurd '.'i Wash. 

Cantertiury, N B.— Clark & Davies, 5 Con- 
gress sq. 

Canton— Ci-nmmetf. :$4 Con rt square 

CaiUuu— Ellis.* Court square 

Canton— Deune, 37 South Market 

Canton— itiliin-s, 5 Congress sq. 

Canton— Am. Merch. L : ii.94 tVash. 

Cant >n, Ct— Earle Express Co. 9S VVs?h. 

C.uito.i.C.-A. M. I'u. Ex. Co. 94 A ash. 

Canton, V. Y.— AmM'er. In. !>1 Wash. 

Cape Cod— Smith &.Co. P* Wash. 

be Elizabeth, Me. — F.. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Ciqie Elizabeth, vie.— fnuce, 11 State 

Cupe Neddocfc, Me. — Laws , 5 Congress sq. 

Curlt-ilt — Sanrent ft Co. 33 Court square 

Carmel, M •. — E iitr-ru Kt. C >. :1 Devon. 

CBfolmi! Mhls. it I.— A A. In. Ct Wanh. 

Cartlui-;.-. Me.— East Ex. Co. .'-I Devon. 
M .-.— i'.-.i ie-. II Stnt^ 

Qttrolli Me.— Ea>t. K.x. Co. .*■) Devon-hire 

C-ir.i.i.N. ll.-l'. S.&Cuu. 4> Courtsq. 

Unroll, N. H.-1'ricee. II S-ate 

Carroll, S.\L— Eu<t. Ex. Co. 51 Dr-von. 

Castine, Mv.— East Ex. Co. 51 Dvonshlre 

Coryville— Earie .* Co. *■, Wish. 

Casio, Me. — Eastern Kx. Co. .il Devon. 

Caseo, He.-I'nnee. U Scute 

CaatltM.-t, Vt.— C. >-. & Cjii. TJ Court 

Cavendish, \ r i.—U. S. i C iu.'"» Court sq. 

C.-i.tral Falls, K. I.— Davis A- Co o Cort- 
rr.ss h.iuare 

central tails, R.I.— Am. Mt-r.rn.94 Wash. 

Cent.al Y,.!a-o.C[.— f.-onanl, *.)4 Wash. 

Qantral Vitiate, Ct-Ad. Ex. Co. .-<•.' Court 

Ueutrc Uarb-.r, >'. IE— U. S. & Can. 40 
ourt <q.iare. 

Jestre llatb »r. V. H.— Nik-s. .";* Courtsq. 

Qaotrevule— Witherell ir Co. :j{ Court sq. 

Ceuuevilie, Mv.— Ej-1 Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 

UentrevHn . B. E— Am. Mir. I u. :M Wash. 

Centreville, Ct-A<lamvUS Court 

Cenereville, Ct — Earle Kv. Co. !1S Wash. 

Champlaine >'. Y.-C. S i Ca... 40 Ct. sq. 

Cnarleuii nt— C. S.* Can. .7.) Court square 

ClMrles KivcrV iiiagf— Davis, ;'. Wash. 

Cluirles i'.iver V'il!:ic<- — Jnrt*. .5 C0111.'. sq. 

Charksstown-East. Ex Co..";! l>,-v.m. 

W«rlest.jwr., Vt— I'. ^. Jt Can. I'K't. sq. 
Charlestown— Extern Ex. L'o..i, Devon. 

ClUflMU.wn-EoeKP, ;;• C ii't *quare. 

Charlestown— l'.>,>r A C •. - ! Wash. 
■ ■ — Kiltii ilh, i'li* -»tnt * 

• ri-Hoyden. Q-i>itry Market 

U«rle>town— Tibtwts, ."t UrattU- 

Uharleatuwit— Brewer. « Court square 

thaTtntuvti— Carter.. '14 Curl s.,u-ire 

ChailiMtovru \ SV y Y;u-d.- Uunu-tt 8 J 
>» a-,h. 

Churle*tovrn.fU.-Am. M.-r. Cn.iM W^h 

Charesio*,, \. H.-t .s ,, C.n. <j ft «q. 

Uarestown. Vi._erin.:e, 11 Su.e 

Charlotte, Me.- East. Ex. Co. >l Devon. 



Charlotte. Vt._U. S. ft Can. 30 Court »q. 
Charlotte Town, e.E.I.-East. Ex Co. 51 

Devonshire 
Chtitham •- Smith ft Co. OS Wash. 
Chatham, N.Y.— Am. M.-r. LH.^t Wash. 
Charlton— Am Mer. Cn. Ex. Co. M Waah; 
Cheiiiistn d— K. ft L. R. K. Ex. 33 Ct. sq. 
Chelmstonl— 8.irgent ft Co. 33 Courtsq. 
Chelsea— Hobbs ft Frutr, 'H Cunrt square 
Chelsei— Cheney, 3 Wash. 
Chelsea— A. w. Cheney, IW Court «iuare 
Chelsea — MeLean. 10 Con t square 
Chflsea— Vilen .t Co. 54 Bra-tie 
Cheisea — Messenger, S Congress sq. 
Chelsea— D. Curry, 107 State 
Chelsea— arlton, II State 
Chelsea, Miles, 49 No. M.irket 
Chelsea, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Chepachet R.I.-Aui. Mer. Va.'M Wash. 
Cherryfield, \Ir.— Ea-t. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Charty Valley— Leonasd;!^ Wasn. 
Cheshire— Am. Mer. (',,. Fx. Co. 94 Wash. 
Cneshi.-.-, Ol— Eurle Ex. Co. 9* Wash. 
Cheshire. Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Chestei— Am. Mer. In. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Chester, Ct.-A M. Un Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Chester, Me.-East Ex. Co. .51 Devonshire 
Cheste , N. H. — OdUn,3'i Court square 
Chester, N'. H . — Mil! ft Co. 8 Court s<iuare 
Chester, N. rt.— Perkins, S Court square 
Ch -stcr Factories— Am. Mer. L'n. Ex. Co. 

04 Washineton 
CheMerViiiag — A M. L r n. Ex.Co.04 Wash. 
Chester, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 30 Court sq. 
Chesterviile, Me — E is*. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Chestevville. Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Chi-ster-iel ■!— A. M. Cn. Ex. Co. 01 Wash. 
Chesterfield, N\ H.-U. S. ft Cin. 39 Ct.sq. 
Chioi.'.., Ft.— A. M U,\. Ex. Co. 01 Wash, 
Chicago, II'.— Adams Ex. Co. -n Court 
Chreugo, 111.— Harnden.tM Wash. 
Chichester, N". U.— U. S. & Cm. 40 Ct. s-q. 
Chicopee— Am. Mer. Cn. Ex. Co.fM W fts h. 
Chi -ooee Fall — .A M. Cn. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Chiltonville— Rbh ft Westou, at Courtsq. 
China, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
China, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Chittenden. Vt— U. S. ft Can. 30 Courtsq. 
Cincinnati— Adams Express Co. 23 Court 
Cincinnati— A, Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Cincinnati— Hirnden, 08 Wash. 
Cincinnati— Kinsley a Co. 4<» Court 
Cttv Pose for the oeiiverv of letters— G. H. 

Barker, 34 Court square 
City Express— MeCrillis, S Courtsq. 
City Express — Powers, 21 Blackstone 
City Express— Bills. 3 Wash. 
Citv Express — Kic.son, 32 and 36 Court sq. 
City Expres — P>oad, Brattle 
City Express— Andrews, .*.'! Court square 
Clappvil e-\. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Claremont, N. H.-C. S. 4 Can. 39 Court 
Clarendon, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
C-evebno.O.-A. M. L'n. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Cleveland, Ohio— Harnden, 04 Wash. 
Cleveia id, Ohio— Adams Ex. Co. -£i ct, 
Cleveland, Oaio— Kin^lev ft Co. 4<) Court 
Clifto i. Me— East. Ex. Co. .51 Devonshire 

Ciifiondal- iuiith ft Co. 34 Court square 

Clinton— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court ?qnare 
Clinton. Ct —Am. Mer. Union, 94 Wash. 
Clinton, R. L— Earle Ex. Co. 9* Wash. 
Cwhesett— Crummetf. 'M Court -qu ire 
Cochesett— Hadwen ft Tw, 34 Court sq. 
Cochituate — Howe S Co. 5 Confess sq. 
Coha>set— Beal, H Suae 
Colchester, Vc.-C. S. ft Can. 4^ct. «q. 
Coichester, Ct. -Adams Ex. Co; 2M Court 
Co Chester, Ct.— Eeoturd. ) ; ^ Wash. 
C»ld Brook— EeonarU, 'M Wash. 
Colehrook, Ct.— Leonard. OS Wash. 
Colebrook, N. H.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Coleorook. N. H.— Prince 11 State 
Ooleraine— U. S. ft Can. 30 Court square 
College Mj]l-tItt'T& Co. in Court sq. 
College Sl.it-K. C. Holmes, .-. Con-.', sq. 
C.)!linsvi.!e. Ct.-Adums Ex. Co. -.'-."Court 
Cohinsville, Ct— Earle Ex. Co.otf Wash. 
Columbia, Me.— East Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 
Columbia, N. IE— E»st Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 
Columbia, X. II.— Prince, 1! State 
Col mious.O.-A. M.Un.Ex. Co.'MWash. 
Columhuo, Oh5<>- Harnden, 94 Wash. 
Columbus, Ohio— Kinsley ft Co. 40 Court 
Concord— A lams, * Court squ ire 
Cunconl, Vt.— V. S. -t Co. 40 Court sq. 
Concord. N*. H.— U. 3 ft dm. +1 Ct. sq. 
ConbKK-Oi ';, N. U.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Conway, N". 1! — V. S. * Can, 40 Ct. sq. 
Coiwr. , V H. — Niles,33 Court square 
Conwav, \. IE— B.igl«-y, 1" Court -.iuare 
Conway, S. H.— Prince, 11 State 
Conwsy. X. H — Canney* Co. 32 Ct. fo. 
Cooper. .Me. -East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
LWaviHe-Lcmard.'.MWash. 
CorniMi. .V. H.- C S. ft Can. .7.) Court sq. 
Cornish, Me.— Prin-v. II State 
Cornish Flat, X IE— U. S. ft Can. 40 

Court square 
Coruelu,. U •. — Prinee. 11 State 
CornviUe, Me,— Eastern Ex. Co. M Di>von. 
Cornwull, Vt.— U. 3. & Can. 3JI Court sq. 
Corintn, Me.— East. Ex. Co.AI Devon-hire 



1 Corinns, Me.— Ei«t. Ft. Co. 51 neron*hire 
Cos Cob Bridge— Adams t'x. Co. a»< 

i'oventry, < f.— Am . M r Union, HiV.ih. 
Covcnty. Vt— U. *. '.- Can. to « ourt «q. 

I Craitshury, V't— U. < . v. Cao. WCt.iq. 

; Cranston, ft. I.— Eirle Ex CotM Wa»h. 

1 Crawt'onl, Me.— Em era Kx. Co. II Devon. 

; Crompton, R. [.— Earle Ex. Co. ^ Wi ih. 

) Cromwell Ct,— Adams ExpreaiCo. *"Cr. 

; Cromwell Ct— A lams Express Co » • '.t. 

; Croyden. X. H.-I . 8. ■ 111. <•< Ct iq. 
Cryatal, Mi-.- Eastern Ex. Co. M Deroa, 
Cumberland, Me.— Prince, !l Si its 
Cumberland. Me^-East Ex. Co H\ l>«"rnrt. 

Cumberland, M.E— Adams Ex. Co .- Ct. 
Cumberland, Md.— Kinsl ••/ •; Co. 4»i - -• 
Cumberland, M I.— Hamd ■■<, vt W - 
Cummimrton— A. M. Un.Ex.Ho.vt Wash. 
Curtisville— A. M. Cn. Ex. Co. 74 Wash. 
Cushin.', Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. . _ .i Devon. 
Cutler, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon, 

Dnll.is— Eastern Exn'-es" Co. .51 Devonshire 

Dal ton -Am. Y.>-r. On. Ex. Co. M Wash. 

Dal ton, X. IE — C. r,. It Cm. 4'> Court <-\. 

Damariscotta, Me.— East Ex.Cn.51 Devon. 

Domariscotta, Me^-t'rince, H State 
I Dana— C. S. ft Cm.'' Court 
I Dana— Leonard, 98 Wash. 
I Danby, Vr— U. S. i Can.. 39 Coirt square 

Danhu-v. X. H.-C, S. ft Can. I" Ct. <q. 

iv.uiforth, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 61 Devon. 

Danielsonviile, Ct.— Adams F^x. Co. J»J Ct. 

Danvers— Bell,3 Wasli 
! Danvers — Townsend. 32 Court «quare 
J ji.nrers— S. Putnam, 8 Court square 

Dedham— Traev.8 Court squaie 

Dix field, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. "T Devon. 

Dixri.-ld. Me.— Peoples Ex. 1»» Court sq. 
I Di.x Island, Me.-East Ex. Co. .51 Dev.m. 
I Dixfleld, Me— Prince, 11 State 

Dixmont. Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 
I Dixwell. X. IE— U. >.ftCan. 4" Court *q. 
J Dodgeville— Earle Ex. d>. OS Wash. 

Dorchester— Beals, 3 Wash. 

Donhester— Moody, » Court square 

Dorchester— Hoidenft Williams,, HCtsq. 
I Dorchester— Withinrton ft Brifihum, Si 
I Court square 

Dorchester— W hall, 5 Con.(rre-<8 sq. 

Dorchester— Finlev, 5* Brattle 

Dorchester— Brock" ft Crime. 10 S. Market. 

Dorchester— G. F. Pierce. 4.' Corn hii'. 

Dorchester, X. U.— U. S. ft C tn. 40 Ct. sq. 

Dorset, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court s-;. 

Douglass— Earle Ex. Co. 9s W;-,-,h. 

Dover— Am. Merch. Un. "Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 

Dover, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Dover, X. H.-Niles,33 Courtsq. 

Dover, X. H.-Cannev 8: Co. 3l- Court sq. 

Dover, Vt— U. S. S Can. 89 Court eq. 

Di>wing's Mills — Niles. $1 Courtsq. 

Dracat— Sargent ft Co. 33 Court s.q. 

Dracut— B. A' L. R. R. Ex. :«Cou, t sqnir* 

Dresden, Me.— Ea-tprn Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Dresden. Me.— Prince. 11 State 

Drewsville, N.H.— U.S. ft Can. ^> Courtsq, 

Dublin, X. H— Morrill* Co. 33 Court sq. 

Dudley— Leonard.SH Wa.h. 

Dummer, X. H.— Prince. 11 State 

Dnmmer, X.H.-Eis:. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Dummerston.Vt— Am. Mer. Cn. 'H w ash. 

Dummerston, Vt.— U. 5. ft Cun.S9 Ct.-q. 

Dunbarton, X. H.-U. S. ft Can. 4<>Ct. sq. 

Dun-barton. X. U— Hill ft Co. * Courtsq. 

Durham, X'. IE— Niles. 33 Courtsq. 

Durham, Cr.-E.:V Ex. Co. 'i- W ish. 

Durham, Ct.-A. M. Cn. Ex. Co. 01 Wash. 

DuttousviP.e, \ t.- L . S. ft Can. 39 Ct sq. 

Doxburv — Brooks, 34 Court square 

Duxbury, Vt.-U, S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 

Fast Arlington— Randall, 3"Wash. 
East Alton, X.H.-Xiie-. ':« Court sq. 
East Boston— Bragdon.Sti Courtsq. 
;.-,.- K.^fui— Baker, s Courtsq. *■'• Wash. 
E. BOSTON- PURCEEL ft FO'WiE, 

4-1 X. Martlet and l'l ^UT->ner. E. B. 
East Boston— Noyes, 43"N. Market 
East Boston— Cowen ft Co. 4 : X. Market 
East Boston— Davis, 34 Cmirt s<i. 
East Boston— Sargent l'-l Hanover 
East Boston— Trask, « X Market 
E^ s t Braintree— Baker. 5 Consrress sq. 
Fist Braintree— Whitney, 3tS Court sq. 
East Bridtrewater — Samnson,5 C ingress »q. 
Ex-t Bridgewater— K. B. Kinslev, li State 
Eastbrook, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
F"u-t Camb: i Ire— Ellis ft Co. *< Court sq. 
East Cambridge— ll&rker, 52 Court 
East Cambridge- Whittemore,* Wash. 

East C ' >rd, X. Il.-C. S. Can. 4» Co. sq. 

East 1>. nni — Smith ft Co. 98 \ v sshintg n 
East Douglass— Earle Ex. Co.W Wash. 
E\i>it'o'd. Ct.— Am. Meich. Cn. 94 Wash 
East Glom-cster— Currier ft Co. 5 Con. sq. 
E.i't Gloucester— S iepard E. Court sq. 
East Uloucester— Pressona ;H Court 5 1 tare 
K. Greenwich, R. E— Earle Ex. Co. M 

Wushinzton 
£ GrahviUe— A. >E Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Eastham— Smith ft Co. 9K Wash. 
Easthampton— A. M l'n.Ex-Co.04Wos!i. 



EXPRESSES. 



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-. u.rvich— Smith * Co. 08 Wish. I Falmouth. Me— Prince. 11 State 

• m wm Ct— A. M. Un. Co. 94 Wash. J Fairninydnle.Ma.— East Ex. Co.8 

•2ii-ii.ii VU— C. S- A Can. 4i) Ct. sq. Fannington, Me.— East. Ex. Co.51 



..« K 

,,« K-»C'-"" 

K 



ty Ct.— Li "jnanl, W Waah 
Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
H.— Perkins. S Court sq. 
N. H— Odlin, 33 Court sq. 
uiswn— Bryant, :> Cougresa sq. 
"' '• J (jI_A. M. I'n Ex. Co. 94 VN »»h. 
" \iVusis >!•"•— taut. Ex. Co. 51 Devou. 
Jf si KliJm.N. H.-X.Jcs, 33 Court sq. 
2 Ma.ti.wii, X. H. - Canney & Co. 32 

£rM«^hfic'd-E. Tilden W Court sq. 
*i MudwBj— Am. Merch. En. 94 ft'uh. 
MfUwy— Man-ton, 5 Congress sq 

- "• ' c ,& Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
H.— U. S. it Can. 



Mansion, 

. Vt— U. : 

| Moiiitouborough, N- 

t!tou~0U?"'*^-y Ex. Co U Court sq. 
"|.mii.)i.b..ro..(!h,N. H.-XUes,':; Ct. sq. 
' parson ville, Me.— East. Ex. Co.51 Devou. 
LrFartonville, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
.,t Pembroke— Alueu,5 Congress sq. 
. Randolph— E--tabr> oks, 3 Wash. 
" ttaiululp 1 — Cove, 8 Court sq. . 
" j»augu»— Srui h & Co. 34 Court sq. 
ji«t Southbrtdge.— Leonard, 9S Wash. 
xi: Stuushtoii— W. Jones, 5 Congress sq. 
\$l Twuiiou— Old Colony Ex. Co. Ct sq. 
lit Turner, Me.— Peoples Ex.8 Court sq. 
Slpoit, Me.— East. Ex. Co. il Devonshire 
,,t \S uketield, X. H— Xiles, 33 Court sq. 
U.t Wnlp.-le— Pierce, 9H Wash. 
jut Weare, N. li.— Hill it. Co. 8 Court sq. 
)ist Warehoin— Witheretl & Co. 34 Ct. sq. 
:a»t Weyinoutb— Beal, 11 Mate 
!».it Wevmouth — Drew,.'. Wash. 
_ Woburn— Hurt & Co. :>5 Court sq. 
Hw'oburu— Chandler, 3 Wash. 
•. Wo&urn— Knapp, Si! Union 
jrton, N.U.— U. S. k Can. 40 Court sq. 
;»;on, N. ii.— Marshall, •"-' Court sq. 
Utan, N. H.— Canney ami Co. 32 Court sq. 
•«ton, N. H.— Bus-ley , 10 Court sq. 
jtou, X. U. -Xiles & Co. 3:; Court sq. 
jlen, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
!ili-n,V!. — U. S. k Can. 4<) Court square 
Uglrtown— Hatch & Co. :J4 Ct. sq. 
Mgartown— Paitldine, 11 State 
Mtartown— Withered & Co. 34 Court sq. 
.'E'cwonh— Pierce, a Congress sq. 
idiBflburg, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Idmoutls, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
'titngham, LV. H.--Xi!es, ;>"■ Court sq. 
Sfflnghain, X. H.— Canney & C 
ffluigluun rails, X. IL— Xiles, J 
StftoglfaRi Fulls, X. H.— Baglev, It) Ct 
toctno it- A. M. Un. Ex. Co. "94 Was! 
Jtineton. Cu-A. M.Un. Ex. Co, 94 Wash. 
Ellington, Ct-Earle Ex. Co. M Wash. 
■ it, Me.— Jacksna & Co. ,>_; Court sq. 
eiliot,Me.— Laws, 5 Cong. sq. 
Elliotts* ilie, Me.— Kant. Ex. Co. -M Dei'rra. 
ElUworth, .Me.— Eastern Kx. Co. 51 Devou. 
Uliworth. Me.— Piince, 11 State 
k-lmoa', Vr.— U. S. & Can. 4-) Court sq. 
Kmfclen, Me.— East. Ex. Co.ol Devonshire 
Embden, Me.— Prince, 1! Slate 
Emery'i Mill*— Canuey & Co. 32 Court sq. j 

E rtefa—Anu Mer!c'n! Ex" Co. ;h Wash. 
Enfleld. Ct-Ailams Ex. Co. -jA Court \ 

EnfiekJ, Ct.— A. M. Uu. Ex. Co. y4 Wailu 
Enlkhl, Ct -Earle Ex. Co. i*s Wash. I 

Ki.riel.1, Me.-Ea.neni Ex. Co. 51 Devon. I 
En'iel.l. X. H.-1J. S. & Can. 4<i Court 6 q. ! 
tlurg, \ t.— U. tS. & Can. 4'i Court sq. I 
Epping. .%. U.— U. S. a Can. 40 Court sq. 
- •■ ping, X. II.— Perkins, s Court square 
tPping, X. H.— Murray. If Court square 1 
'-Nin, X. H.— U. S. & Ctui.4'1 Court sq. | 
toe. l'a.-Am. Mer. Union Ex.94 Wasn. I 
trtoll,N.H.— East. Ex. (Jo. 51 Devonshire 1 
Enroll, N. H.-Prince,ll State 
fcrving— U.S.* Can. Court square 
M*ex— Marst.all, :;.' Court sq. 
','»ex, \ t— C. S. & Ca:i.4" Court square -j 
[**ex, CL— Am. Merch. l'n. U4 Wash. '■ 



I Devon. 
Devon. 

Farmington, Me^— Prince, 11 Stute 
| Karminiton, Cl^-Adt.ms Ex. Co. * Court 
I |T«Tniingtbn, Ct— tarle i-x.C.'is W'wh. 

Farining'on, X. H.— H.i.'i.v. I<> Court sq. 

Farmington, X. fcL— X'ifeak (....:;; Court sq 

Kanriini:t.:n. X. IL— Cttlill .- .<. C-./JCt. sq. 

Kariiuins\ iile— Leonard, '.<■» Wash. 

i a> ettevihe. Mi;. — East. Ex. Co. 51 Devoa. 

Ka'vetteviii. , Vc— U. S. ;. Can. 3J> Court *a 

Feedii g Bills— Am. Merch. L'n.SM W rt .h. 

Fayvilie — Dn.t&Co. 34 Court square 

Faysti.il, Vi.— V. S.i Can. -i'J Court «quarc 

lerchville — Howe and Co. S Congress sq. 

Ferrisnurg, V t.— V. 8. <c Can ,19 "Court sq. 

Fwheravvfie, Ct— Ariains Ex.38 Court 

Fessendi-n's MilU.N.H.— Hill& Co. H Court 

lisherville, Ct.— Earle Ex, Co. 03 Wajh. 

Fisherville, Cl.— Leomiro, 'J.i Wash. 

FishervllJe. N*. II. -U. S. u. Can. InCt.sq. 

Fi.'k.lale— Am. Merch. Fn Co. !4 IVa.h. 

1 iBkvilks. R. L- Davis & Co. 5 Ceng. sq. 

Firrhburg— V . S & Can. 93 Court square 

Fitchhurg — Smith &. Co. 5 Congress square 

Fitzwillmm, N. H.— V. s. it Can.39ctsq. 

Fletcher. \'t.— U. S. & Can. 4") Court square 

Florida— Am. Merch. Union, 94 Wasii. 

Forks of Kenutbce, Me.— Eiist. Ex. Co. 51 
Devonshire 

Fort Fuirneld, Me.— Clark & D-rvis, 5 Con- 
gress sqnare [Court square 

Fort Fairfield, Me.— Brown i Brudburv, 8 

Ft. Fairtiel-1, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Fort Kent, Me.— Brown & Bradbury, 8 
Court s.,ua.ie 

Foxboio 1 — Williams & Co. 34 Court square 

Foxcroft, .Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 5] Devon. 

Fraiulrignani — Dart ,^ Co, 34 Court square 

Framingham— Leonard, 1)8 Wash. 

Francestown. N. tl.— X. & L. R. R. Ex. 3;? 
Con it square 

Francestown, N. IL— Hill t Co. S Court sq. 

Frankfort, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Franklin — Earle Ex. Co. is Wash. 

Franklin, Ct.-A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

Franklm, N. H — 0. S. & Can. 40 Couitsq. 

rraukliii, v't. — U.S. JkCan.Sa Court sq. 

Fraoisi'n, Me. — Eastern Ex. Co 51 Devon. 

Erederickton.N.B.— East. Ex.C... 51 Devon. 

Freedom, Me.— E-ist. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Freedom, X. H.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Freedom, X. H. — Prin.ce, II >t3te 

Freedom, .X. IL— Xiles i Co. Si Court sq. 
t: C T - sq. 1 Freedom, X. IL— BagWy, 10 Court sq. 
Court sq. Freedom, X. U.— Canney fc Co,3*Courtsq. 

Freeman. Me. — Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Fremont, X. H. — Murray, 10 Court square 

Fremont, X. H.-O iljn.."13 Court ?q. 

Fremont, Me.— Clark & Davis, 5 Cong. eq. 

Freeport, Mi?.— Eastern Ex. Co.51 Devon. 

Freeport, Me.— Prince, 1! State 

F'riendjtiip, Me.— Eist. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Fryeburg, .\ie.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devou. 

Frye Village— Abbott, 10 Court square 



sq. 



Gardiner, Me. — Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon, 
j Gardiner; Me. — Piince. 1! State 
| Gardner— U. 1 S. k Can. 39 Court square 
[ Garteod, M».— Esst. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Gays-ihe, V't.- V. S. * Caji. 40 Court sq 

Genesee, N.Y.-A.M.Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

Geoj-gietdwn— Pickett, 5 Congress square 
1 Georgia, Vt.— V. S. & Can. •"-'.'' Court sq. 
I Gtlead, Me.— East. Ex. Co. -51 DevoJisLire 
! Gdea.l, M-.— Prince, 11 Mate 
I Gi't-..r.!. X. IL— C". S. & Can.4fl Court sq. 

Gill— 'U. S. & Can. 39 Court square 

Giimantoh, X. IL— 1". 3. & Can.40Ct.fq. 

Giiraanton, X. IE— Xiles & Co. 53 Court sq. 
I Gilmimton ion Works, X. IE— U. S. & 
Can. 40 Cour* square 

Gilmut.ton Iron Works, N. H.— Xiles, & 
Co. "-1 Court square 

Gilsum. N. IL— U. S. fe Can. 39 Court sq. 



Goahr-n Gore. Vt— U. 9.4 C«n 40('t.»q. 
Guapurt, X- U— Laws, 5 Congren iquan. 
Gosport, X. II— Jackon .'t Co. ;.' i ourt *% 
Gouldsboro*. Mc-I»'i«c V x. C01 51 Devon. 
Graituu, N. 11.— I". S. a.- C«n. 40 <.r. >q 
Gnttton, Vi.— I". ^. ft C»n. 39 Court >qu»re 
(iutton— Leonard, i« Wa-.li. 
Gran by— Am. Mer. En. Ex. Co.W Waah. 
Granhy, Ct— Earle Ex. Co.9a Wash. 
(irao 1 ,-, , 1 t— Adami Ex. Co - I ' ^ort 
Granh^ , Vt— E. >. A Can. 4" Court *q. 
Grand El", Vt- E. S..v Can. 40 Court sq. 
GmnttevMe. K. I.— Earl" Ex. Co.98 Waan. 
Gtantville— McIntoah,3 Wa»h. 
Grantville— Buile> . Congreti square 
Gntutttain X U.—U. S. M Can. 40 Ct.sq. 
Gmuvtlle, Me.— Prince, II ,>uie 
Granville- Am. Mer.l ... Ex. Co. 94 Wanh. 
Granville, \ t.— E h. tc Can. 4" Court sq. 
Gray, Me.— Eastern Ex, Co. 51 Devonshire 
Gray, Me.— Prince, 11 vat*- 
Gt. Barriiigton— A.M.Un. Ex.Co.94 Waah. 
Great Eulis, X. II— Bnglev, 10 Court sq. 
Gt. Falls, X. IE— Cann-v 'it Co. :i-> Ct >q. 
Gt. Work*, Me.— East Ex. Co 51 Devou. 
Green, Me.— Prince, II State 
Green bush, Me.— Eaat Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Greene, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Greei.rie.d— Waitt&Co. Qinncv il. use 
Greenfield— U. S. & Can. 39 Court »q. 
Grecmield, Me.— East. Ex. C->. 61 Devon. 
Greeiirieid.X. IL— X. & L. K. XI. Ex. 38 

Court square 
Greenland. X. IE— Jackson St Co. 32 Ct sq. 
Greenland, X. H.— Laws, 5 Congress sq. 
Greenland, X. IE — Murray v Co. 1" Ct «q. 
Greensboro', Vt. — U. S. & Can. 40 Ct eq. 
Green's Lnne.RX— B. B. Kii.slev, 11 state 

Greenville, Me. -East. Ex. Co. 5*1 Devon. 
Grecnvi!!.-, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. -S Court 
Greenwich, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co 'M Wash. 
Greenwich, Ct— Adams Ex. L... .16 Court 
Greenwich, ILL— A. M.U. Ex. Co- 94 Wash. 
Greenw.ch'Ct.— A.M.l'ti. 1 x. Co. 94 Wash. 
Greenwood, Bancroft. ■'/', Cv-urt square 
Greenwood— Day, 43 X". Market 
Greenwood— J. li. Eijtur, 34 Court square 
Greenwood, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Greenwood, Me.— East. Ex.C". 51 Devon. 
Groton— V. S & Can. 39 Court square 
Gruton. Ct— Am. M.Eo. Ex. Co.94 Wash. 
Grotou Junction— C. Keyes, 50 X. Market 
Groton Junetiun— Xj. S. & Can. 4o Ct. sq. 
Groton, X. IE— E. S. i Cun, 4" Court sq. 
Groton, Vt— U- S. .t Can. 40 Court square 
(r.-oveluml — Rollins, 5 Congress square 
Guild-ail. V't.— C. S. v Can 40 Court sq. 
Guiitord, Ct.— A. M. Co. Ex. Co. 1)4 ">v a -h. 
Guilford, Me. — Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

I Haddam, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 

I Haddam, Ct— A. M. En. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
I Had py— Am. Mer. In. Ex. Co. '.'4 Wash. 

Halifax — Rich & Weston, 5 Conptes* sq. 

j Halifax, X. S.— Grout A: Co. 5 Congress iq. 

llaiir.ix, Vt.— U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 

" 11, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 UevoD. 

i, Ct— EarieEx. Co 9a Wash. 
i. Ct —Adams Ex. Co. ;."> Court 
n— Dodge, 3 Wash. 
* Grant— F"ast. Ex. Co. 5i Devon. 
li. I.— Earle Ex. OlS Wash. 
m. Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
eud, X r . IE— <>liin..-.:( Court square 
ead, X. IE-Aver. 5 Congress sq. 
Hanipti.Uift.— A. M.Un. Ex. Co.!i4 Wash. 
Hamilton, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. .- ( jurt 
Hampton, Ct— Earic Ex. Co. 9.S Wash. 
Hampton, X. H-— Jiickson Stjo. ':i t sq. 
Hunipton.X.lL— Laws.. 5 Congress s [uara 
Hampton— Lane, 44 Merchants Row 
llami.ro-i Falls, X. H.-.Iac!rsou & Co. 32 

Coon square 
Hancock— Am, Mer.Un. Ex. Co "4 V,-«h. 



15? 



Hullo v» 

Hnm.1 

Hili'nl 


HantU 
Uamii 
Ilamle 

Hump 
Damp 


Uamp 



sq. 



•••-ter, Ct_- 



Merch. Union, 94 Wash. 



Etna, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Deronslure 
*;X«ter, X. II — Perkins. rt Court square 
*:i<ter, X. H— Otilin, Xi Court squcre 
iL1 'eter, Me.— East. Ex. Co.51 Devonshire 

[.•irfnx, Vt— U. S. ft C:m. Conrt square 
[.Vifleld, Ct— Am. Merch. Un.94 Wash, 
'••rttelil, Vu— li. S. Sr Can. 40 Court square 
^rticlrj, Ct-A.l.ims Ex. Co. 'is C .urt 
"•rtlda,C«.-Eurh. E: 
furtteW, Me.-East. E 
*• fllcW, Me.-Pr.nce. 11 Mate 
•wrhavvn— Hatch & Co. "4 Court square 
**»rhaven- 1'anl.iin;;, II State 
'•"haveu, Ct-A.n. Merch. En. IM Wash. 
r».r .avrn, Vt— If. S. .v Can. 3H Court sq. 
»« flee, \ t .-V. S. .<■ Can. 40 Court sqaajc 
'.»:rmo UM t-Cr. .mm et, :i\ Court sq. 



Gl-rsrenburv.C 
I Glastenbury.t 
' Glenhurn, Me, 

j Glendale, R. 1. 
I Globe Villuge- 
| Gloucester— P 
j G oucester— Pi 
• Gloucester — C 

j ( 



A.M.Un.Ex Co.WWi 

.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Was:,. 
-Eastern Ex. Co.51 Devon 
-Earle Ex. <V. M Wash. 
Leonard, ftS Wasp.. 
je, "J I '-"t Bqtiare 
ssons, 34 Court square 
rnr-r i Co. 5 Congress sq- 



S. v Cait. !• 

stern 1- v Co.51 De 

X. k L. 1C IE Ex. S3 



sq. 



Wash. 

Devonshire 



strr— Richards, 8 Co 
('lover, Vt.-E. S.* Can. 4' 
"iPtf-town, X. IE— lliii.<: C( 
G -tf-stown. X. IE— E. S .t t 
Golden Ridge, Me.— East. E 
Got. ten K;.!je, M-.— Clark j 



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' M„ U ,._\V,.,„. rh ,. u . g. (o . s C(Jurt 
v~ R «v»T-RB.Kmslev,HSt n te 
f.««V|»l ttp ..Vt.-Lr..S. 8, Can. s'j Ct sq 



Gonic. X. IE— Xil 
! (.; imic, X. IL— Ragley, IOC 
i GoodyviHe. Me.- East. Ex 
i Gorham, Me. -East. Ex. c 
I Gorna.o, Me. — Prince, II S 
Gorham, NML— Eastern E 
Gorham, X. IE- -Prince, II 
' Goshen— Am. Mer. Un. E- 
1 Goshen, Ct— Adams Ex. c 
i Goshen, Ct.— Earle Ex.C 



. -S Court sq. 
.n.40Ct«q. 
.Co 51 Devo 

Davis, 5 Cci 



51 Devonshire 

. Co. 51 Devon. 
State 

Co.94 Wash. 
1. ^S Court 
Wash. 



•"Uimtu, Me,-FUsUtrn Ex. Co. 51 Devon, i Goshen, Vt— U S. U. Can. W Court gquare 



,ck, Vt.— U. 
rk. Me.— Ei 

Kk. X. IE- 

rJ sqmin 

..:- .'Lnriall.'l W; 

k -ei— .1 .lies, 5 C-m-j 

,-er. N. IE — V. >. M Can. 4'" Court *\. 

hi— Rich .'-■ We>ton, 5 Cotigrijsasq. 

in — Brooks, ;4 Court square 

in— Fuller, 111 Court square 

vick— Am. Mer.Un. Ex. Co.94 Wa>h; 

vie!;, Vt— U. S. X: Can. 40 Court %r\. 

m, N. "t —Adams Ex. Co js C;>urt 

oiiv, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

onv, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

iwtll, Me.— People's Ex H Court aq. 

iwe'll, Me.— East. E'x. Co. 51 Devon. 

i.cli'ii, Nle. — Ens-t. Ex. Co. 51 l.e'.'on. 

.' (lore, Vt— U. ?. S: C.-.u. 4 1 ' Ct. sq. 

«on, Me.— Eastern Ex. C'n. 51 Devon. 
Harrison, Me.-I'm. e. it State 
Harrison Square— What!. 5 Cinigress sq. 
Ilarrisvi'.lf, X. IL— Mornli & Co"..-i Curt 
liurrisville, li. L— Earle E*. Co.lW Wash. 
ii irtf.rrd, v't— I'. S, X Can. 40 Court -q. 
Harttord, Ct— Eurle lix. Co. US Wash. 
Uarttord, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. _s ( ,,. :rt 
Ha.tfortl, Ct.-A. M. En. Ex. Co. '.-4 Waah. 
UarUand, Me.— Easteru Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 



Ham 
I Ham 

i "S 

1 1!;;:;: 

! IE.-, 
Ham 
! Ham 
I Han. 
' Hard 
I Hard 
I llarb 
j Hatn 
Han 

1 Hurl 

j ll-irr 

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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



liartland, CL— Adams Ex Co. 28 Court 

Hurtlund, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wa/.h. 

Hartland, Vl.— f '. S. A On. 39 Court sq. 

Hartsville — A. M. Lu. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

Harvard— I '. S. A Can. 'S) Court square 

gfurvu J Hill, Cambridge— (.iritiu., 5 Con- 
gress square 

n«rwicli-Sniith A Co. 9s Wash. 

Hatfield- -Am. Mer. In. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

gayerfiill, N. li.— I' S. A Can. 40 Ct so,. 

Have hid — Aver, .5 Couc;ress square 

Haverhill— Russeil & Co. 33 Court sq. 

1( -lev — I . S. ft Can. !9 Court square 

gfaydeusvilie— A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

Ha'\ es Crossing, N. H.— Caaney A Co. 40 
Court squu.e 

Heath— L. S. A Can. 39 Court square. 

Hebron, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 

Hekron. Me.— Prince. 11 State 

Hebron. Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 

Hebron, X. IE— U. S. A Can. 10 Court sq. 

HebronvilU— E r!e Ex Co. 98 Wash. 

Henniker, N'. H.— V. S. A Can. 40 Ct- sq. 

Henniker, X. H.— Hill * Co. 8 Court sq. 

Hermon, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

jfjglwtite, Vl.— U. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 

lli'nsboro', X. H.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 

Hinestmrg, Vt.— U. S A Can. 39 Court sq. 

Hinghain— Cushinsr, 3 Wash. 

llinLh:un — llersey, 40 Elm 

Bihabarj— Kennerson, 8 Court «quare 

Hinsdale— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wash. 

Hinsdale, X. IE— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 

Hinsdale, X. IE— Am. Mer. Un. 94 Wash. 

Hiram, Me.— Prince. 11 State 

HFarn— Ei-tern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Hodgdeu, .Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Holden -Leonard, 9«. Wash. 

(fclderaess, X. IE— U. S. & Can. 40 Ct sq. 

Holland— Am. Mercn. Un. 94 Washington 

Holland— Earle Ex Co. 98 Wash. 

Holiaud, Vl.— U. 3. A Can. 40 Court sq. 

Mollis, 'X. IL— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 

llollis, Me.— Eotern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Sollis, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

Hoiiistoa— Leonard, 98 Washington 

Hollistod — Johnson, 3 Wash. 

Holmes Hole— ILtch A Co. 34 Ct sq. 

Holmes Hole— Paulding, 11 State 

Hulyoke— American Men h. Un. 9-; Wash. 

Hooksctt, X. U.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct sq. 

Hope, Ms!.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Hopedale— Tilden, 34 Court square 

Hopevihe. Ct.— Leonard, US Wash. 

Hopkin ton— Leonard, 9» Wash. 

Hopkh.tou. N. H.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 

Hotchkissville. Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. •_* Ct. 

RotchkissvUle, Ct.— Earte Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 

Houltou, Me.— Cluik A Davis, 5 Congress 
square 

Houltou, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

BWtlton, Me.— Brown * Brodburv, 8 Ct. sq. 

B®usatonic— Am. Mereh. Un. 94"Wash. 

Howard. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

HosvUnd, Me. — Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Ilubbard-'on— Leoa*rd, 9s Wash. 

Hubburdston. Vt,— U. S. & Can. 39 Ct. sq. 

mahoii, X.Y.-Am, Meich. Lin. 94 Wash. 

Humphrey sville.LC— Adams Ex. Co. 2ft Cr. 

HumplireysviUe, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 98 
Wwh 

Hjmtington— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 91 Wash. 

luntiiigton, Vt.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct. so. 

SydeparK, Vt—U. S. A Can. 4" Ct. sq. * 

Hyde Park— Wttherbee A Co. 8 Ct. sq. 

Hyde Park— Crum met, 3-1 Court square 

Indianapolis, Ind.— Adams Ex. Co. o* Ct. 
Indianapolis. Ind.—Harnden. 1^4 Wash. 
Indianapolis. Ind.-A. M.L'n. Ex. m Wash. 
Indian Oi hard— A. M. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Mldustry, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. ol Devon. 
Industry, Me.— Prince, II State 
(ps*irn— Move* A Wilcoiub, 10 Court sq. 
Ira, Vi.-U. S. A Can. 39 Court square 

rartmrj. \t.—U. S. A Can. 41) Court sq. 
|»nd Falls. Me.— Clark A Davis, 5 Con- 

gre»s square 
Island Pui.d, Vt.— Prince. 11 State 
Wand Pond, Vt.— East, Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
lite of Snoals. X. H.— Laws, 5 Congress sq . 

se L« .M„ue, Vt-U. S. A Can.4<) Ct. .q. 
jHesboro*. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Ithaca, X. Y.-A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

feckson, Mc-East. Ex. Co. 51 -Devonshire 
fMkson, X. H.-Prince,41 State 
Wckson, N. U .-(.'snufv A Co. 32 Ct.so. 
Jackson, N. H.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Jackson, X. H.— Mies A Co. 33 Court square 
facMon, \. H.-Badey. 10 Court .quure 
«ekscnvil!e. Vt-U. S. A Can. .-.> Court sq. 
irtrey, N H.-Morill A Co. :K Court sq. 
Jeffrey. XH.-U.S A Can. -J Court sq! 
fmaiea Vt-U. S. A Cai...S9 Court sq. 
Clliuw. PI,,: -Carter, M Court square 
l-nnu.ca Plmn-Champion, 5 Coniresa sq. 
Jamaica l'l du-F. E. White, ;:4 ( ourt so. 
K , M t ~ l r: S '* Can. 40 Court s« t uare H 
Jjy, Me.-Et»tern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
. - • Me.— J rince, 11 State 
"ffenwn, Me.-Prince, U State 
Jelir.oa, Me.-E*atern Ex. Co. 61 Devou. 



I Jefferson X IE-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
i Jetferaon, X. H.— Prince, II State 
1 Jefferson, X. H.— U S. v Can. 4" Court iq. 
; Jefferson ville, Vt.— D. S. A Can 411 Ct eq. 
[ Jencksville— Am. Merch Un. 94 Wa-.li. 
. Jericho, Vt.— U. S. A Can. *> Ct. sq. 
Jewett Citv. Ct— Leonard, 98 Wash. 
| Ji-Wett City, C'.— Adams Ex. Co. js Court 
, Johoson, vt— U. S. & Can. 40 Court >u. 
; Johnston. H. [.—Earle Ex. Co. 9H VVaah. 
: Joueshoro', Me.— East. Ex. Co, 41 Devon, 
! Jonesp ixt, Me.— Ea-t. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
i Joiiesville, Vt.— U. S. A Car;. 40 Court sq. 
i Joppa Viliage-^Sampson, 5 Congress sq. 

Katahdin Iron Works, Me.— Eastern Ex- 
press Co. 51 Devonshii-e 
I Keene, X. II.— Am. Me.-ch. Un. 'M Wash. 

Keene, X. IL— U. S. A Can. :',',) Court sq. 

Keesville, X. V.— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 

Keith's Station— R. B. Kinsley A Co. 40 
Court 

Kenuuskeair. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Kennebec, Me.— Prince, II State 

Kennebec. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
i Kennehunk, Me. — Laws, 5 Congress sq. 

Kennebunk, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
j Kensington, X. II— Odlin,33 Court eq. 
I Kensington, X. II. — Perkins, rt Court sq. 
j Kensington, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
I Kensington. Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
j Kilkenny, X. IL — U. "S. A Can. 40 Cl sq 
; Kiliuslv, Ct— Leonard, 9S Wash. 
I Kinderhook— A. M. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 

Kineo, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
I Kingsbury, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Kingsbury, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
1 King leld, Me.— Prince. 11 State 

Kinsrrield, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
1 Ktnaston, C. W.— Am. Mer. Un. 94 Wash. 
I Kingston— Brooks, 34 Court sq. 
1 Kingston, X: H.— Perkins, 8 Court sq. 

Kingston, >.. H.— (Mii.i ACo.:« Court eq 
I Kingston, R. I.— Am. Men-h- Un. 94 Wash. 
j Kirby, Vt— U. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 
! Kitrery, Me.— Laws, 5 Congress sq. 
I Kittery Pt, Me.— J ackson A Co. 32 Ct. sq. 
j Kittery, Me.— Jackson A Co. 32 Court sq. 

i Laconia, X. H.— 17. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 
j La Grunge, Me.— East, rx, Co. 51 Devon. 
; Luke Village, X. IE— U- S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 

Lancaster— U. S. A Can. :«* Court sq. 
I Lancaster, X. H.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
j Lancaster, X.H.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devou. 
, Lancaster, X. IL— Prince. 11 State 
I Uandaff, X. IT.— U. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 

• Landhgrove, Vt— U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 
, Lanesboro'— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wash. 

j Lanesville— Page, 3j Court sq. 

Lanesville— Currier A Co. 5 Congress sq. 
I Lanesville — Presaons, 34 Court square 
1 Lanesville— SheDurd E., Court >q. 
: Langdoo, X II.— U. S. A Can. :?.< Court sq. 
: Lawrence— George A Co. 32 Court sq. 
j Lawrence— Cooper, 10 Court sq. 

Lawrence — Saunders, 5 Congress sq. 
i Lebanon, Me.— Cannev A Co. 32 Court sq, 
: Lebanon, Me.- Bagley. Pi Court sq. 
' Lebanon Cen„ Me— Baeley, lo Court sq. 
; Lebanon. X. II -U. S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
I Lee— American Merch. Union, 94 Wash. 
! Ere, X H -Murray, 10 Court sq. 
! Lee, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
j Leicester-Leonard, 98 Wash. 
i Leicester, Vt— U. S A Can. 39 Court sq. 
! Leumimon, Vt— t*. S. A Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
i Dempster, X\ IL— U. S. A Can. 39 Couit sq. 
i Lenox— Am. Merch. Union. 94 Wash. 
', Leominster— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 
I Letter B. Me.— East. Ex. Co 51 Devonshire 
i Levant, Me.— E st. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
I Leverett— U. S. A Con. 39 Court sq. 
! Lexviston, Mc.— Durgin,8 Court square 
i Lewiston, Me.— People's, 8 Court square 
'. I.e-^-iston, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co 51 Devon. 

Lewiston Falls, Me.— Prince, 1 1 State 

Lexington— Corey, 5 Congress sq. 
' Lexington— Dow, S Court sq. 
: Leyden— U. S X Can. 39 Court sq. 
; I iberiv. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Limerick, Me— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devuu. 
: Limerick. Me.— Prince, 11 State 
I Limerick, Me.— Canney A Co.32 Court eq. 

• Limerick, Me.— Barley, lOCourtsq. 
; Ltinington, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

i Limiiu'ton, Me.— East Ex Co. 51 Devon. 
! Lincoln— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 
I Lincoln, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
i Lincoln, Vt— 1 . S. S Can. 39 Court sq. 
: Lincoln. X. LI.— U. S. A Can. 4') Cart gq. 

Lmnru', Me.— Brown* Bradburj',8Ct>q. 
1 Linneus, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 l>evmi. 

I/mneus, Me — Clark A Uavis, 5 Court sq. 
; Lisbon, X. 11. -I'. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 

LUbon, Ct-l.aile Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
' Litclifleld, Ct— Vdttins Ex. Co. 2« Court 
i LitchSeld, X. IE— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct.sq. 

Litehtield, Ct— Leonard, 9S Wash. 
! Little V.dls. X. V.— Am. Mer. I n. Ex. Co. 
; 94 Washington 

; Little River Falls, Me.— Bagley, 10 Court sq. 
. Littleton— U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 



Littleton, N. IL— XT. 3. A Can. *i> Court »q. 
Littleton, Me.— Clark A D-.vin ,1 1 iq 

Littieu.n. Me.— Eutern Kx. c •.. .1 IK •■■ ■ -. 

Llvermopt, Me.-Ea«t Ex. Co.fll I <■■ 

L vermore Fails, Me.— East Ex. Co. .11 

Devonshire 
Livermore Falls— Prince. II State 
Locke's Wills, Me— East F.v Co 01 I)ev..a. 
Locke's Mills, Me.— Prince, 11 - 
Eon luitderry, \"t.-l' 8. kCnn 39 Ct «q 
Eondoude rv, X. 11.— Hill It (..•>.- '- ■;. 
Long Mand, Me.-East Kx Co. .51 Devon. 
Loiigmea low— kdami Ex. ifl Curt 
Longineado*— Am. Mi r.l',>. Ex. 9i Wash. 
Longwood— Trowbridge, .34 Court iq. 
Eons.iale. R. I.— vn. Merch. Cn. 94 Wjish. 
Loud >n. X. EL— U. S <c Call. 4" C'nirt iq 
Louisville, Ky.— A lams Ex. Co. 28 C >urt 
LoumviHe, Ky.— A. M. U. Ex. t 0. W Wa»h. 
Ijouisvilie, Ky.— Hmnilen.'.M VTuh, 
Loilisvi e. K v.— Kinsi.-v A C". 4' Court 
Lovt-U, M.._Et-te-n Ex. Co. 51 DevoO. 

Lovell, Me.— Prince, li State 
Lowell— Sargent .* Co. * Court sq. 
Lowell— Tuck. 5 Congress *<). 

Lowell— B. A L. R. R. t'.x. ■■■■■ Court -q. 

Lowell, Vt— U. 8. a Can. 40 Court sq. 
Lubec, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. ,51 Devon. 
Ludlow— Am. Mer. Union. 94 'Wash. 
Ludlow, Vt— U. S. A Can. :£» Court sq. 
Lum.'ibur;;— U. S. A Can. Stl Com t - {. 
Lunenburg, Vt— U. S. & Can. 10 ( t sq. 
Lyman, X. H— U. S.A Can. 10 C urt sq 
Lyme. X. IE— U. S A Can. 40 Court sq. 
Lyme. Ct— Am. M-r. Ui-ion. »•• Wash. 
Lyndeboro', X.H.— X. A L. R. R. Ex. 33 Ct 

square 
Lyndon. Vt— U. S. A Can. 40 Court sq. 
Lynn— Wooley, 23 Clinton 
Lynn— Ma?lathlin, 34 Couit sq. 
Lyn n— Mansfield A Chase, 23 Clinton 
Lynn— Bieed * Co.36 Court ^q. 
L>. nn — Hilton A Sons. 5 Congress square 
Uy un— Pratt A Babb. -U Court sq.A d t uiton 
Lynn— Smith. 1 Fulton 
Lynn— Jenkins, 8 Court sq. 
Lynnfield— Townsend, 3a Court square 
Lynnrield Centre— Pickett, 5 Congress sq. 

Machias, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Madbury, X. H.— Niies A Co. 33 Court sq. 
Madison, Ct— Am. Mer. Onl n.'.M Wasii. 
Madison. X. H.— Cannev A Co. :t-j Court sq. 
Madison, X. IE— Xiles A Co. 33 Court sq. 
Maidstone, Vt—U. S. A Canda, 40 Court 

square 
M men— Butler. 4 - '. X. Market 
Maiden— Benjamin A Vaugr»n,8 Court sq. 
Maiden— Pierce. 5 Congress square 
Mrtnctictvr, X. IE— Hill A Co. y Court sq. 
Manchester, X. H.— U. S. A Can. 40 Ct sq. 
Manchester— Smith. ".' Court sq. 
Maiicb- ster— Crowcll, 34 Court sq. 
Manchester, Vt — U. S.A Can. •'>:• Court sq. 
Manchester, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. '3H Court 
Manchester, Ct— Earle Ex. Co »S Wash. 
Mansrield — Am. Merch. Union, '.'4 Wash. 
Mansfield— Davenport & Mason, 11 Sr-te 
Mansfield. Ct— Am. Mer. Union. 91 Wash. 
Mansfield. Vt—U. S.A Can. 40 C»urt sq. 
MansviUe, R.1— Am. Mer. Union, 94 Wash. 
Slaple Grove— Arri. Mer. Vn. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Marblehead— Paine, 3 Wash. 
Marion— Pali. din/, 11 State 
Marion, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 De%or.«hire 
Marlboro'— Peters' Berlin A Bolton, 8 Ct. sq. 
Marlboro'— Dart A Co. 34 Court eq. 
Marlboro'— Wheeler A Co. s Court sq", 
Marlboro', X. H.-C. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 
Marlboro', X. H.— Morrill A Co. :>': Court sq. 
Marlboro", Vt—U. S. A Can. 39 C n I sq. 
Ma.low, X. H.-C. S. A Can. 39 Court sq; 
Martov.,X. H.— X. AL. R. R. Ex. 33 Court 

Mar^hneld— Hatch, 40 Elm 
Marsiiti.dd, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Marshfield, Vt—U. S. A Ca 1. +> Court nq. 
Mars Hill, Me.— Clark A Davis, 5 Congress 

Mars Hi I, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Murtinsburz— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 

Masardis, Me.— Clark A Davis, 5 Cor-, sq. 

Mason Vii!.. X. FL— Morrill A Co. "-'. t '. sq. 

Masonvillc. Ct— Leonard. 98 Wash. 

M ttttpan— C. E. Whsll, .5 Congress, sq. 

Mattapan— Wetherbec A Co. 8 Court sq. 
I Marapoisett— Pauidimr, 11 State 

M-ntawamkea-i. Me.— E. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Maxrleld, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
! Msyritdd, Mc.— East Ex. Co 51 Devon. 
i Mavfield, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
; M-ludoes Eallu, Vt—U. S. A Can. W 

' m' ""uic'r'^'s, Me.-R. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
1 . echainc Falls, Me.— Peoples, 10 Courtaq. 
I Si-, hanic Fniw, Me.— Prince. 11 ^mie 
' M ddv bem tw. Me— E. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
! M 'dtu : I— Parker, 'M Court sq. 
; M irlehl— Am .Merch. Union, 94 Wash. 
I M dfonl— Day A Lewis, 5 Conerres* sq. 
I M..,it',ird— Edgerlv, 31 .North Market 
j Medford— E. C. Holmes, S Court sq. 
j Medford— Fainter, 00 Court »q. 



EXPRESSES. 



656a 



»i*itoiti. Me—Eastern Ex, Co. 31 Devon. 
R3waT-Marston. 5 Congreaa »q. 
Ewtf-Am. Merch. Union, M Wa,h. 

Me<.w»J _ .tr^k 



-5 Wash. 



-Buel,3t> Court sq. 
Villaee— Niles & Co- 33 Courtsq. 
Mer.Un. 24 Waahu 



Union. 04 Wash- 



K-lfiMC — F.istma 

>J,lro»c-J- W. Buttrick,5 Congress sq 

Itelroif— ; 

MimP^TeDn—Am. 

BJJdoa— Leonard, W V* ashing ton 

Msodon. Vt- LI. S. A Can. * Court sq. 

| ■ ._ Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Uovi.n, 
vi^rrfr Me.— Prince, 11 state 
tRSd«.X.a-U. S.iCan. 40 Court sq. 
M^riden. Ct— Adams Ex. Co. -Sb Court 

d« Ct-Am. Mer. Union JH 
Ktndea Ct-Earle Ex.Co.9SW 
Meredith. N. H— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Merrimack. N. H.— U. S.& Can.40 Ct. so.. 
sK-iier s Crossing, it"- H.-Hill & Co. 3 

Coart square 
Mdhuen—Keavitt 5 Confess sq. 
>Mhuen— George & Co. 3:! Court sq. 
M'thuen— tliJI & Co. 8 Court sq. 
Mexico, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
MeiiCO, Me.— Prince, 1 I State 
Viddleboro'— Shaw & Co. 11 State 
M.d.lleboro 1 — K.B. Kinsley, 11 State 
Mdiilebury, Vt— U. U. & Can. 30 Court sq. 
Mid I! ibury, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 23 Court 
Middiebury, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 'do Wash. 
Mi-lrtleneld— Am. Merch. Union, 91 Wash. 
Middlesex, Vt—U. S. & Can. 40 court sq. 
Middlesex, Vr.— Cheney i: Co. 40 Ct. sq. 
Middteton— Barker, 34 Court sq. 
Middleton— Saunders, 5 Congress sq. 
Middleton, N. il.— Mies & Co. 33 Court sq. 
Middleton. N. II.— Bagley, PI Court sq. 
Mid lleton Cor. N. H.— Bagley, l>) Ct. sq. 
Middletown, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co.i.n Court 
Middletown, Vt, Earie Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Milan, N. H— Prince, II State 
Miiford— Leonard, 03 Washington 
Milford, Ct.- Adams Ex. Co., 28 Court 
J'Utord, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co., 03 Wash. 
Miiwrd, Ct— Am. Mwch. Union. 04 Wash. 
Muford, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
SHPord, N. H.- N. & L. R- R. Ex. 33 Court 

iuuare 
Mlllbndge, Me.-East Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 
Millbury— Am. Merch. Union, 04 Wash. 
Mill Yillaga, Vt.— U. S. k Can. 40 Ct sq. 

Millvffle— Atn. Merch. Union, 94 Wish. 

M : \ Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Miltoa— Wha!l,5 Coneress sa. 

Hilton, Ct,— Earle Ex". Co., 03 Wash. 

Milton, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co- 38 Court 

Milton IliU-Rodzers, 33 South Market 

MiltoaL. Mills— Deane. 37 S. Market 

Mihou Mil!-.. N. H.-Bactley, 10 Court sq. 

iliitm Mills, N. II.— Nile* i Co. 33 Court. 
■quote 

Milton, N. n.— Badev, 10 Court sq. 

Milton, N. H—Niles a: Co. S3 Court sq. 

Milton, N. H.— Canney « Co., 32 Court sq. 

Miltoa'aPlant— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Milton, Yt.-U. S. & Can. 40 Court s i. 

}lil«aakee,VVis.— A. M.U. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

"iramichi, N.B — East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Mmot, Me.-Prince. 11 State 

5'Inot, Ale.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

M -bile. Ala— Harnden k Co. OS W u «h. 

k '- l»< gan, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

i'onltton. Vt.— U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 

Moamputh, Me.— East. Ex. Co., 51 Devon. 
■■ •.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

« nmouth, .Me.— Prince, 11 State 

Maiuon— Am. Merch. Union. 04 Wash. 

« )MOn. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 



| Mt Tabor, Vt.-U. 3. A Cun. 39 Court sq. 
| Mi Vernon. Mi-.— Ken. ft B 8 Cong. »q. 
j Mt. Vernon, Me.— Prince, ii State 

Mt Vernen, M< —East, Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
| Mt Vernon, N. II.— N". & L. It K. Ex. 33 
Court square 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y. -Adorns Ex. Co. 28 Ct 

Mt Washington— Am. Mer. Cn.Dl Wash. 

Munsonville— -Morrill & Co. 33 Court sq. 

Myricks— ft, B. KinsU-y.40 Court 
I MyrickaviUe— Hatch k Co. 3* Court «q. 

Mystic River— Am. Mer. Union, 94 Wu=h. 

Nuhant— Johnson, 10 Court sq. 

Nahant— Hilton, 5 Congress sq. 

Nantasket— Beai.l] State 

Nantucket— Withereil & Co. 34 Court sq. 

Naples— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
| Naples, Me.-Prince, ll State 

Nashua, N. IT.— Sargent & Co. 10 Court sq. 

Nashua, N. H.—U. S. & Cun. 39 Court s.j. 

Nashua, N. EI.— N. & L. It R. Ex.33 Ct. *;. 
I Natick— Xeonard,96 Wash. 

Natic.k— ilowe & Co. 5 Congress so. 
I Naugatuek, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. Ji Wash. 
j Naugatuek, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 33 Court 
! Naubhon— Patch & Co. S4 Court square 
! Navy Sard -Burnett, &2 Wash. 

Needham— E. J. Eaton, 3 Washington, and 
34 Court square 

Needham— J-jrte--, 5 Consrres* sq, 

Kelson, N. ti.— Morrill i- Co. 33 Court sq. 

Neponset— O. F. Pierce, 12 Cornhill 

Neponsei— Whall, 5 Congress sq. 

Neponset— lhratt i^ Co. 3 Was'iinston 

N. E. Village — Leonard, 98 Wash. 

Newark, Vt".— U. S. Ss Can. 40 Court sq. 

New Ashfu.-d— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wash, 
j New Bedford— Hatch & Co. 34 Ct sq. 

New Reritord— Paulding, 11 State 

New Boston, Ct— Earie" Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 

New Bo»tan, Ct. — Leonard Ex. Co.98 Wash. 

New Boston, N. EL— Morrill k Co. 33 Ct. sq. 
I New Boston, N. H.—U. 5. & Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
i New Boston— Hill <x Co, S Court sq. 
I New Braintree— Am. Merch. Cn.94 Wash. ! 
I New Britain, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
j New Britain, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. I 
j Newbury, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon, j 

Newbury— Conant, 54 Brattle 

Newbury, Vt— U. S.i: Can. 40 Court -sq. 

Newburyport— Gillett & Co. 33 Court sq. 

New bury port— Shaw, 10 C'ourt sq. 

New bun port— Lovett, 5 CongreBS sq. 

N'» ■* castle, Me.— Prince, II State 

Newcastle. Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Newcastle, N. B-— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. ] 

Newcastle, N. 11.— Laws,.'. Conaress sq. 

New Concord— Atn. Merch. Un. 94 Wash, 

New Durham, N. H.— Nile*, &. Co.r« Ct sq. J 



Durham, N. H.— Bogley, 10 Court sq. 
fine, T >'t.— I.'. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 
rielil, Me. — NilesA Co. 3.5 Court sq. 
field, Me.T-Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
B>1«1, Mt.— Cuiin- ,-y & Co. 32 Court sq. 
field, Me.— Bosky, lu Court sq. 
Beld it-.— i'.- ce,l] State 
field Cor., Me.— Bagley, lo Court sq. 
i jester, Me.— E.ist. Ex. Co. 51 

Gloucester, Me— Prince, 1 1 State 
Hampton, N. H.—U. S. &. Can. 40 Ct. 



Ma 



iiague-U. S. is. Can. :>,' Cou 



wasn. 
Wash. 



-An-.. Merch. Union, 9t 
■Joutgomery— Am. Mer. Union, 

ery, Vt.— U. S. & Can. Co-art sq. 
NonnceUo, Me.-Clark x. Davis,5 C-n h 'rei 
"4-are 

BlJo, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 



ress 



el; i/U-l S. & Ca^, 4UCouri. sq 
"intreal, c. E.-U. S. i Can. 33 and iv 

larttquace 
" ttlviile, Ci.-Arn. Mer. Union, 94 Wash 
?J«tvl!te, Me.-East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
., m, L , t.-Adams Ex. Co. •> Court 

■oaue, Cl— Eurle Ex. Co. 9s W - •'- 



"0»up, Ct-Adams Ex. C< 
wup, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. vo W 



" 



I * ■: 



own, Vt— U.S. 4 Can. 40 Court sq. 
r.-u.-. Vt.- Prince, 11 State 
I '•"V'w l ~ 1 '- S - & <Jaa - * J Court «q. 
« -ml, Me-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon /nire 
/'■"town, N. v._tj. S . i Caa ay c , urt 

,"".:own, Vt-U. S. & Can. 40 Ct. sq. 

»w, Me.-Prince, 11 State 
V !?,'*•. s ^— l-^st Ex. Co. 5! Devonshire 
• ■ '•s..nboro , l .N. U.-Niies & Co. 
•quare 

I'inboro', N. 11. 

^burn-Harriion, 5 Court so. 
h «rmel Ct-Earle Ex. Co. M Wash. 
^'•Urmel CL-AcLm, Ex. Co. aj Court 
vY c,er , t . Me—East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

u ; IJoUy, ^ t-U. S. & Can. TJ Court so. 
■Jant-Sowle, lo»J Water 






««.b2 



! N Haven, Ct.— A Jam- Ex. Co. 28 Court 

' N. Haven, Ct— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wa»h. 

New Haven, Vt.— U. 5. £ Can. 39 Courtsq. 

Newir.gton, N. Ll. — Laws, C Congress su.. 

New ington, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 24 Court 

Newington, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. W Wash. 

Ne*jngton,M H.— i i :kson,& <>. 32 Ct.sq. 

New Ipswjch^i. II. — Morrill & Co. 33 Ct sq. 

New Lrbanoii.Ct.— Am. M.r.Un. WWaVn. 

I New Lebanon, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 9S Wash. 

New Lebanon, N. Y.-Aiu. Mer. V\\. Ex. 

j Co. 94 Wash. [Congress 

I N.>w Limerick, Me.— Clarke k Davis, 5 

! New Lim rick, Me.—Easf. Ex. Co. 51 Dev. 

j New London, Cl.— Am. Mer; Un. 'J4 Wash. 

New London, N. IE— U. 9, i Can. 40 Ct 

square 
Newmarket, N. H.— Murray, 10 Court sq. 
I New Marlboro— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wash. 
j New Orleans, La.— Adutna ^.x. Co. 2>i Court 
j Sew o ; ans, l-a. — Kinsit v Si Co. 11 State 
New Orleans, La.— Hairndeo, !*> Wash. 
Newport-CrdMeU, 34 Courtsq. 
I Ni »port, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
^ Se + port N. H.— U". S. k <- an, SI) Court sq. 
: Newport, K. I.— It It Kinsley, 11 state 
j Newport, Vt.— C. S. Sc Can- 40 Court sq. 
I New Portland— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
i New Kocheile, N. Y.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 
i Court. [Washv 

13 Court j New Kocheile. N.Y.— A. M. Un. Ex. Co. !>4 
[.square > New Sal> m— U. S.k. Can. 3'J Courtsq. 
U.S.* Can.S'J Ct | N^w Sharon, Me.— K.& B Ex.5 ConR.sq. 
New Baoreham, H. I.-K. B. KinsieY,4« Ct 
Newton Centre— Am. Merch. Un. 04 Wash. 
Newton Centre — Bragg, i Court square 
Newton Centre— Dunk-/ & Co. 34 Court sq 
Ne* ani Corner— A. B. Taintcr,.'«l Court »(<. 
Newton Corner— Barrett, 3 Wash. 
Newton Comer— Demond, 8 Court squrue 



Newton Corner— D Do*-, 5 ConcT»«* sq. 

Newton Corner— Emerson ^ Co i Ct -u 

Newton Corner- 1 trie !:». Co. 9rt Wa.h. 

Newton CornT— Uuril.'J») Court in. 

N'ewton L. Falls— Jones, 42 Wuter 

Newton L. Palis — \m. M.-r. Un. H Wuh. 

Newton L. Falls- li rwa It Co. 5 Con^. so. 

Newton L. Falls-Mcintosh, 3 Wash. 

Newton Up. Fall — I - ,, mj. 

Newton !;> Falls— E J Eaton, 34 Courtsq. 

Newton Up. Fall — Bragft, 51 ' 

Newton I p. Falls - Am. Mer. Un.:* Wash. 

Newtouvillo— Barrett, 3 Was! 

S :w Worccsti r— Lei ird, 98 Wa-ih. 

New York— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 

New York— H irnd ... « Wash. 

New York— Kinsley & Co. 11 State 

New York— A. M< r. Un. Ex. Co. 94 w M h. 

Nicaton; Me.— East Ex. Co. 5' Devnr..,r; ir e 

Noank, Ct.— Am. VI* rch. Un. 94 Wash. 

Nobleboro', Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Norfolk, Va.— Adams Ex. Co. 2ft Court 

Norfolk, V«w— Kinsley * Co. 40 Court 

Norfolk, Va.-Hin: !',■:•. r > W nsh. 

Norridgewock, Me*— E. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Norridsewock, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

No. Abington— EandaU.3 Wash. 

N. Adams— Am.Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 

N. Andover— Abbott, 10 CoUrtsq. 

No. Andover— Hodzes, 34 Couit square 

N. Andover— Saunders. 5 Cor.cr^^j ^.;. 

No. Anson, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

No. Anson, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

N. Ashford, Ct— Am. Mer. Un. 04 Wash. 

No. Rarn^ed, N. H — Niles & Co. 33 C:. »q 

No. Iseekct— Am. Mer. Union, 04 Wa3h. 

No. Beliitu-ham— A'.t. M--r. Un. 04 'Wash 

No. Berwick, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

No. Beverly— Dodge, 3 Wash. 

No. Billerica— B. & l. R. B. Ex. S3 Ct sq. 

Northboro'— U. S. & Can. 40 Courtsq. 

No. Braintree — Baker, 5 Co;i?re-is sq. 

Nortfabridge— Earle Ex. Co. &8 Wash. 

N. Bridgewater— Hancock, 3 Wash. 

N. Bridgewater— J oalyn, 8 Courtsq. 

No. Cambridge— Conant, 54 Brattle 

No. Cambriilse — OrirTiu, 5 Congress sq. 

No. Cambridge— Bancrofts Wash. 

N\>. Cambridge— Hai es, 32 Court square 

No. Carver— K. li. Kinsley, 11 State 

No. Chelmsford— N. & L'. R. R. Ex. 33 Ct 

square 
No. Chelsea— Kimball, 50 Friend 
No. C ne it-en— Hatting, 34 Merchants ro->r 
No. Conway, N. H. — U. S. & Can. 40 

Courtsq. 
No. Conway, N. H.— Cauney & Co. -X 

Courtsq. 
No. Conway, N. H.— Niles k Co. 33 Cr. «n 
No. Conway, N. H.— Bagley, 10 Court sq". 
No. Duxbury— Alden.5 Congress sq. 
No. Enston— Biliirsrs. 5 Congress square 
No. EastOH— Old Co!. Ex. Co. 34 Court an. 
No. Easton— White, 5 Cons, sq . 
North rield— U. r 3 . & Can. 39 Courtsq. 
Northtield,Vt.-U. S..tCah.40 Courtsq. 
NorthtieId,N.H.— U. S.&Can. 40 Ct sq. 
Northfield. Me.— East, Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
N irth Hadley— Am. Merch. In. 9-1 Wash. 
Northampton— Am. Merch. Un. 94 Wash. 
No. Hampton, N. H.— Laws, -.5 Coneress «q. 
No. Haven. Me.-East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
No. Hero. Vt.— U. S. & Can. 4-" Cor: sq. 
North Leverett— U. S. « C-in. r\.< Court sq. 
No. Lj ndeboro*, N. H.-N. k L. K. ii. i..s. 

53 Court sq. 
No. Marshfield— Foster, 40 Eli i 
No.-Oxford— Leonard & Co '■'■■ Wash. 

N. Parsonsiield, Me.— Prince, li State 

N. Parsonsiield, Me.— Canney i. Co. 40 Ct 
squure 

N. yuincy— Bowtlitch t Co.34 Court sq. 

N. Reading— 1 lint. 5 Congress si|. 
I N Sandwich— Witherelt & Co. 34 ConrtM. 
■ N. Scitunte— Uuut.4 • El n 
i Northumberland, N. H, — East. Ex. Co. .TL 

Devonshire 
i Northnmberland, N.H.— Prir.ce.ll State 
I North vil I e— Leonard, 9-S Wash. 

N. WttketioPtN.IL— Niles & Co. 3.3 Ct tq 
j N. Wtkt-ncl.l, N. II. — Canney k Co. 3.' 
! Court sq. 
I N . Weare, N. H.—U. S. & Can. 4"< Court so. 

N. Wea.-e, N. H.— Hill & Co 9 Courtsq * 

N. ^ ebster— Leonard, tW Wash. 

N. Wet mouth— P.i,-tcoell, ". Wash. 

N Wolfb, rough,N. IL— Canney .& Co. 32 

Court «q. 

N. Wolt oorougli, N. H.— Niles, & Co. 83 

Court sn. 
Northwood.N.H.— U.S.S Can. 40 Ct. jg. 
North wood, N. H.— Murray, 10 Court sci. 
N. Wren tham— Earle ! .<..', Waah. 
N rton— Davenport ft Mason, 11 state 
Norwuik, Cu— Aa.-in.s Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Norwalk, Ct.— A. M.L'n. Ex. Co. 0} W 8 ,h. 
N'brv ay, Mev-East Ex. Co, '.{ Devonsl ira 
Norway, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
N rwich, Ct— Leonard. 9ti Wash 
Norwieh, Ct — Adams Ex. Co. 2H C<>urt 
Norwich, Vt.— I', S.& Can. 40 Court iq. 
Nottingham, N. ft— Murray, 10 Court sq. 
Nova tjcotia — Eait. Ex. Co. 5! Devon* hire. 



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Oak dale— US. ft Can. 39 Court iq. 
Oakham— L'onnrd,9>: \Vj*a. 
Oakland. R. L— Eirle Ex. fr.MWajh. 
Old Town, .Mo.— E -tern It. Co. 51 Devon. 
Onoco, Ct.— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Orange— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
Orange, Vt.— U. 9. ft Can. 40 Coirrt sq. 
Orange, N. KL— U. 8. ft Can. <() Court sq. 
Orf'ord, N\ H— U. S. ft Can. to Court sq. 
Orient Me— Clark A Davis, jConsresssq. 
Oriskanv. MY—A M.U. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Orland.'Me.-- E.i-t. Ex. Co. 61 Devonshire 
Onieville, M<:.— Ecstern Ex. Co. .'1 1 evon. 
Orono, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Orweil Vt.— U. S. & Can. 39 Court sq. 
Ossipee, \. H.— Baglev, 10 Court sq. 
Ossipee, N. H.— Canney ft Co. 32 Court sq. 
Ossipee, N". H— Niles * Co, 3.1 Court eq. 
Oswego, N.Y.— A. M. L'n. Ex. Co 94 Wash. 
Otis— American Merch. Union, 94 Wash. 
Otis, Mo.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Otisfield, Me.— Prince, li State 
Oxford- Leonard. 9S Wash. 
Oxford, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Oxford, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 23 Court 
Oxford, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Oxford, Me.— Prince, 11 State 

Painsvilie. Vt— U. S. & Can. 40 Conrt sq. 
£&termo,:Me— Prince, 11 State 
Palermo, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Palmer— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. [sq. 
Panama, 1st.— Wells, Fargo, & Co. 40 Court 
Pan ton, Vt.— U. 8. & Can. ,7.1 Court sq. 
Paper Mill Village, N. H— U. S. ft Can. 39 
Court square r 33 Courtsq. 

Pap->r Mill Viilase. N.H— N. ft LRU. Ex. 
Paris, France— Atlas Par. Ex. 8 & 10 Ct. sq. | 
Paris, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Parkrnan, Me,— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Parsons tie! 'J, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Parsonsfield, Me.— Niles ft Co. Si Court sq. 
Parsonsfield, Me.— Canney ft Co. 32 Ct. so. 
Parsonsfield, Me.— Prince, U State 
Pascoas, R. I.— Earle Ex. Co.fH Wash. 
Passu mpsic, Vt.— U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Patten, Me.- East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Pau Pali, Mich.— A. M.U. Ex. Co. 04 Wash. 
Paweatuck. R.T.-A. M.U. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Pawlet, Vt—U. S. ft Can. 30 Court sq. ' 
Pawtuekei, R. I,— Earle ft Prew. 10 Ct.sq. 
Pawtucket R. I.— Davis A Co. 5 Cong. sq. 
Prxton— I/eonani, 98 Wash. 
Paxton , Vt.— U. S. A Can. 39 Court sq. 
Peabody— Towusend, 32 Court sq. 
Peabodv— Monroe ft Arnold, 3 Wash. 
Pescedale,R.I— A. M.Un.Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Peacham, Vt— U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
Pelfiam— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Pelham, N. K— Sarzent & Co. 33 Court sq. 
Pembroke— Randall, 3 Wash. 
Pembr ke. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Pembroke, N. H— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct.sq. 
Penobscot, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
PeppertU-U. S. ft Can. CO Court sq. 
Perkinsville, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Curt sq. 
Perry, Me—East Ex. Co. 5! Devonshire 
Peru, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Cmrt scuhre 
Peterborough, N.H— MorrPlft Co-id Ctiq. 
K-^rHhnm-Lconard.wS Wash. 
Phcnix, K.I— A. M. Un. Ex. Co. 9-5 Wash. 
gatladeiphto-Adams Ex. Co. -_.s Court 
Philadelphia— Kinsley ft Co. 11 State 
Phiia.U:.jhia— lU.rr.den.W Wa?h. 
Philups, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Pb.iil.ps, .Me— Prince, 11 State 
gHllipston— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court eq. 
£V;P^urg, Me— East. Ex. Co. .51 Devon. 
gupsburg. Me— Prince, 11 State 
Pjermont.N. £1— U. S. ft Can. 40 Conrt sq. 
Pittsburgh, Pa— A. M.Un Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
fittsburgh, Penn— Hamden.&S Wash. 
Phtsleld-Am. Mer. Union Ex. 94 Wash. 
Pjttstleld, X. H— Niles ft Co. ;--3 Court sq. 
Kttstield, N". H— U. S. ft Can. 40 Conrt sq. 
Pittsrield. Vt-U. 8. ft Cau. 40 Cc art sq. 
Pjttsford, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
PSttston, Me— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
PjtUton, Me— Prince, 11 State 
FjainfieUl-Am. Mer.Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
PUirfleld, Cc— Earle Ex. Co. Its Wash. 
PbinftVld, Ct— Leonard, 9s Wash. 
Phinthld, Cr— Adams Ex. Co. 23 Court 
Ptainfield.N. 11— U.S. ft Can. 40 ct. sq. 
Pfajotield, Vt— U. S.& Can. 40 Court sq. 
gain vi He, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. is Wash. 
Ptaumlle, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Phistow, X. U— Perkins. 8 Court sq. 
RantiviUe.Ct— Adams Ex. C0.2S Court 
HantaviUe. Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 9s Wash. 
Pleasant Val., Ct— Adams Ex. Co. a* Ct. 
Plymouth— Rich * Weston, 5 Congress *q. 
Plymouth— Ku Iter, si Court sq. 
Plymouth, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Plymouth, V. 11. —U. S ft Can. 40 Ct. sq. 
Plymouth, Vt-U. S. ft Can. ' 9 Curt sq. 
Plymouth, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. Od Wash. 
P-ymouta, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. -.a Court 
l .. : ', ".(,....-r., ». v x to. 51 Devonshire 
Pwlaud, Me—Prince, U -etc 
Pomtret, Ct.~Leonard,9M Wash. 
PBBn/et, Ct— Adams Ex. Co -s Court 
Poinhet, Vt-U. 8. * Call. 40 Court tq. 



Port ChesUr.Ct- A. M.U. Ex.Co. 91 Wash. 

Port Che-ter, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 9M W .vi. 

Purt Chester, N. Y,— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Ct 

Porter, Me.— East. E.<. Co. 51 J;evon»hirc 

Porter, Me.— Prince, ll State 

Porter. Me— B igh v, lOCi urtsq. 

Port Kent, X.Y -C. S. 4 Can. 40 Conrt sq. 

Portland, Me— Eastern Ex. Co. Jl Devon. 

Portland, Me.— PeopteV, 8 Court square 

Portland, Me.— Prince. 11 S'ate 

Portland, Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 

1 art] irul, Ct— Earle E <. Co. 98 Waah. 

Port Norfolk— Whall, 5 Congress aq. 
Port Norfi.lk— Pratt,8 Court sq. 

Port Norfolk— IVatt ft Babb, 32 Court sq. 
Pt^rtsm.juth.N.n— Jackson iCo.32Ct, sq. 
Poitsmouth, N. £1.— taws 5 Congress <n. 
Portsmouth, R. [.—Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Post M;!Ls, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Curt <q. 
Potsdam, N.Y.— A. M. U. Ex. Co.9i Wash. 
PouItney.Vt. — U. S ft Can.::.) Court sq. 
Pownal, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
Prescott— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wash. 
Presque Isle.Me— Clark* Davis, 5 Con.sq. 
Preeque Die, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Priue's Crossing— Crowell, 34 Court sq. 
Princeton — C. S. ft Can. 89 Court sq. 
Princeton, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Proctorsville.Vt— U, S. ft Can.. 39 Court sq. 
Prospect, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Providence,?.. 1.— Davis ft Co. 5 Cons. sq. 
Providence, K.I— A. M. L'n. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Providence, K.L— Earle ft Pre w.s Court sq. 
Province town— Smith & Co. 98 Wash. 
Punknpou— Deaae. 37 3. Market 
Purchase, Me— Eastern Ex. Cc. 51 Devon. 
Putnev, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court so. 
Putnam, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Putnam, Ct— Leonard, 96 Wash. 

Quebec, C. E.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Queechy, 'Vt.—U. S. ft Can. 4<J Court sq. 
Quinaboag— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Quinaboag— Leonard, 98 Wash. 
Quincy— Garrity, 3 Wash. 

§uiney— Bowditch.8 Court sq. 
uiney— Hartnev,43 N. Market 
Quincy^Ring,34 South Market 
Quinsigamoud— Leonard, 98 Wash. 

Randolph— C. Esiabrooks, 8 Court square 
Randolph N. H.— Prince, 11 State 
Randolph, N.Et.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Randolph, Vt— U. S. ft Con. 40 Court sq. 
Raymond, Me.. People's Ex. 8 Court sq. 
Raymond, N. H.— U. S. ft Can. 4a Ct, sq. 
Raymond, N. H. — Murray, 10 Court sq. 
Raynbam— Old Col. Ex. Co. 3o Court sq. 
Rny's Crossing— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
Readfield, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Ueadrie'd, Me.— Prince, II state 
Reading— Lane, 8 Court sq. 
Reading— Cummirgs, 3 V, ash. 
Reading, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court eq. 
Rea-dsborous'h, Vr.— U. S. ft Can. 39 Ct. sq. 
Readville— Grant & Co. 54 Brattle 
Reedsville, Ct— Leonafd,98 Wash. 
Reedville— Earle Ex. Co. 9-8 Wash. 
Reedville— Crummett, 34 Court sq. 
Reedville— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. Co; 94 Wash. 
Reedville— Wetherbee ft Co. 8 Court 
Reho both— Davenport & Mason, 11 State 
Richford, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 and 40 Ct. sq. 
Richmond, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Richmond, Me.— Ken. ft B. Ex. 5 Con. sq 
Richmond, Me.— Pnnce. 11 State 
Richmond— Am. Mer. Union Ex.04 \Ya3h. 
Rielmiond, N.B.— Clark ft Davis, 5 Con.sq. 
Richmond, N. H— U S. ft. Can.39Ct sq. 
Richmond, RT— A. M.U. Ex. Co. 94 W ash. 
Richmond, Va.— Kinsley ft Co. 11 Stale 
Richmond, Va— Harnden. 98 Wash. 
Richmond, Va— A lams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
Richmond, Vt—U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Riley, Me— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Rindge, N. 11.— U. S. ft Can. :VJ Courtsq. 
Ripley, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Riptoii, Vt.—U. S. ft Can. 39 Court square 
Riverdak— Page, 32 Court sq. 
Riverside, Cambridge— Pu-n-e, 36 Courtsq. 
Rr-bbinston, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Rochester— Hatch i Co. 33 Court square 
R-uhe.-ter, N. 11.— I'.'i-'lev, 10 Court sq. 
Rochester, N". II— Niles ft Co. 33 Courtsq. 
Rochester, N. U— Canney & Co.S'i Ct sq. 
R. Chester, NY — A. M.U. Ex. Co. 94 Wa.sh. 
Rochester, Vt.— U. S ft Can. A') Court sq. 
Rockabema, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Rockingham, Vt—U. S. ft Can. 39 Ct.sq. 
Rt ckland, Me.- Eastern Ex. Co.5l Devon. 
Rockpoi t— I'.irsoi.s ft Fears, 32 Court sq. 
Rockimrt, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 De\cn. 
Kockvil e— EaTh Ex. Co.vi Wash. 
K, ckville, Ct— Earle Ex.Co. !W Wash. 
Roekvilie, Ct— Vdams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
feockville. Me— Eastern Ex.Co.51 Devon. 
Rocky Hill, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. '28 Court 
Rotlinsfonl.Jf, If— Goodw in, HI Court sq. 
Home, N. Y— A M. Un. Ex. Co. 94 Wujh. 
Itov,e— U. S. ft Can — !9 Court -q. 
Rowley— Gillett & Co. 32 Courtsq. 
Roxhury— Bere,9 Merchants rowandlJO 
Dudky , 



Roxbury-McElray, 24 Faneuil IUUm 
Roxbury— Allen, 3 (. >ngresa »q. 
Roxbury— Mathewd, 8 Courtsq. 
Roxbury— Jennes*, 17 v. Market 
Roxbury— Soule, 196 Water 
Roxbury— Miller, 41 Chatham 
Roxbury— Bartlett, 54 Bratt e 
Rixbury— Bell ft Bailey, 43 N. Market 
Roxhiiry— A. Cook, I" Merchants' H iw 
HOXBORY— DECATUR, 54 Brattle (v*- 

pu-.-e 334) 
Roxbury, Vt.-U. 5-4 Can. lOConrtaq. 
Royalston— U. S ft Can. 39 Courtsq. 
Royulton, Vc-U 9. ft Can. 40 Court *q. 
Ruraford, Me — Prince, II State 
Rumtbrd, Mc.— East, rn Ex. Co. 51 L ,•■■• n 
Rumney, \.H— C. 8. ft Can. 4<) Courtsq. 
Ruperr, Vt.— U. S. ft C'ju. 39 Court iq. 
Russell— Am. Mer. Union Ex 01 W 
Rutland, Vt—U. S. ft Can. 39 Court 1 

Rutland— Leonard, 98 Wash. 

Rye, N T . II.— Jackson ft Co. 32 Courtsq. 

Rye, N. II.— Laws. 5 Congress sq. 

Rvegate, Vt.—U. S- ft Can. 411 Court ^ \. 

Saccarappa, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 

Saccarappa, Me— Prince. 11 State 

Suco, Me.— Ea^teni Ex Co. .51 Devonshire 

Saco, Me.— Prince, ! I state 

Sitci-amento, Cat— Weils, Fargo, & Co. 4t> 
Courtsq. 

Sag Harbor, L. I.— Adams Ex. Co. is Court 

Salem — H. Cook, 5 Congress sq. 

Salem— Simons, 3 Wash. 

Salem— Potter, 8 Courtsq. 

Salem— Merritt ft Co. 15 Merchants row 

Salem— Savory ft Co.^2 Court sq. 

Salem— J. li. Moulton, 25 Merchants row 

Salem, N. H— Hill ft Co. 8 Courtsq. 

Salem, Ct— Am. Merch. Un. Ex. 94 Wash . 

Salem, Vt—U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 

Salisbury — Manson, 32 Court t<q. 

Salisbury— Wells, 5 Congress m. 

Salisbury, N. 11.— U. S. ft Can. V) Courtsq. 

Salisbury, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 39 Courtsq. 

Salmon Falls, N. H— Goodwin ft Co. i> 
Court so. 

Salmon Falls, N.H— Canney ft Co. 32 Court 

square 
Sanbomton. X. H— U. S. ft Can. 4) Ct so- 
Sandgate, Vt—U. S. ft Can. .39 Court 
Siinaisiield— Am. Merch. Un. Ex. 94 Wjih- 
Sandown, N. H— Odlin. 33 Court so. 
Sandusky, O.— Adams Ex. Co. 1:8 Court 
Sandusky,' O.— A. M. U. Ex. Co. &4 Wa»h. 
SuadwicR— Withered ft Co. 34 Court sq. 
Sandwich, N. H.— Niles ft Co. 33 Court sq_ 
Sandwich, N. II.— U. S. ft Can. 40 Ct.sq. 
Sandwich. N. H.— Bagley. 10 Court sq. 
Sanford, Me.— Prince, li State 
Sant'ord, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Sanford, .Mc— Canney ft Co. 32 Court sq. 
Saniord, Me.— Barley, 10 Court sq. 
Sanford Corner, Me— Bagley 8 Courtsq, 
San Francisco, Cat— We. Is, "largo, ft Co- 

40 Courtsq. 
Saratoga, N. V— A. M. U. Ex. Co. 94 Wa^h. 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y— U. S. ft Can. 4) 

Court sou a re 
Sorsrleld, Me— Brown ft Bradbury, 3 Court 

square 
Saugus— Parker, 7 Merchants Row 
SaiiudTsviUc— Leonard, 9b Wash. 
Savin Hal — Whall, 5 Congress sq. 
Savoy— Am. Merch. Union Ex. 94 Wash. 
Saxonville — Leonard, 'JA Wash. 
Saybrook, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. ^S Court 
Scarboro', Me— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Scarboro', Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Schenectady, N. Y— A. M. Uu. Ex. Co. 1H 

Wash. 
Schodaek, N.Y.-A. M.U. Ex. Co. 94 Waslv 
Scituate— Bates, 8 Court s(iuare 
Scltuate— Beat 11 State 
Scituate— Hatch, 40 Elm 
Scituate— Hunt, 40 Elm 
Scituate. RL— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 9-1 Wash. 
Scotland, Ct— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Seabrook, N. II.— Laws, 5 Congress sq. 
Seabrook, N.H— Jackson ft Co. 32 Court sq. 
Seal Harbor, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Searsburg, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court aq. 
Searsmnnt, Me. — Prince, il St.ue 
Searsmont Me.— East. Ex. Co. "1 Devon. 
Searsp >rt. Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Sebago, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Scbaaticook. Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Dei jn. 
Sedgwick, Me— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon 
Seymour, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. 98 Wash. 
S ■'. •; - t, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. -.s Court 
Shuftebury, Vt.— U. S. ft Can. -..0 Courtsq- 
Shaker Vill.— Am. Mer.Un. Ex. S4 VN ■»<:•• 
Shapleizh, Me— Canney ft Co. 32 Court sq- 
Sii i.'le'.-h. Me— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 DeVwii- 
Shapleigh, Mc— Prince, 11 State 
Sharon— Carpenter, 5 Congress square 
Sharon— Am. Merch. Union Ex. W Wash- 
Sharon, Vt—U- S. ft Can. 40 Court «;. 
Sheffield— Am. Merch. Un. Ex.9! Wash. 
Sheffield, Vt— U. S. ft Can. 40 Court sq. 
Shelhurn Falls— U. S. ft Can. 30 Court 1 1 
Shelhurae, N. H— East Ex. Co. 51 D« ' 
Sheiburue, N. IL— Prince, il State 



EXPRESSES. 



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■tvflburne. Vt— U. S. ft Can. 39 Court sq. 
K3non,Vt.-U. S.ft Can. 40 Court squa:e 
K!,|onvilk. Ct-Ear!e Ex. Co. to Wuh. 

E«burne. Vt-U. S. Si Can. SO Court sq. 
HhirK-y— U. 5- * Cnn. "3 Court sq. 
EUuy Me.-Ea*t Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
J,:' reham, Vt— If. 8. & Cnn..» Court sq. 
Shrewsbury— Leonard, to Wash. 
S»bury-U. S. A Can. .-J Court sq. 
tihury.Ct-Eurle Ex. Co. 98 W ?s h. 
. Ct-Adams Ex. Co. 2ts < ourt 
, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
giiuwhegnri, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
(.k..w!ir*an, Mi.-.— Prtn-:e. U Snte 
Siersville, It L-Eark Ex. Co. 08 Wash. 
H mth's Fcrry-A. M. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Bmithfield. R. I.— Earle Ex. Co. to Wash, 
Smyrna, Me.-Clark ft; Davis, 5 Con. »q. 
how's Kails Me.- East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
| .,,., Me.-East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
frimers, Ct— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
briers. Ct— Adams Ex. Co. to Court 
lowers, Ct.-Earle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
Somerset— It B. Kinsley, 40 Court 
Hniaerset, Vt.— C. S. ft Can. .'-(0 Court sq. 
Bomerville— Bancroft, 3 Wash. 
Bemerville— Conant, 5-t Brattle 
Domerville— Griffin, o Congress sq, 
Somervilte— Coverly, 8 Court square 
Somerviile — London, 34 Court sq. 
Boraerville— Tibbets, 54 Brittle 
Somervide, Me.— Ea6t Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
So. Abington— Keene,8 Court square 
So. Abington— Weston,. 'J Wash. 
8o. Alton, N. H.-XWi-* ft Co. 3.3 Court -sq. 
8". Amesbury— Littie, 10 Court sq. 
:<•>. Berwick, Me.— Goodwin ft Co. 10 Ct. sq 
Sj. Berwick, Me.— Canney ft Co. 2- Ct. sq. 
fouthbero' Centre— Dart ft Co. 31 Court sq. 
South Boston— Bird, 54 Brattle 
8a Boston— Finson, 32 Court sq. 
South Bo.-ton— Bowerj.il Riackstooa 
So. Boston— White, 8 Court sq. 
So. Boston— Cou'c, 3 Wash. 
So. Boston-Duv, 4:.: N. Market 
Bo. Boston— McCriliis, 8 Court square 
Bo. Brnintree— Woodsuns, 3 Wash. 
Southbricige— Earle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
So. Canton— Ellis, S Court sq. 
So. Cantor.— Billings. 5 Congress square 
So. Canton— Crummett, 34 Court square 
80. China, Me.— Eastern Ex. Co. 51 De'-'on. 
Bo, Coventry, Ct.— A. M. Un. Ex. 04 Wash. 
So. Dartmouth— Hatch ft Co. 34 Court sq. 
So. Dcnham— Eurle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
80. Dtdham— Unrtsiiorn, 33 So. Market 
So. Dedham— Morse & Cheney, > Ccn?. sq. 
6o.DeerQeld— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 04 Wash. 
80. Dennis— Smith ft Co. 08 Warn. 
80. Esstou-Old Colonv Ex. Co. 3-1 Ct. sq. 
South End— Carky, 5-t" Brattle 
» Eotfe. Ct.— Adams Ex. Co. to Court 
Bo. Fwmlngham— Jenkins, 8 Court sq. 
So. Furmin^hum— Leonard, 33 Wash. 
k.Clastenbury.Ct— EarkEx.Co.toWosh. 
So.Olnstonbury, Ct.— Am. Miixu. Un. Ex. 
94 Washington 
Bo. Hadlcy— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 04 Wash. 
Southampton— Am. Mer. Un. Ex.04 Wash. 
80 H,-,,, Vt.-U. S. ft Can 40 Court iq. 
Bo. Uingham-Garduer, 3 Wash. 
^"itrur, r -:on, Ct-Ad*m» Ex. Co. 28 Ct 
Bouthington, Ct.-Earle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
So. Md.'.jn-B-tler, i,< X. Market 
*°- Maiden- Pierce, 5 Comrress «q. 
JO- Manchester, Ct— Earle Ex.Co.9S Wash. 
K Muton.N. U.-C:>r.ney ft Ca Cti Ct. sq. 
*). Mtlton-Niles & Co. to Court sq. 
*<■ Vitick-Bailey, 5 Congress sq. 
I H Newmarket, N. H.-Murray, 10 Ct so. 
• *'Uthporr, Ct-Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court * 
*«hport, Ct-Aiu. Mer.Un.Ex.04Wash. 
■«. Scituate— Fester, 40 Elm 

vassalboro'-East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Vernon, Vt.-U. S. & Can. 39 Ct sq. 
^ulpole-Picrce.toWash. 
;>• Weymoiith-Cusknjr.-'J Wash. 
's." J ,V?. tt ; ick -A'u. Merch. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
-vvidinrnsto-.vn-A. M. Un. Ex.01 Wash. 
J*. Woliboro'-Niles & Co. 33 Court sq, 
•<ccer-Leonard, to Wash. 
*n«r-Am. Mer. Union Ex. 9-4 Wash. 
,WBordsviHe,Ct.-A. M. Un. Ex. 0-1 Wash. 
gJWSrtJwiUe, Ct-Ear!e Ex. Co. to Wash. 
|J2">rtcM-Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 94 Wash. 
'/"ot!K-d, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
!g , '«g2«M,N.U^.U.S.*Caii.«Ct.*q. 
,, *f ^ ( — U - s - * Can. in) Court sq. 
U-London,34 Court sq. 
»gvae,Mo.-C:inney&Co.3-Conrtsq. 
,. «mnle,Jfe^.B a „u.y.w Court sq. 
;y«.ird, Ct-Am. M--. «>.. Kx.i-4 Wash. 
», Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
•AIOms ,Vt-U. S. & Can. 4<> Court sq. 

""ford- Ct-Adams Kx Co • S Court 

*.N.ll.-Easf.-ni Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
.^•boru', Vt-U. 8. A Can. 3i Court sq. 

' ->"i-V. 8. & Can. SO Court sq. 



Sterling, Ct— Eorle Ex. Co., OS Wash. 
Sterling, Vt— U. S, 6 Can. 10 Court sq. 
St- tson. Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
St: uben, Me.-East. Ex. Co.51 Devonshire 
Stewartrtown, N. II.— Easu Ex. Co. 51 

Devonshire 
St. J./hn, N'.B.-Eastern Ex. Co. 51 D^von. 
St Johnsnury, Vt.-U. S. A- Can. 40 Ct »q. 
St. Louis, Mo.— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
St. Louis, Mo.— A. M. I'll. Kx.Co. :u Wash. 
St. Louis, Mo.— Harndcti, 98 Woth. 

St I is, M 1 .— Kinslej .--. Co. I 1 •■ art 

St-jct.hrid-e— Am. Mt r. Un. Ex. ft Wash. 
Stockbrid^e, Vr.— U. S. Si C in.40 Ct. sq. 
Stockton, Me - Eastern Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Stoddard, N. fcL-Jf.&L. K. It Ex. to Ct 

Stoddanl, N. TL-U. a & Can. 30 Ct. sq. 
Stoneharo— Riehnrdson, 5 Cong, square 
Stonehain— Chandler, 34 Court sq. 
SconinttOji, Ct-— Am. Mer. Un. Dt Wash. 
Stony Creek, Ct— A. M.Un. Ex. :>i Wash. 
Stoujhtou— Crummett, 8 Congress square 
Stoughton— White, 5 Congress square 
Stow— Sawyer, 8 Court square 
Stowe, Vt— U. S. & Canada, 40 Court. sq. 
Strafford-, N. S.— Niks -i Co. 33 Coixrt sq. 
Strafford, Vt—U. S.i Canada, 40 Court sq. 
Stratford, Ct-Adams Ex. Co. to Court 
Stratfordi Ct— Am. Mer. Uo. Ex. 94 Wash. 
Stratford, Ct.-Earle Ex. Cc>. to Wasli. 
Stratford, N. II.— Prince, 11 State 
Stratford, N. II —East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
StrHtharn, N. it— Murray, 10 Court sq. 
Stratharit, N. IE— Perkins, -5 Court sq. 
Strotham, N. H.— Odiin, .to Court sq. 
Stratum, Vt.— U. S.& Canada, 39 Conrtsq. 
Sturhridge— Am. Mer. Union Ex.'H Wash. 
Sudbury— Moore, 8 Court fq. 
Sudbury, Vt.-U. S. Can. :-.<j Court sq. 
SufVkl, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. 28 Court 
SuirUdd, Ct— Am. Mer. Un. Ex. 91 Wash. 
Suffleid, Ct.-Earle Ex. Co. 08 Wa»h. 
Sullivan, Me. — East. Ex. Co.51 Devonshire 
Sumner, Me— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Sumner, Me.— Prince, 11 State 
Sunapeo, N. H.-U. S. & Cm. 40 Court sq, 
Suncook Village, N. H.— U. S. & Canada, 

40 Court square 
Sunderland— Am. Mer. Un . Ex. 04 Wash. 
Sunderland, Vt— U. S. & Can.39 Court so. 
Surry. N. H.-U. S. & Canada, 39 Court sq". 
Surry, Me.— East. Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 
Sutton— Leonard, to Wash. 
Sotton, N. H.-U. S. ic Canada, 40 Court 
Sutton, Vt— IT. S. & Canada, 40 Court sq. 
S w am pscott— Hilton, 5 Congress sq. 
Swtimpscott— Shaw, 34 Court sq. 
Swans Island, Me.— E. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Swansea— Davenport i Mason. 11 State 
Swanton, Vt.-U. S. & Canada, 39 and 40 

Court square 
Swansea, N. H.— U. 3. & Can. 30 Court sq. 
Swarizey, N. H.— A. M. Un. Ex. l J4 Wash. 
swede\i, ile.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devonshire 

Talmad.-e, Me.— East Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Tamwortb, N. II. — Marshall, Si Court so. 
Tamworth. .V. IT.— Faglev, 10 Court sq. 
Tain worth. N. H.— Niks k Co. 33 Court sq. 
Tariffvilk, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
TariUVille, Ct-Adams Ex. Co. to Court 
Taunton — Davenport & Mason, !1 State 
Taunton— Old Colony Ex. Co. 35 Ct. sq. 
Tempk,N. H.-Mornli & Co. to Court sq. 
Templeton— U.S. & Canada, 39 Court sq. 
Terryvilie, Ct— Adams Ex. Co. to Court 
Terryvilie, Ct— Earle Ex. Co. to Wash. 
Tewkfl bury— Sargent k Co. 33 Court sq. 
Tew ksbury— B. * L. It R. 33 Court square 
Thi-tford, Vt.— U. S. & Can. 40 Court sq. 
ITicmastoti, Me.-East. Ex. Co. 51 Devon. 
Thompeon, Ct.— Leonar